Think and Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich Summary

Think and Grow Rich is one of the most popular success book of all-time, having sold more than 60 million copies since it was first published more than 70 years ago.  It has created countless millionaires and success stories in those who have read it, and is the standard against which all other success and self-development books are measured.
 
Written by Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich is the result of more than 500 interviews of America’s wealthiest and most successful business owners in the early part of the 20th century.  It took Hill 25 years to compile, research and ultimately create Think and Grow Rich, and it was Andrew Carnegie who gave Hill the assignment of creating this masterpiece.
 
Think and Grow Rich reveals the “13 steps to riches” that Hill identified in the extensive interviews he completed, and lays a plan of action out that anyone can follow to create success and prosperity in their life.
  You’ll enjoy Hill’s original work in this updated and revised version, which includes an additional free bonus of the special report, “Get More Business, Get More Life!”  In this ground-breaking work, you’ll learn why most entrepreneurs are exhausted and on the path to failure – and what to do about it.



Book Reviews

joshua 🍪

It’s a great book but...3 star

I loved the book until the next half of it. The first book just had so much great informational topics that makes your brain think but after around page 80-100 the book starts to go stale, I don’t know if it was me because I didn’t like the topic of that chapter or I just don’t relate to them somehow. Don’t get me wrong there was SOME good topics in the second half however there was also some boring ones (for me). My favorite part of the book was the last few chapters also the message from the author himself. Great book but there is better in the market now😃35

ceogugua

Book of GREATNESS!5 star

Definitely, there’s POWER to control your world(MINDSET) in this great book!55

this guy is good

Best5 star

Best knowledgeable book I have ever read55

mojossbr

I feel like this book is speaking to me.5 star

This book is very powerful.55

mnt2ve

No sign language encouraged???1 star

I cannot, in good conscience, support a book that talks about feeding “little white lies” to a deaf child. While it is understandable that adversity brings a seed of equivalent advantage, to use one person’s success in hearing to influence others to deny sign language as a means to communicate is utterly wrong.15

Macintosh2911

It's ok. Don't believe the hype.2 star

It 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.25

B. Dyer

Think And Grow Rich5 star

One of my favorite books. I have lost count of how many times I have read this book. I own a hard copy, soft copy and a digital to read at any time.55

Tolis Chan

The worst book1 star

This is the worst book that i have ever read. Waste of time.15

Rpb449

Think & Grow Rich5 star

Excellent ! Very real. Helpful from the basic level to more advanced without bias. Great ideas with strategies to implement. The stories show the results of committing to the strategies.55

Technkl

Could it be this isn’t what everyone seems to think it is?1 star

What’s with all the random capitalizations and such that don’t seem to be relating to emphasis. I’ve been reading a lot of books lately and this one is a big disappointment with no particular goal, just the repetition of the same thing over and over in slightly different ways. Seems like a precursor to Gary V. Maybe this is where he created his style? I don’t like it.15



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