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  Test Bank for Prealgebra and Introductory Algebra 4th Edition by Elayn Martin-GayDownload fullTest Bank for Prealgebra and Introductory Algebra 4th Edition by Elayn Martin-GayMore news on internet Hill's Philosophy of Achievement was offered as a formula for rags-to-riches success, published initially during 19! in the multi-volume studycourse he #aw of $uccess,%& a re-write of a 19( manuscript) Hill identified freedom, democracy, capitalism, and harmony among the foundations of his Philosophy of Achievement ) He asserted that without these foundations, great personal achievements would not be  possible)A secret of achievement was discussed in hin* and +row ich, but Hill insisted readers would benefit most if they discovered it for themselves) Although he did not eplicitly identify this secret in the  boo*, he offered, . pages into the boo*/ 0f you truly desire money so *eenly that your desire is an obsession, you will have no difficulty in convincing yourself that you will acuire it) he ob2ect is to want money, and to be so determined to have it that you convince yourself that you will have it))) 3ou may as well *now, right here, that you can never have riches in great uantities unless you wor* yourself into a  white heat of desire for money, and actually believe you will possess it) 0n the introduction Hill states of the secret that Andrew 4arnegie 'carelessly tossed it into my mind', and that it also inspired 5anuel #) 6ue7on of the Philippine 0slands to 'gain freedom for his people, and went on to lead them as its first president)' Although he mentions a 'burning desire for money' repeatedly throughout the boo*, he also suggests it is not in fact his secret at all) 8y contrast, at the end of his first boo*, he #aw of $uccess, nine years earlier, he identifies his secretas he +olden ule/ nly by wor*ing harmoniously in co-operation with other individuals or groups of individuals and thus creating value and benefit for them will one create sustainable achievement for oneself)He presented the notion of a :efinite 5a2or Purpose as a challenge to his readers to as* themselves, 0n what do 0 truly believe; 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