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Translator : Soone

“Whatever your mind can conceive and believe it can achieve.” – Napoleon
Hill
在你的心机构想出任何事物,并深信能促成它。-拿破仑·希尔

American born Napoleon Hill is considered to have influenced more people
into success than any other person in history. He has been perhaps the
most influential man in the area of personal success technique
development, primarily through his classic book Think and Grow Rich
which has helped million of the people and has been important in the
life of many successful people such as W. Clement Stone and Og
Mandino.
美利哥出生的拿破仑希尔被认为相对于正史的其余人,指点了越多个人成功。他有可能是在个体成功学领域最有影响力的人员,他的经典图书《思考致富》在中间起到了关键功用,这本书已经协理了上百万人,而且在许多成功人员–比如Clement斯通和奥格·曼狄诺–的性命中装有主要地位。

Napoleon Hill was born into poverty in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the
Pound River in Wise County, Virginia. At the age of 10 his mother died,
and two years later his father remarried. He became a very rebellious
boy, but grew up to be an incredible man. He began his writing career at
age 13 as a “mountain reporter” for small town newspapers and went on to
become America’s most beloved motivational author. Fighting against all
class of great disadvantages and pressures, he dedicated more than 25
years of his life to define the reasons by which so many people fail to
achieve true financial success and happiness in their life.
拿破仑希尔在1883年降生于维吉妮亚州怀斯县泰铢河边上的单间小屋的贫困家庭。他的丈母娘在她10岁的时候与世长辞,两年后他大叔又结婚,他成一个不胜叛逆的男孩,但是却变成一位分外典型的夫君。他在13岁初始写作,为“记者山”,一份小型的乡镇报纸,最后成长为美利坚合众国最受欢迎的撰稿人。通过打败各类分裂程度的阻拦和压力,他开销了当先25年来探寻导致三人在落到实处财富自由和搜索生活甜蜜中破产的缘由。

During this time he achieved great success as an attorney and
journalist. His early career as a reporter helped finance his way
through law school. He was given an assignment to write a series of
success stories of famous men, and his big break came when he was asked
to interview steel-magnate Andrew Carnegie. Mr. Carnegie commissioned
Hill to interview over 500 millionaires to find a success formula that
could be used by the average person. These included Thomas Edison,
Alexander Graham Bell, Henry Ford, Elmer Gates, Charles M. Schwab,
Theodore Roosevelt, William Wrigley Jr, John Wanamaker, WIlliam Jennings
Bryan, George Eastman, Woodrow Wilson, William H. Taft, John D.
Rockefeller, F. W. Woolworth, Jennings Randolph, among others.
在那时期中她当做一名律师和新闻记者已毕了高大的打响,他的早期记者生涯资助她做到了法网大学的就学。毕业后她被分配去撰写一文山会海著有名气的人员的打响故事,当他去采访钢铁巨头安德鲁·卡耐基的时候巨大契机到来了,卡耐基先生委托希尔去采访500多位富商以便去发现能选取于老百姓的成功公式。被采访人的有托马斯·爱迪生,亚历山大·格兰汉·Bell,Henley·Ford,盖茨埃尔默,Charles·施瓦布,西奥多·罗斯福,威尔iam箭牌JR,John·华纳梅克,威尔iam·Jennings·Bryan,乔治·伊士曼,Wood罗·威尔逊,威尔iam·塔夫脱,约翰·D·洛克菲勒,FW伍尔沃斯,Jennings伦道夫,等等。

He became an advisor to Andrew Carnegie, and with Carnegie’s help he
formulated a philosophy of success, drawing on the thoughts and
experience of a multitude of rags-to-riches tycoons. It took Hill over
20 years to produce his book, a classic in the Personal Development
field called Think and Grow Rich. This book has sold over 7 million
copies and has helped thousands achieve success.
她变成了Andrew·卡耐基的智囊,通过借鉴众多两手空空的成功人员的想法和经历并在卡耐基的鼎力相助下她找到了成功学原理。它成本了希尔20多年成功了《思考致富》那本书,一本经典的个人成长领域书籍。那本书卖出了700多万份,援助了数以千计的人成功。

The secret to success is very simple but you’ll have to read the book to
find out what it is!
得逞的私房是万分简单的,可是你无法不去读书那本书去找到成功的心腹。

Napoleon Hill passed away in November 1970 after a long and successful
career writing, teaching, and lecturing about the principles of success.
His work stands as a monument to individual achievement and is the
cornerstone of modern motivation. His book, Think and Grow Rich, is the
all time best-seller in the field.
透过漫长而成功的编著、教学、演说关于成功法则的职业生涯后拿破仑·Hill过世于1970年一月份。他的私家落成树立了一座丰碑,当代定性是那座丰碑的基础。在她粉身碎骨以前《思考致富》是成功学领域卖出量最多的书本。

Perhaps no other success book has influenced more people than Napoleon
Hill’s Classic Think and Grow Rich. Since it’s introduction in 1937,
millions of copies have been sold around the world. It still remains one
of the top selling books of its kind.
有可能不会再有其余成功学书籍可以跨越拿破仑·希尔的经典图书《思考致富》影响到的人头。自1937年推出,数百万份已销往世界各州。它依旧是同类产品中最畅销的书本之一。

Several years ago I came across a biography of Hill on a PBS show and it
was an eye-opening adventure into the life of a man whose days were not
the smooth sailing I had always assumed they were.
数年前自己在PBS频道看到了有关希尔的事略,那是一个女婿并大失所望且令人大开眼界的人命历程,在那以前自己平常以为他的中标是便于且简单的。(那句翻译不佳,请见谅)

Napoleon struggled against a myriad of obstacles throughout his life
many of which were brought on by some of the earlier choices he had
made. I can’t count the number of times he became broke and penniless
following a highly successful venture gone sour. His personal life was
as spotted as his financial life and a recounting of that could easily
consume a full book.
拿破仑挣扎翻越了人命早期他的取舍带来的无数阻碍。我无法计算他打响创业后又破产并一名不文的次数。他的民用生活其经济的活着历程和故事可以轻松的填满一本书。(翻译不佳。。。)

I would have thought that my discovery of his many flaws would cause me
to lose respect for him, and thus doubt the veracity of his teachings
that have influenced me for more than twenty years. But it is quite the
opposite. Having listened to the struggles of this very human man has
given me a whole new perspective of respect, even awe, of the incredible
resilience and persistence that he displayed repeatedly against
sometimes massive odds.
本人当然认为自己的发现她重重去缺点后会下降我对他的敬意,进而猜忌他的教育已经影响自己的当先二十年的实际。可是完全相反的。在听完那段卓殊人性化的拼搏历程后给了自我一个簇新的观点去珍贵,甚至是敬畏,他一再突显出的让人质疑的任意和执拗令他在相持中据为己有了大批量优势。

I now understand that he didn’t write about some theory of how to think
and grow rich. He wrote from experience his numerous experiences and the
experiences of America’s most successful.
电子版,近来本人精晓了他写的不是一些什么样去思辨致富的聊以自慰理论。他的文字出自于他的经验,他的不少经历,那是美利哥最成功的经历。翻译的不佳。。。

While the casual observer would believe that this book is only about
making money, those of us who have studied it for years know otherwise.
It’s about a better way to live a rich life. And for that I am grateful
that Napoleon gave so much of himself in order that he might leave us
with this incredible work.
对此粗心的读者会相信那本书仅仅是关于什么致富的,这一个大家早就学习了连年。那本书其实是关于怎样更好的过上方便的生存。对于这点我很感谢拿破仑留下了如此多成功经验,而不是带着他的别致的经历离大家而去。

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