WISE, VA--(Marketwired - August 15, 2016) - Napoleon Hill rarely used more than a single page of notes to deliver his speeches. While many of these notes still exist, little of what he said has survived; this according to Don Green, director of the Napoleon Hill Foundation in Wise, Virginia which is the boyhood home of world famous Napoleon Hill. In a recent radio interview with Industry Visions Industrial News, Green announced the new book would be released soon.

"This book is assembled from the thousands of pages of Hill's writings that we steward here at the University of Virginia at Wise," said Green. "We have been amazed how new, undiscovered classic lessons in success keep showing up from this material written so long ago. 'Napoleon Hill's Greatest Speeches' is never before published material, including the speech that inspired the bestselling book, "Think and Grow Rich." This book is a revealing look at man's quest for understanding why some men succeed and why others do not. Hill was a pioneer in developing a success philosophy that can be packaged and replicated. 'Napoleon Hill's Greatest Speeches' is a fascinating exploration of speeches given by this giant of a man in the field of personal development. Some of his most famous speeches included in this new book are; What I've Learned from Analyzing 10,000 People, The Man Who Has Had No Chance, and finally Hill's famous Commencement Address at Salem College, in Salem, West Virginia, in 1922."

"The Napoleon Hill Foundation takes great pride in this collection. It is illuminating, and instructive. The book also contains a collection of letters from family members of Napoleon Hill and Senator Jennings Randolph. This book is a great addition to any library of personal development."

Green said the book would be available at all popular bookstores, Amazon, as well as the Napoleon Hill library book store on line. All proceeds from book sales are contributed to the many charities supported by the Napoleon Hill Foundation.

Industry Visions and WVSN Reports is an industrial news show that showcases the lofty endeavors of American industry hosted by Allyn Mark.

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