Napoleon Hill – Law of Success in Fifteen Lessons Rare 1925 Edition
Law of Success in 15 Lessons published in1925 was the FIRST BOOK Napoleon Hill published.
The original version of The Law of Success was finished by Napoleon Hill in 1925 and released as a limited hand made edition consisting of only 118 copies. Each of these distinctive editions were comprised of 15 booklets and given to many of the most successful businessmen of the day, self-made billionaires, inventors, Presidents, and others who shaped and built modern America; all of whom had contributed to the book’s content. People like John D. Rockefeller, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Alexander Graham Bell and many others. Hill interviewed over 500 of the most successful people of the planet.
It was inspired by the second wealthiest person to ever live, Andrew Carnegie, who was crucial to the creation of the book. With Carnegie as his mentor, Hill had access to the giants of the twentieth century; every door was open to him. In fact, in his entire life Hill was turned down only once for an interview. One by one these people revealed to Hill their secrets and methods of personal success and financial gain. This uncovered incredibly valuable information that had never been collected and written down before Hill did it, methods that are still largely unknown or not properly understood by the majority of people today. Through close observation and careful study of these people, Dr. Hill discovered that there were amazing similarities between all of them, specific things that they all did consistently as well as particular characteristics and skills that each had developed. No particular industry, talent, or inherited advantage was required. In fact, virtually everyone that Hill interviewed was born with nothing and came from every background, industry, and situation imaginable.
This is the actual book that Andrew Carnegie commissioned him to do in 1908.
Henry Ford did not like the fact that Andrew Carnegie had shared SECRETS with Napoleon Hill and in turn Mr. Hill had published a book based on this information. Mr. Ford bought up all the published issues of The Law of Success in Fifteen lessons and allowed a watered down version of the book, this time titled “The Law of Success in Sixteen Lesson”, published in 1928.
In 2006, Orne Publishing found the only known copy still in existence of the original 1925 book at a rare bookseller in Arkansas. A king’s ransom was paid to secure this work for our collection because of the historical significance of the book. This is an especially important discovery today now that there are thousands of self-help books in the marketplace and hundreds who have made a living by copying, paraphrasing, and watering down the wisdom in Napoleon Hill’s landmark research. Nearly all the information you’ll find out there today has already been written about by Dr. Hill with greater detail, perspective, and authority.
See what some of the most successful people of the planet had to say about Napoleon Hill’s Law of Success:
“My Dear Mr. Hill: Allow me to express my appreciation of the compliment you have paid me in sending me the original manuscript of The Law of Success. I can see you have spent a great deal of time and thought in its preparation. Your philosophy is sound and you are to be congratulated for sticking to your work over so long a period of years. Your students…will be amply rewarded for their labor.”
– Thomas A. Edison, Famous inventor, Scientist
“Dear Mr. Hill, I have now had an opportunity to finish reading The Law of Success, and I wish to express my appreciation of the splendid work you have done in this philosophy. It would be helpful if every politician in the country would assimilate and apply the 15 principles upon which The Law of Success is based. It contains some very fine material, which every leader in every walk of life should understand.”
– William H. Taft, Former President of the United States and Chief Justice
“I know that you are doing a world of good with your Law of Success. I would not care to set a monetary value on this training because it brings to the student qualities which cannot be measured by money alone.”
– George Eastman, Founder of Kodak
“The cogent advice articulated by Napoleon Hill is as relevant and pertinent today as the day it was written.”
– Donald R. Keough, Former President and CEO of Coca-Cola, now Chairman of Allen & Company, Inc.
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