The Law of Success In Sixteen Lessons By Napoleon Hill (Study Notes)

The Law of Success In Sixteen Lessons By Napoleon Hill (Study Notes)

The Law of Success is a 1925 book – actually in the form of a set of 15 separate booklets – by Napoleon Hill. It was released as a limited edition of 118 copies and was given to many of Americas most successful individuals, all of whom had contributed to the book’s content. One of those copies was used by Orne Publishing to reprint it in 2010.

The Law of Success in 16 Lessons is an edited version of Napoleon Hill’s first manuscripts which was reworked under advisement of some the contributors and first published in 1928. This version was initially published as a multi-volume correspondence course. Later editions gathered the material into a single hardcover book. The most current version available is through Wilder Publishing.

29 comments

  • i like the vid but he to preachie i felt like i was in church. he starred losing me we all the side speeches just stick with 16 lesson

  • I’m currently studying this area and Napoleon Hill. He’s inspired me in so many ways that I’ve created an intensive mastery program to add value to others. Great video showing some excellent insight!

  • I’m currently studying this area and Napoleon Hill. He’s inspired me in so many ways that I’ve created an intensive mastery program to add value to others. Great video showing some excellent insight!

  • Thank you for this wonderful content, Joseph. I just finished the book (Law of Success…) and have been greatly inspired by your notes. I am an art teacher and entrepreneur, so this is wonderful!

  • Joseph, thank you for your video. I like the way you summarize this book as well as other books in other videos. Continue the excellent job.

  • Hey, in Napolean's 3rd lesson, self-confidence, it says to "associate with those that raise your self-confidence and not lower it." I listened to your Mind Map on 'The Four Agreements' and it was gifted to me two days later. So I have been reading it as well. The 2nd agreement states, "Don't take anything personally" and it goes on to clarify that compliments as well as put downs should not be taken personally. How would you merge Napolean's 3rd lesson with Don's 2nd agreement. They seem to be in minor conflict. Don's 2nd agreement almost seems directly related to confidence and indicates that others should have 0 effect on how you view yourself no matter their "status" I am really taking the 4 agreements and practicing them with passion and feel I am missing the correlation. Would Don's 2nd agreement and Napolean's 3rd lesson be connected through influence instead of direct Word Projection on one another?

  • As all of your videos this video is great again it's just the way you talk your voice your tone your words everything together it's just a piece of art I remember our one-on-one session it helped me so much I just didn't get to schedule the next one yet but I do have your email in front of me with your scheduling link you are definitely a gift from God to all of us

  • You totally missed what the Mastermind is. I listened to you. You skillfully managed to explain this without using words like"vibrate, frequency, resonate, energy'. You've given us nothing to work with, by taking the LIFE our of Napoleon Hill's words!

  • Unfortunately, you DID NOT understand or read this book! You omitted the key elements that enable you to "activate" the Law Of Attraction, deliberately OR because you just didn't get it!

  • Joeseph Rodriguez. You awesome bro
    Think u could do a video to the book.
    "Where you go there you are" by Jon Kabat

  • Love this video. Read the Master Key to Riches in my 20's and have gotten pretty much everything that I wrote down as my goals.

  • These principles were not invented by Napolean Hills. He copied them from Andrew Carnegie and took them as his own invention, claiming to collect those principles from interviewing 25,000 successful people.