THE SELF-HELP CLASSIC THAT HAS CHANGED MILLIONS OF LIVES! Your mind has a secret invisible talisman. On one side is emblazoned the letters PMA (positive mental attitude) and on the other the letters NMA (negative mental attitude). A positive attitude will naturally attract the good and the beautiful. The negative attitude will rob you of all that makes life worth living. Your success, health, happiness, and wealth depend on how you make up your mind! When motivational pioneer Napoleon Hill and millionaire CEO W. Clement Stone teamed up to form one of the most remarkable partnerships of all time, the result was Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude, the phenomenon that proposed to the world that with the right attitude, anyone can achieve his or her dreams. Now you can take advantage of the program that has brought success to generations of people seeking-and finding-a better way to live. "WHATEVER THE MIND OF MAN CAN CONCEIVE...IT CAN ACHIEVE." -Napoleon Hill
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"Written in 1960 by two personal achievement pioneers, this well-crafted book is loaded with motivational juice and modern-sounding strategies for achieving success in any realm of life. However, the dramatic urgency in David White's reading doesn't modulate enough to capture the book's nuances and optimism. The steady drumbeat of his intensity makes the authors' gentle invitations come across as imperatives. But this is 10 hours everyone should hear, nonetheless, because of the many timeless suggestions, which include lots of memorable lists and summaries. With its inspirational stories and a message that gets to the heart of what holds people back, this audiobook is as hopeful and encouraging as anything you'll hear on the subject of success and happiness. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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