|Title:||Think and Grow Rich|
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|Publisher:||The Ballantine Publishing Group; 1st edition (January 1, 1983)|
The Think and Grow Rich is the best single book on personal success written by Napoleon Hill. This book enables readers what to do? How to do and how to sell personal services in practical life? The magical wording of the book provides a perfect system.
Think & Grow Rich is probably THE most famous success book of all time. It was written by Napoleon Hill in 1937 and has sold over 15 million copies. The premise of the book is simple: Riches begin with a state of mind. If we want to get rich, we must first change our minds so that we become, as Napoleon Hill calls it, money conscious. He says that we must literally THINK ourselves rich. The term riches by the way could mean any form of wealth like money, happiness, healthy relationships, business success et. .This book offers the How-To of the aforementioned concept
Think and Grow Rich was written in 1937 by Napoleon Hill, promoted as a personal development and self-improvement book. While the book's title and much of the text concerns increasing income, the author insists that his philosophy can help people succeed in any line of work, to do and be anything they can imagine
This is one of the best-selling self-help books of all time. Written during the Great Depression, it incorporate. A little more than thirty years ago, Edwin C. Barnes discovered how true it is that men really do THINK AND GROW RICH. His discovery did not come about at one sitting. It came little by little, beginning with a BURNING DESIRE to become a business associate of the great Edison.
In Hill’s own words: The major reason why I wrote this book on how to get money is the fact that the world has but lately passed through an experience that left millions of men and women paralysed with the fear of poverty. Fortunately, Think and Grow Rich delivers on both title and contents. Its methods are clear, simple and directed at financial gain. And yet, with a grasp of the principles underneath they can be easily applied to any outcome we choose. Napoleon Hill’s take? Whether you want to make millions, change the world or find peace – the best place to start is inside you. You can’t change the rules of the game.
In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill teaches what called the thirteen steps to riches. Those thirteen steps, he claimed, were the secret to building wealth. Needless to say, I was intrigued. I’ve included many of them in this post for you to see, too. Hill claimed he learned the thirteen steps to riches from Andrew Carnegie whom he worked with for two decades. Carnegie was the wealthiest man in the world at the time. Although Think and Grow Rich changed my life in many ways, two things stick out above all.
his formula will work for all who are ready for it. This single application of the secret, by that young man-Charles M. Schwab-made him a huge fortune in both money and OPPORTUNITY. Roughly speaking, this particular application of the formula was worth six hundred million dollars. These facts-and they are facts well known to almost everyone who knew Mr. Carnegie-give you a fair idea of what the reading of this book may bring to you, provided you KNOW WHAT IT IS THAT YOU WANT. While this book was being written, my own son, who was then nishing the last year of his college work, picked up the manuscript of chapter two, read it, and dis-covered the secret for himself. He used the information so effectively that he went directly into a responsible position at a beginning salary greater than the average man ever earns.
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