Secret of the Ages - Part VIII, Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part VIII, Chapter 32 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Thirty-two, Part Eight gives the reader several examples of Success Stories.

Collier reaches back into history, 401 BC, to bring the story of how an army of Greeks, having lost their leaders and being 1500 miles from home face the Persians who demand their unconditional surrender. The Greeks, loving their freedom, regroup and with great Will and determination to get home establish new leaders and make the journey home. They use Collier's elements of success and won.

Collier also tells the Reader that good self-improvement books are like a friend who can guide on through the difficult periods of life. In fact, Collier attributes a great many success stories to the lives of those who become great readers, Abraham Lincoln being one example. He encourages the Reader to read good literature, to befriend words, and learn to use...

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