Think and Grow Through Art & Music is written for anyone who aspires to be or become a professional in the field of art and music. The Author's extensive experience has demonstrated that a person who possesses the burning desire to become a professional in the field of art and music, and not only reads, yet also applied these principles, will multiply his/her greater advantage of becoming successful by ten times or more.
Just as Napoleon Hill made millionaires out of scores of men and women in the past, as well as today, his principles when properly applied and followed by action, will work with any application. The author:
• Includes his Twenty plus years of face-to-face interviews with some of the greatest artists and musicians who have ever lived. He also includes email and telephone conversations from those too busy to sit down for a one on one.
• Adds his countless hours of research delving into the past of those who have gone before, so he might add their input and suggestions.
• Integrates Napoleon Hills’ lifetime of knowledge gained by over 500 interviews with some of Americas renowned leaders used to create his science of personal success and philosophy outlined in his classic Think & Grow Rich.
• Teamed up with the Napoleon Hill Foundation in Wise, Virginia, who has carried on Napoleon’s work since his passing in 1970. Together they have clearly written a modern day classic, a must read for any & all.
Over 20 years of interviews and research, yielding inspiration, advice and motivation from musicians and artists too numerous to list, including:
Chet Atkins, Les Paul, B.B. King, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Garcia, Chet Baker, Martina McBride, Thelonious Monk, Leonard Cohen, Sheryl Crow, Pharrell Williams, Andrea Bocelli, Bruno Mars, Mick Jones, Beyoncé, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Eminem, Madonna, John Mellencamp, Enrico Caruso, Taylor Swift, Lyle Lovett, Diana Ross, Naomi Judd, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Carole King, Mary J. Blige, Jimmy Buffet, Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, Yo Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Ringo Starr and more.
Faulkner firmly believes that the only limitations the reader has, are those he or she set up in their own minds. By following these principles and taking action, the reader will remain persistent, not give up, and have doors open that otherwise they would never be aware of.