Think and Grow Rich
By Napoleon Hill
This book contains money-making secrets that can change your life.
Think and Grow Rich, based on the author’s famed Law of Success, represents the distilled wisdom of distinguished men of great wealth and achievement.
Andrew Carnegie’s magic formula for success was the direct inspiration for this book. Carnegie demonstrated its soundness when his coaching brought fortunes to those young men to whom he had disclosed his secret.
This book will teach you that secret—and the secrets of other great men like him. It will show you not only what to do but also how to do it. If you learn and apply the simple basic techniques revealed here, you will have mastered the secret of true and lasting success—and you may have whatever you want in life!
It's ok. Don't believe the hype2By Macintosh2911It was probably popular back in the day because that's the only book of its kind at the time. Now we have waaay better options. If you want the best practical book on finances and getting out of the rat race, read RICH DAD POOR DAD. Think and Grow Rich is ok for the 1st half, but then it mumbles on and gives inaccurate examples (seeing as it was written in the 1930s) And the book ends on an odd New Age note. Bizarre. Summary: Focus on what you want with passion, become obsessed and believe in your vision, mix with faith and take action towards it. Time saved. You're welcome. Grant Cardone & Tony Robbins is waaaay better than this.
Loved it5By rell dullaWill reread this for the rest of my life.
Mr.Hope5By Angel178220Book is a life changer. I’m only 22 and this book has gave me great value. It has forever changed my mind. When I become successful I will give this book a lot of credit!!!!
Good4By Mr Watson 🇯🇲Good read but did lose me at some parts but regardless when you get to the end you will learn many new things and see life and yourself through a different set of eyes
God and love5By eleventhirtypmThe Bible and this book are the only ones you’ll need to read!!!
Inspiring5By Rachael real userAll of the positive comments in this review are accurate. If you came here you have found exactly what you’ve been looking.
Lifelong study5By Demian GaticaThis book is not meant to be a fast read, it is a lifelong study of a Philosophy.
An African American Perspective5By SaltGodSo, I’m a junior at Jackson State University. My friend group is BIG on self-sustainability. All my friends eventually want to run their own businesses or medical practices and other things in that nature. Books like these are in rotation often. We are trying to prosper. This book is a great book. Amazing read. Life changing. It is not to be read in one sitting. It’s not a fast read. You have to take notes as you go along through the principles. This book is full of knowledge. I love it. From the perspective of a 21 year old African American woman hailing from the South Side of Chicago there are things in here that are delivered in a cut and dry manner that aren’t that way for us in reality. Self aware black readers will understand that parts of this book need to be tailored a tad to fit some of our circumstances. The plus side is it is easy to do such with this book. Some of the references to success are reaching; nevertheless they can be looked over or mentally replaced. I myself am not an entrepreneur per say. It’s not all about the money for me. I want to find the motivation to make it through medical school. This book can be easily applied and/or mentally altered to fit your lifestyle and goals. When I say mentally I mean when you think about applying these changes to your life. To conclude my review: I love this book. It’s full of motivational quotes to remember. It’s well written. You should take notes while you are reading. Read slow and take in all the information. Some this can be altered to better fit your life.
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