Almost 50 years ago, world-renowned personal development “guru,” Bob Proctor, picked up the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and unknowingly began a journey that would change the course of his life and the lives of millions of others. Why did Napoleon Hill write this book and what is so powerful about it? In 1908, Hill was a young newspaper reporter who was conducting interviews for a series of articles on famous and successful men in America. One of the men he interviewed was Andrew Carnegie, who was the richest man in the world at that time. Hill learned that Carnegie believed that the process of success could be outlined in a simple formula that anyone could understand and achieve. The two men hit it off well and Carnegie challenged Hill to the task of gathering and analyzing the information necessary to discover and publish this formula for success. Carnegie introduced Hill to 500 of the most famous and powerful people of the time. The result of this nearly 20-year process is the book Think and Grow Rich which was published in 1937. In the book, Hill studies the characteristics of achievers and develops “laws” of success, intended to be applied by anyone. Over the next 6 days, we’ll explore Hill’s 6 Laws of Success that can be used to attract whatever you desire into your life.