What do you want most in your life?
Napoleon Hill describes thirteen steps to individual achievement revealed to him by self-made millionaire Andrew Carnegie. Hill devoted 25 years of research into the minds of America’s wealthy men who experienced rags-to-riches success. It has taken Hill a quarter of a century to produce this book explaining the formula to success which now the average person can discover.
What are you waiting for? Make your dreams come true!
If you know the truth about Napoleon Hill or I should say Oliver N. Hill, you’ll soon realize that much of this book is a fabrication by a conman. Even the first sentence on the cover simply isn’t true. I'd suggest reading about his past rather than this.25
Since starting to read this book, it has changed my life so much. Throughout reading, I’ve made so many changes in all aspects of my life and it’s been the best ever. I definitely recommend this book. I will and believe that I will accumulate all the riches and all the things I have asked for because my mind is the way.55
Most definitely a reread55
This book is amazing!55
Best book ever55
Straight off the bat this book is a scam from one of the earliest con man. Do a bit of research, he DIDN’T even meet Andrew Carnegie. What a joke15
Although we all know that we must go through hardships to get where we want to get, it is important to see what and how successful individuals did to overcome them.55
This was a good read but its not an easy one. the english is older and there is so much information in the book you either cant put it down or like me have to take multiple breaks to digest it. This is definetly not a one time read I beleieve you will have to revist this one especially if you are not practicing what is outlined in the book already. Be prepared to take notes and lots of it.55
The book does touch on some truths (e.g. your thoughts create your reality and the power of affirmations). However, there is a kind of “used-car salesman”, “infomercial” tonality about the book, with phrases like “if you choose to follow some of the instructions but neglect to follow or refuse to follow others—you will fail. To get satisfactory results, you must follow ALL instructions in a spirit of faith”. The book is rife with these types of grandiose, snake oil type promises. My second issue with the book is that it emphasizes making money an obsession. I know..I know. The title “Think and Grow Rich” says it all and therefore a book about making money should not be a surprise to me. But making it an “obsession”? Really? In my personal belief system, the only obsession one should be seeking is Oneness with God, not constantly focused on making money. When you think about it, staying constantly focused on making money is a statement to the Universe that you don’t already have it. It is a constant statement of lack and, as such, you will constantly be trying to make money and not resting in the fact that you are already abundant (see Neville Goddard).25