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Product details Paperback: Wiley; 3 edition June 28, Language: English ISBN Start reading Lifehacker: Don't have a site? Hill was 19 years old. Advertisement Take the Money and Run The official biography of Napoleon Hill more or less skips over the period covering until Hill, from Big Stone Gap, Va. On March 23, a baby girl was born, Edith Whitman Hill—named after her mother.

By June of Napoleon had moved himself to Mobile, Alabama and was getting involved in the lumber business.

But Napoleon had plenty of extra-curricular activities. It turns out that throughout his marriage to Edith, Napoleon was visiting a number of prostitutes in cities throughout the South. Oliver N. Hill, within a few minutes after arriving there, took one of the girls to a room in the same house, and stayed with her until about 12 o-clock that night.

Both of the women who stayed at this house were of easy virtue and Mr. Hill went there for the purpose of having sexual intercourse with these women. He admitted to me that night when were [sic] going to the hotel that he had had sexual intercourse with the girl that he took to the room.

You can only communicate with me through my father, and not unless he thinks best. As far as I can tell, Hill never showed up to court to contest the divorce, but that may have been the least of his worries in Napoleon Hill was arrested in May for altering checks, though he was later acquitted of that charge.

The more public fraud was his lumber business, the Acree-Hill Lumber Company. He had been selling off the lumber as quickly as he could in Alabama, accepting only cash, and virtually any amount that he was offered. This, of course, raised plenty of suspicions from the downloaders, not to mention the lumber sellers in Alabama who were being undercut at obscenely low prices.

Hill was telling his business partner, J. Acree, that he had found new investors in the business, thus the extra mountains of cash that seemed to be pouring in were simply a product of good business connections.

But by June, Mr. By the second half of , word quickly spread that Hill was committing fraud, and every businessman in the lumber community was looking for him. In September of Hill went on the run from his office in Mobile, Alabama.

Hill, said to be the president and general manager of the Acree-Hill Lumber Company, is causing considerable anxiety among creditors of the concern in the state and several other lumber section. Hill has not been at his office since September 8. All we know for certain is that by December Hill had fled to Washington, D. This is when Oliver N. Hill would start introducing himself by his middle name, Napoleon.

The Fiction of Andrew Carnegie According to the official legend of Napoleon Hill, was a pivotal year in the best way possible. Advertisement According to Hill, Carnegie would later introduce him to the most powerful businessmen in the country for interviews about what made them so successful. It would be a year mission, Carnegie supposedly explained to Hill. In fact, Hill would claim that Carnegie invited him to stay for an entire weekend to learn at the feet of Carnegie and start Napoleon on his journey.

But, of course, none of it was true. Between the domestic disputes, divorce, and fraudulent business deals in lumber, Hill spent much of simply trying to evade the authorities. Seventeen principles of achievement?

As just one random example from page 97 in my copy: HILL: Will you tell me, in the simplest words possible, just how one may control this wheel of fortune?

I would like a description of this important success factor which the young man or young woman just beginning a business career may understand.

I have already named five of these principles, and I might here suggest that these five, if properly applied, will carry one a long way on the road toward success in any calling. Imagine for a moment Andrew Carnegie, or any industrialist of the early 20th century, talking like that.

Carnegie was not known to be in that business, though his distant cousin Dale would certainly get into it with his book How to Win Friends and Influence People.

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Hill Goes to Washington In reality, was an incredibly tense time for Hill. In December of , he was recently divorced and hiding from a number of people to whom he owed money. Hill took out ads in the newspapers surrounding Washington explaining that with just six weeks of training anybody could become an expert in assembling cars in the burgeoning automobile market.

Blakesley as vice president, and L. Murphy as secretary and treasurer. With every breath he uttered there was a kind of intellectual and spiritual impotence underneath; a cacophony of buzzwords echoing through the skyscrapers of Chicago and the airwaves of Hollywood. Napoleon Hill was a deeply troubled soul, suffering bouts of depression and loneliness as he struggled to become a financial success.

Constantly on the move, he believed that success came through confidence and visualization. But behind every upbeat quote and promise of future riches, Hill had a darkness that could not be contained. And it was his words that would both render him a prophet, and destroy the lives of those closest to him.

She even bought him a typewriter in As his biographers explain: Napoleon soon became a prolific source of stories. His writing was unpolished, if not crude, but he compensated with unbounded verve and a vivid imagination. This knack for storytelling, and outright deceit, would come to define the life of Napoleon Hill—a young man who would embrace fakery as he strived to make his way in life through the sale of dreams. Proven, that is, by anyone but Napoleon Hill. Advertisement Officially, Napoleon Hill supporters are probably aware of two or three of his marriages.

In fact, he was married at least five times. This would perhaps not be worth mentioning except for the circumstances surrounding his first two marriages—the two that are largely missing from the official stories of Hill.

Not a Cent Was Missing By the age of seventeen, young Nap had graduated high school and set off for Tazewell, Virginia to attend a business school.

Hill then went to work in for Rufus Ayres—coal magnate, businessman, and the former Attorney General of Virginia. But they all start to sound like a man loudly proclaiming his ethical fortitude just a little too strongly.

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Advertisement One anecdote includes a bizarre incident in which the cashier of a bank owned by Ayres went on a bender one weekend. In a drunken haze at some nearby hotel the cashier supposedly dropped a gun, which discharged and killed a black bellboy.

The cashier had inexplicably left everything unlocked over the weekend, including the vault. At least according to Hill. At least according to him. Hill was 19 years old.

Advertisement Take the Money and Run The official biography of Napoleon Hill more or less skips over the period covering until Hill, from Big Stone Gap, Va. On March 23, a baby girl was born, Edith Whitman Hill—named after her mother. By June of Napoleon had moved himself to Mobile, Alabama and was getting involved in the lumber business. But Napoleon had plenty of extra-curricular activities.

It turns out that throughout his marriage to Edith, Napoleon was visiting a number of prostitutes in cities throughout the South. Oliver N. Hill, within a few minutes after arriving there, took one of the girls to a room in the same house, and stayed with her until about 12 o-clock that night.

Both of the women who stayed at this house were of easy virtue and Mr. Hill went there for the purpose of having sexual intercourse with these women. He admitted to me that night when were [sic] going to the hotel that he had had sexual intercourse with the girl that he took to the room. You can only communicate with me through my father, and not unless he thinks best.

As far as I can tell, Hill never showed up to court to contest the divorce, but that may have been the least of his worries in Napoleon Hill was arrested in May for altering checks, though he was later acquitted of that charge.

The more public fraud was his lumber business, the Acree-Hill Lumber Company. He had been selling off the lumber as quickly as he could in Alabama, accepting only cash, and virtually any amount that he was offered. This, of course, raised plenty of suspicions from the downloaders, not to mention the lumber sellers in Alabama who were being undercut at obscenely low prices.

Hill was telling his business partner, J. Acree, that he had found new investors in the business, thus the extra mountains of cash that seemed to be pouring in were simply a product of good business connections.

But by June, Mr. By the second half of , word quickly spread that Hill was committing fraud, and every businessman in the lumber community was looking for him.

In September of Hill went on the run from his office in Mobile, Alabama. Hill, said to be the president and general manager of the Acree-Hill Lumber Company, is causing considerable anxiety among creditors of the concern in the state and several other lumber section. Hill has not been at his office since September 8.But ultimately Hill used his ambition and belief in that ideal to build a legacy based largely on lies and deceit. As his biographers explain: Napoleon soon became a prolific source of stories.

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His writing was unpolished, if not crude, but he compensated with unbounded verve and a vivid imagination. Green follows through on his promise, even offering to send me a copy of one book. Try the site edition and experience these great reading features: I futilely ask again to see the manuscript. But behind every upbeat quote and promise of future riches, Hill had a darkness that could not be contained.

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