The historic newspaper brand, the Los Angeles Tribune has continued with its commitment to stand as the only national media brand to emphasis the personal development industry as one of the main spaces that they support.
The media company recently produced a global event with a “Think & Grow Rich” theme that featured the CEO of the Napeoleon Hill Foundation, Don Green, also present were Jack Canfield and other major speakers and industry celebrities that discussed the principles of Think & Grow Rich over several days.
They helped raise funds for the Napeoleon Hill Foundation which according to its website is a nonprofit educational institution dedicated to making the world a better place in which to live. The Los Angeles Tribune supports the work of the foundation and the principles for which it stands.
Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the Pound River in Wise County, Virginia. He began his writing career at age 13 as a “mountain reporter” for small town newspapers and went on to become America’s most beloved motivational author. Hill passed away in November 1970 after a long and successful career writing, teaching, and lecturing about the principles of success.
Dr. Hill’s work stands as a monument to individual achievement and is the cornerstone of modern motivation. His book, Think and Grow Rich, is the all time bestseller in the field. Hill established the Foundation as a nonprofit educational institution whose mission is to perpetuate his philosophy of leadership, self-motivation, and individual achievement. His books, audio cassettes, videotapes, and other motivational products are made available to you as a service of the Foundation so that you may build your own library of personal achievement materials… and help you acquire financial wealth and the true riches of life.
About The Los Angeles Tribune:
The Los Angeles Tribune, a name that is historic and part of the Southern California ethos since 1886, today is the only national news brand to cover the personal development industry as well as serving the responsibilities of a traditional media company.