Voices in Your Head

In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill describes the “invisible council” that he convened in his mind:

I followed the habit of reshaping my own character, by trying to imitate the nine men whose lives and life-works had been most impressive to me.

These nine men were, Emerson, Paine, Edison, Darwin, Lincoln, Burbank, Napoleon, Ford, and Carnegie.

Every night, over a long period of years, I held an imaginary Council meeting with this group whom I called my “Invisible Counselors.”

Hill credited these meetings as a source of his success, providing him with both creative inspiration and guidance during difficult times.

Who would you like to have on your invisible council?

You can include anyone you’d like: famous people or family members, living or dead.

You can find the exact process Hill used for conducting his invisible council meetings in chapter 14 (“The Sixth Sense”) of Think and Grow Rich, also excerpted and available online.

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