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Stay the Course Patriots Day Edition

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Stay the Course Patriots Day Edition
Stay the Course! Patriots Day Edition

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You may have seen the classic “Napoleon Hill Ship” image before, with the 17 Principles of Success as sails on a clipper ship. This special edition was created in honor of September 11, 2001. The Patriots Day poster measures 18 by 24 inches and features an American flag background and a bald eagle leading the way as the S.S. Philosophy of Success sails across the ocean of life.

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Success Principle 16 Budgeting Time and Money

Budgeting Time and Money

Effectiveness in human endeavor calls for the organized budgeting of time. For the average man, the 24 hours of each day should be divided into 8 hours for sleep, 8 hours for work, and 8 hours for recreation and spare time.

Tell me how you use your spare time and how you spend your money, and I will tell you where and what you will be ten years from now.
Success Principle 14 Creative Vision

Creative Vision

Creative vision belongs only to those who go the extra mile, for it recognizes no such thing as the regularity of working hours, is not concerned with monetary compensation, and its highest aim is to do the impossible.

The imagination is the workshop of the soul wherein are shaped all plans for individual achievement.
Success Principle 12 Teamwork


Teamwork is the willing cooperation and coordination of effort to achieve a common goal. Teamwork is sharing a part of what you have—a part that is good—with others!

Harmonious cooperation is a priceless asset which you can acquire in proportion to your giving.
Success Principle 10 Accurate Thinking

Accurate Thinking

Accurate thought involves two fundamentals. First, you must separate facts from mere information. Second, you must separate facts into two classes—the important and the unimportant. Only by doing so can you think clearly and accurately.

Truth will be truth, regardless of a closed mind, ignorance, or the refusal to believe.