Napoleon Hill’s 14 Secrets to Success

1. I render more service than I ask people to pay for.

2. I engage in no transaction, intentionally, that does not benefit all whom it affects.

3. I make no statements that I do not believe to be true.

4. I have a sincere desire in my heart to be of useful service to the greatest possible number of people.

5. I like people better than money.

6. I am doing my best to live, as well as to teach, my own philosophy of success.

7. I accept no favors from anyone without giving favors in return.

8. I ask nothing of any person without having a right to that for which I ask.

9. I enter into no arguments with people over trivial matters.

10. I spread the sunshine of optimism.

11. I never flatter people for the purpose of gaining their confidence.

12. I sell counsel and advice to other people, at a modest price, but never offer free advice.

13. While teaching others how to achieve success, I have demonstrated that I can make my philosophy work for myself as well, thus practicing what I preach.

14. I am so thoroughly sold on the work which I am engaged that my enthusiasm over it becomes contagious and others are influenced by it.

from The Magic Ladder to Success

Tony Robbins @ TED with Al Gore in the audience

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