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Hill Says he discovered,
from the analysis of over 25,000 people,
that men who succeed in an outstanding way, seldom do so before the age of forty, and more often they do not strike their real pace until they are well beyond the age of fifty.
This fact was so astounding that it prompted me to go into the study of its cause most carefully, carrying the investigation over a period of more than twelve years.
The lives of many men up to, and sometimes well past the age of forty, reflect a continued dissipation of energies, which could have been more profitably turned into better channels. Their finer and more powerful emotions are sown wildly to the four winds. Out of this habit of the male, grew the term, “sowing his wild oats.”
The desire for sexual expression is by far the strongest and most impelling of all the human emotions, and for this very reason this desire, when harnessed and transmuted into action, other than that of physical expression, may raise one to the status of a genius." Napoleon Hill"
As I Really sat down and thought of how this personally affected me. I noticed as I got older My development process changed even within the last year. I notice I gained a better control over myself.
I have a better understanding of human nature and how to use it to gain true confidence.
Thank You For Having me in the group.
Life Coach and Mentor.