Mitch Horowitz, VP & Executive Editor at Penguin Random House, discusses the Napoleon Hill book, “How to Own Your Own Mind”. First published in 1941, Napoleon Hill’s HOW TO OWN YOUR OWN MIND got lost in the shuffle due to the onset of World War II. Recently discovered in the vaults of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, this 20-year study of classic American success stories is now being republished for a new generation.
Divided into three chapters—Creative Vision, Organized Thought, and Controlled Attention—HOW TO OWN YOUR OWN MIND teaches how success can be achieved through organized thinking through examples from the lives of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and other great minds. Hill stresses the importance of thought before action, or your actions will be wasted.
This Big Blend Radio interview originally aired on BlogTalkRadio on Dec. 8, 2017.