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The Best of Napoleon Hill- This power packed and unique compilation includes the classic books, Think and Grow Rich and The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons- Each brilliantly expounded upon with an in-­depth study guide. And to make best even better- Take a first look at Dr. Hill’s much sought after gems- The Master Key to Riches, How to Sell Your Way Through Life and Think Your Way to Wealth. These hard to find classics are extremely rare, with the majority of the public not even conscious of their existence. You will also enjoy five( 5) success masterpieces that inspired Napoleon Hill himself, these include, “The Science of getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles, As a Man Thinketh by James T Allen, Thought Vibration by William T. Atkinson, Your Invisible Power by Genevieve Behrend and Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell. As an added bonus the reader will re-­live the birth of Napoleon Hill’s famous philosophy with three( 3) vintage magazine articles that introduced the world to . . .

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Acres of Diamonds PLUS The Magic Story - Two all-­time success classics in one volume. With Acres of Diamonds the reader is shown one of the greatest lessons anyone can learn: how to find your own wealth, now, right where you are, with the resources you already possess. "Opportunity does not just come along-­it is there all the time -­we just have to see it.­" - Earl Nightingale A true and wonderfully inspiring story. The Magic Story caused an immediate and worldwide sensation when it first appeared in 'Success' magazine in 1900. Its message remains just as relevant today. A powerful way to achieve personal success. "...­full of simple success wisdom. The book is over a hundred years old. I just recently discoved this book and feel lucky to have found it.­"

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Famed Baptist minister Russell Conwell knew a thing or two about personal efficiency. During his career, he worked as a soldier, a church leader, a lawyer, a journalist, a biographer, and a bestselling self-­help author. He also managed to find time to found and preside over Temple University. In this tip-­filled volume, Conwell provides actionable advice to help you make the most of your allotted 24 hours.

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Author: Russell Herman ConwellPublisher: Quaker city pub. houseYear published: 1876Book contributor: University of MichiganLanguage: en0 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Author: RUSSELL H. CONWELLYear published: 1881Book contributor: Oxford UniversityLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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...­The measure of greatness is helpfulness. We have gone back to the method of the Master and learned to test men not by wealth, nor by birth, nor by intellectual power, but by service. Wealth is not to be despised if it is untainted and consecrated. Ancestry is noble if the good survives and the bad perishes in him who boasts of his forebears. Intellectual force is worthy if only it can escape from that cursed attendant, conceit. But they sink, one and all into insignificance when character is considered; for character is the child of godly parents whose names are self-­denial and love. The man who lives not for himself but for others, and who has a heart big enough to take all men into its living sympathies-- he is the man we delight to honor...

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Acres of Diamonds originated as a speech which Conwell delivered over 6,­000 times around the world; it was eventually published as delivered in Conwell's home town, Philadelphia.­The central idea of the work is that one need not look elsewhere for opportunity, achievement, or fortune -- the resources to achieve all good things are present in your own community. This theme is developed by an introductory anecdote, told to Conwell by an Arab guide, about a man who wanted to find diamonds so badly that he sold his property and went off in futile search for them; the new owner of his home discovered that a rich diamond mine was located right there on the property. Conwell elaborates on the theme through examples of success, genius, service, or other virtues involving ordinary Americans contemporary to his audience: "dig in your own back-­yard!­".­Conwell's capacity to establish Temple University and his other civic projects largely derived from the income that he earned from this speech. . . .

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In publishing the life of the late CHARLES HADDON SPURGEON, the publishers feel a peculiar pleasure and believe themselves especially fortunate in having secured the Rev. Russell H. Conwell, D.­D., LL.­D., pastor at The Temple, of Philadelphia, to prepare the work. There are many reasons why the popular preacher, who might justly be called the Spurgeon of America, should in this way pay a loving tribute to the memory of his great English ecclesiastical brother, and why such a book must have an absorbing interest for all readers. Foremost among these might be considered his personal acquaintance with the great divine of gigantic efforts and wonderful achievements, and the deep study he has ever given to his popular brother preacher’s life and the measure of its successes. As a fellow-­preacher of the Gospel, he knew better than any layman how to interpret the hidden springs of success to count the cost of Herculean efforts made, and better, understand the great man’s life-­work in all . . .

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Acres of Diamonds originated as a speech which Conwell delivered over 6,­000 times around the world; it was eventually published as delivered in Conwell's home town, Philadelphia.­The central idea of the work is that one need not look elsewhere for opportunity, achievement, or fortune -- the resources to achieve all good things are present in your own community. This theme is developed by an introductory anecdote, told to Conwell by an Arab guide, about a man who wanted to find diamonds so badly that he sold his property and went off in futile search for them; the new owner of his home discovered that a rich diamond mine was located right there on the property. Conwell elaborates on the theme through examples of success, genius, service, or other virtues involving ordinary Americans contemporary to his audience: "dig in your own back-­yard!­".­Conwell's capacity to establish Temple University and his other civic projects largely derived from the income that he earned from this speech. . . .

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...­The measure of greatness is helpfulness. We have gone back to the method of the Master and learned to test men not by wealth, nor by birth, nor by intellectual power, but by service. Wealth is not to be despised if it is untainted and consecrated. Ancestry is noble if the good survives and the bad perishes in him who boasts of his forebears. Intellectual force is worthy if only it can escape from that cursed attendant, conceit. But they sink, one and all into insignificance when character is considered; for character is the child of godly parents whose names are self-­denial and love. The man who lives not for himself but for others, and who has a heart big enough to take all men into its living sympathies-- he is the man we delight to honor...

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CONTENTS Foreword I. When Lincoln Was Laughed At II. President and Pilgrim III. Lincoln Reads Artemus Ward Aloud IV. Some Lincoln Anecdotes V. What Made Him Laugh VI. Humor in the Political Situation VII. Why Lincoln Loved Laughter VIII. Lincoln and John Brown

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Acres Of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell.

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When going down the Tigris and Euphrates rivers many years ago with a party of English travelers I found myself under the direction of an old Arab guide whom we hired up at Bagdad, and I have often thought how that guide resembled our barbers in certain mental characteristics. He thought that it was not only his duty to guide us down those rivers, and do what he was paid for doing, but also to entertain us with stories curious and weird, ancient and modern, strange and familiar. Many of them I have forgotten, and I am glad I have, but there is one I shall never forget. The old guide was leading my camel by its halter along the banks of those ancient rivers, and he told me story after story until I grew weary [4]of his story-­telling and ceased to listen. I have never been irritated with that guide when he lost his temper as I ceased listening. But I remember that he took off his Turkish cap and swung it in a circle to get my attention. I could see it through the corner of my eye, . . .

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