- Audio Cassette
- Publisher: Highroads Media; Abridged edition (1 March 1987)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0940687003
- ISBN-13: 978-0940687004
- Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 2.1 x 17.7 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
- Customer Reviews: 31 customer reviews
Think and Grow Rich Audio, Cassette – Abridged, Audiobook
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About the Author
Born into poverty in 1883, Napoleon Hill rose to become one of the world's most distinguished and respected authors. He moved from newspaper reporter to law student to working for Andrew Carnegie, and became a confidant and advisor to businessmen and presidents. Hill has counted among his many associates Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mahatma Gandhi, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and hundreds of other world leaders.
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This could easily be subtitled -How to succeed and still be a decent person.
Some of the examples and stories don't date well, there's even some pretty kooky far out thoughts among the wisdom but this is a very good, useful book to pick yourself up again or get started and I strongly recommend it
I soon purchased this book and began reading. Following the instructions given by the author, I completed each chapter with admiration. There is a stage, midway through, where I think the author starts to drift off from his initial direction but soon seems to recollect it all back together. It is filled with insightful, legitimate stories of people who made it big by following the principles contained within this book. It does not seem to imply that these actual successful people used the actual book to become who there were -since the book was published after some of these events- but more so that the book itself is a collection of the way these successful people thought and acted to achieve their successes.
I truly believe anyone, of all ages, of any industry can benefit greatly from reading this book and more so if they read it in the way that the author initially directs them to. A great and entertaining read but even more of a greatly inspiring and motivating lesson.