#1 Define your purpose
Create a plan of action and start working toward it immediately.
#2 Create a "master-mind alliance"
Contact and work with people "who have what you haven't," Hill says.
#3 Go the extra mile
"Doing more than you have to do is the only thing that justifies raises or promotions, and puts people under an obligation to you," writes Hill.
#4 Practice "applied faith"
Believe in yourself and your purpose so fully that you act with complete confidence.
#5 Have personal initiative
Do what you have to without being told.
#6 Indulge your imagination
Dare to think beyond what's already been done.
#7 Exert enthusiasm
A positive attitude sets you up for success and wins the respect of others.
#8 Think accurately
In Hill's words, accurate thinking is "the ability to separate facts from fiction and to use those pertinent to your own concerns or problems."
#9 Concentrate your effort
Don't become distracted from the most important task you are currently facing.
#10 Profit from adversity
Remember that "there is an equivalent benefit for every setback," Hill writes.