Napoleon Hill was born in the 19th century, changed the world in the 20th century, and is now impacting how we live in the 21st century.
Through Jim Stovall’s latest novel in his Homecoming Historical Series entitled Top of the Hill, readers young and old will experience the modern-day impact of Napoleon Hill’s timeless lessons. In this inspiring and entertaining story, high school students apply the wisdom of Napoleon Hill to save their school, rescue their town, and change their lives. In their efforts to fight the political corruption threatening their futures, the students, principal, and other members of the community learn the power of the mastermind group, the power of purpose and having faith, the power of going the extra mile, and many more lessons that would change their lives forever. Note from Author, Jim Stovall: In many ways, Top of the Hill is a sort of homecoming for me.
After losing my sight during my college years, I determined to be an entrepreneur, and my elderly mentor taught me using Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. He passed away while I was still in my 20s, but he made my success possible. Years later after I had become a success in business and a multimillionaire, I wrote a book about my journey. Don Green who runs the author:Napoleon Hill Foundation contacted me and let me know that my mentor, Lee Braxton that I had written about, had been a longtime friend of Napoleon Hill’s, and Mr. Braxton actually gave the eulogy at Napoleon Hill’s funeral. So through the connection of my mentor, I feel somehow also connected to Napoleon Hill.
Jim Stovall has been a National Olympic weightlifting champion, the President of the Emmy Award-winning Narrative Television Network, and a highly sought after author and platform speaker. He is the author of the best selling book, The Ultimate Gift, which is now a major motion picture starring James Garner and Abigail Breslin. Steve Forbes, president and CEO of Forbes magazine, says, "Jim Stovall is one of the most extraordinary men of our era." For his work in making television accessible to our nation's 13 million blind and visually impaired people, The President's Committee on Equal Opportunity selected Jim Stovall as the Entrepreneur of the Year. He was also chosen as the International Humanitarian of the Year, joining Jimmy Carter, Nancy Reagan, and Mother Teresa as recipients of this honor.More information is available at www.jimstovall.com
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