Lesson 1 – Introduction to The Master Mind


“You can do it if you believe you can!”

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Time is a master worker that heals the wounds of temporary defeat and equalizes the inequalities and rights the wrongs of the world. There is nothing impossible with time!”

Discover your weaknesses and develop a definite plan for bridging those weaknesses.


  • intolerance
  • greed
  • jealousy
  • suspicion
  • revenge
  • egotism
  • conceit
  • tendency to reap where you have not sown
  • spending more than you earn


– Your personality determines the level of success you will enjoy.

– Modify your personality so you are more pleasing and more attractive to the patrons of business and your work will thrive.


– Cultivate a pleasing personality and learn the delicate art of allying yourself with others in a undertaking without friction or envy.

“No man has a chance to enjoy permanent success until he begins to look in a mirror for the real cause of all his mistakes”

17 Principles of Success

  1. Master Mind
  2. Definite Chief Aim
    1. Do away with distractions and fix your mind on your life’s work.
  3. Self Confidence
    • Master the fears of poverty, ill health, old age, criticism, loss of love of someone, death.
    • Know the difference between confidence and egotism
  4. Habit of Saving
    • Distribute your income systematically so that it will steadily accumulate. One of the greatest sources of personal power.
  5. Initiative and Leadership
    • Will cause you to gradually gravitate to the top in everything you do.
  6. Imagination
    • Stimulate your mind to conceive new ideas and develop new plan
  7. Enthusiasm

    • Saturate everyones interest into you and your idea
  8. Self Control

    • Directed enthusiasm
    • “the master of your fate, the captain of your soul
  9. Habit of Doing More Than Paid For

  10. Pleasing Personality

    • Transform your personality to adapt yourself to any enviroment, or any person, so that you may easily control the situatio
  11. Accurate Thinking

    • How to build definite working plans, in the pursuit of any calling, based on faith
  12. Concentration

    • Harness the forces around you to further your own interests
  13. Cooperation

  14. Profiting by failure

  15. Tolerance

  16. The Golden Rule

  17. Universal Law

I believe that your thoughts, feelings and actions must consistently be in alignment to achieve lasting success.

Every failure is a blessing in disguise, providing it teaches some needed lesson one could not have learned without it. Most so called failures are only temporary defeat.

Their is one form of energy which causes all matter to be in constant motion. Your thought is a form of energy and your brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station for other thought frequencies. When two minds come together, another is formed that is a combination of the two. A master mind is a blending of the minds in perfect harmony. This mastermind can be used by one or all the individual minds.

“To believe in the heroic makes heroes.” ~Benjamin Disraeli

“Courage is the standing army of the soul which keeps it from conquest,pillage, and slavery.” ~Henry Van Dyke

“Men cease to interest us when we find their limitations. The only sin is limitation. As soon as you once come up to a man’s limitations, its all over with him.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Power is organized knowledge expressed through intelligent efforts.” ~Napoleon Hill

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Law of Success – Lesson 1 – Introduction to The Master Mind

Law of Success – Lesson 2 – A Definite Chief Aim

Law of Success – Lesson 3 – Self Confidence

Law of Success – Lesson 5 – Initiative & Leadership

Law of Success – Lesson 6 – Imagination


  1. Hey great site, I am also studying the work of Napoleon Hill. Check out my blog at http://www.thelawofsuccess.blogspot.com

    Maybe we could link together or find ways to promote our blogs together. Create a mastermind of blogs if you will 🙂


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