This book is a famous psychological essay that explains why an 80-year-old prosperous businessman still gets up early and reads the newspaper. Success is a result of people creating successful habits. This book will show you how to develop successful behaviors.
This early self-help book, which was first published in 1914, is a part of a collection of motivational writings made to increase personal and professional performance by utilizing psychology, which was still a relatively undeveloped field at the time. Career counselor Warren Hilton offers guidance on various topics, including how to use psychology to recruit people, harness the creative power of thought, and leverage the science of mind power to build company ideas.
Hilton discusses the elements of success by leveraging our capacities in Applied Psychology: On The Driving Power Of Thought And The Habits, You Must Attain for Unbounded Personal and Business Success. The author discusses a variety of topics, including Attainment of Mind Control, in which he shows the reader how to control his thoughts better, Relationship of Mind Activity to Body Activity, in which he demonstrates how our bodies follow our minds' directions, and The Supremacy of Consciousness, in which the author reveals the latent abilities and purposes of consciousness.