Meria With Greg S.Reid “Think and Grow Rich Stickability”

Unknown 3/25/14 Meria Interviews Greg S.Reid on his latest “Think and Grow Rich, Stickability The Power of Perseverance“, authorized by the Napoleon Hill Foundation. Steve Wozniak & Steve Jobs success with Apple, how did they start? embracing what you don’t have; change your story; fear is a man made myth; fantasies vs. realities; what is perseverance? Be scrappy; dream-challenge-victory; self discipline;can leadership be learned? invest in yourself; contribute to something larger than yourself for success; commitment; flexibility; what are you holding on to? releasing negative people in your life; writing your goals down; the secret The Secret missed; words matter;the knowing; relaxed intensity – what is it? getting along with other people; overcoming fears; is poverty a state of mind?





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Think and Grow Rich: Stickability, The Power of Perseverance (Hardcover)

By (author): Greg S Reid, The Napoleon Hill Foundation

You've learned the principles in Napoleon Hill's classic Think and Grow Rich—now give them STICKABILITY!
The path to personal and professional success is not a one-way street. Most people encounter setbacks and obstacles that threaten to derail them from their chosen route. The most successful people, however, adhere to their principles and goals, capitalizing on hidden opportunities, even in the face of what many would consider unconquerable obstacles. To coin a new word—these people have STICKABILITY!

This thought-provoking book shows readers of all ages and backgrounds how they, too, can not only apply the self-motivation principles of Napoleon Hill’s timeless and groundbreaking self-help volume Think and Grow Rich, but make them stick. Combining author Greg S. Reid’s modern business wisdom, interviews with numerous business celebrities like Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple), Frank Shankwitz (founder of the Make a Wish foundation), and Martin Cooper (inventor of the cell phone), and valuable information from the secret files previously available only to the Napoleon Hill Foundation and its members, this book will reveal:
  • The “Three Causes of Failure” from Napoleon Hill’s hidden vault of wisdom
  • The importance of flexibility
  • The principle of relaxed intensity in action
  • How to define and conquer your “cul-de-sac” moments
  • How to overcome the ghost of fear
  • The importance of insight through necessity
  • And so much more!
Each inspiring chapter will remind readers that if ever a discouraging moment arrives and the temptation to stop becomes greater than the dream, to keep one simple observation from Dr. Hill in mind:

“Most great people have attained their greatest success just one step BEYOND their greatest setback and failure.”

STICKABILITY shows readers just how life-changing this simple principle can be. Additionally, it gives readers an outlines on how to develop their own stickability—and transform their lives forever!
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2 Responses to "Meria With Greg S.Reid “Think and Grow Rich Stickability”"

  1. one4you says:

    6 years ago I was living unemployed in my mothers basement going through a divorce. Lost it all. I am exactly where I chose to be now. Got back on my feet got a good job, moved, met my wife and now I am living the American dream. House, 2 cars, pets, and debt. The CURRENT American dream. with the exception of my wife, stepsons and pets, I do believe I was MUCH happier in my mothers basement. Living off Navy retirement, much less stress. As always you can find happiness or unhappiness in everything, it is up to you.

  2. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    First thing is you have to show up. Not just once, standing and looking up, waiting for someone else to drop manna from heaven. You have to “show up” every day, with your nose to the grindstone and your whining kept to a minimum. You are a perfect example of that!!!

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