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Think and Grow Rich!: The Original Version, Restored and Revised [Paperback]

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Pages   412
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 1" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75"
Weight:   1.4 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Oct 1, 2004
Publisher   Aventine Press
ISBN  1593302002  
EAN  9781593302009  

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Think and Grow Rich : The Original Version, Restored and Revised . Napoleon Hill's classic book -- the all-time bestseller in the personal success field -- offers a life-altering experience. It teaches thousands of people the practical steps to high achievement and financial independence every year. This new edition is the first to contain extensive footnotes, endnotes, appendices, and an index. Now more than a motivational work, it is also a reference book and a mini-history book providing valuable information about Hill, his times, and his success philosophy. TGR's greatest value is not only that it can make you financially successful. It can help YOU -- or ANYONE -- get whatever it is that you desire from life.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 in Virginia and died in 1970 after a long and successful career as a lecturer, an author, and as a consultant to business leaders. Think and Grow Rich is the all-time bestseller in its field, having sold 15 million copies worldwide, and sets the standard for today s motivational thinking."

Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 and died in 1970.

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  1. Dover Empower Your Life
  2. Tarcher Master Mind Editions
  3. Think and Grow Rich (Audio)
  4. Your Coach in a Box

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The Book That Began the Self-Help Industry: Learn the Real Secrets of Success Here  Nov 23, 2008
There is one quality which one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to possess it.
-Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill wrote the classic of best-seller on personal-success. This is the book that began the self-help industry. Study and master these timeless principles of success.

Hill was born into poverty and dedicated 25 years of his life to study and model successful men such as Charles Schwab, Theodore Roosevelt, and Henry Ford to discover the secret principles that would help the average man achieve great financial and emotional wealth.
A must read for success oriented people but dated, flawed and a little dry  Oct 23, 2008
First off - I tell everyone who wants to make money with his
or her own business online to read this book. The reason is
because it's easy to find and contains solid principles
which most business beginners and salespeople are ignorant
of - or at least too intellectually lazy to remember and

Very few people actually bother to read the book. I
actually use this book as a litmus test for people I coach.
I tell them to read it before we do anything. Most of
them just slink away - their desire to make money online
is so feeble they cannot be bothered to spend a few
hours reading a PDF.

While the vast majority of people who actually read the
book will apply it weakly if at all - at least readers
have been exposed, many for the first time in their lives,
to the principles which successful people practice,
whether they have read the book or not.

Read it a couple of times. You can download it easily
enough. That's why I recommend it. Tell a fellow he
must pay money for it or go somewhere to get it and
he will do nothing - give it to him in a link and then
he has it and can decide whether he will read it or not.
Most folks are, in my experience, too lazy to bother.

The book is written with hypnotic flair, though some of
the early chapters are dull. It is populated by stories
of successful industrialists, who I guess were the sorts
of guys businesspeople admired in 1937. Today we'll find
some of the values of Think and Grow Rich sort of old-

The book's major thrust is the principle of autosuggestion,
which may have been a somewhat inventive idea in 1937.
It's just a theroy, so try it out by all means but just
understand that the book is 70 plus years old and we've
learned a lot about how we learn and change since then.
Personally I find the later stuff of Maxwell Maltz
and guys like Tony Robbins more relevant to us today -
but their books are under copyright and not to be shared
freely as this one is.

My life has changed  Oct 18, 2008
The lessons I have learned in Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich have changed my life forever. Once I learned how to change my thoughts and dreams into burning desires, it seemed there wasn't anything I couldn't achieve. Truly the best!

Tommy Hilcken
Life Success Workshops
Ogdensburg, NJ
It's not perfect!  Jul 2, 2008
There is no such thing as a perfect book. People tend to see things in black and white, well there's nothing completely black or white; there's only shades of gray. You can get some good advice out of most books, even if a little. But there is no perfect book that presents you a complete and truthful view of the road to success.

Many books appear to be unreasonable in some of its content; but lucky us we are born with a powerful tool that helps us discern between what we should take and leave from a book: common sense. I should use it, and you probably should too.

This book is no exception. Personally, I would suggest that you read the first part of the book with a higher focus than the rest. It is very inspirational, and explain a success principle that, even though very common nowadays in other books, is still of major importance. For someone who hasn't read much of success books, these chapters are a good start.

The metaphysics and new age theories that Napoleon Hill proposes should be taken with a measure of healthy skepticism. To believe in them is a personal choice, and you should use your common sense to decide.

To people that has read many success books before, this book proposes nothing new. Though I should state this around, as this book came first than most of the others. It basically tells how you need to have a burning desire to achieve success, and have faith that you will succeed. Mostly, it presents this with an inspirational tone; so if you're looking to get your spirit up, try it.
General Principles  May 20, 2008
A classic. Principles of getting rich are mentioned. Even though I didn't get rich, it did help me achieve
another goal.

Topics like Desire, Faith, Autosuggestion and Specialized Knowledge
are all essential to get rich. I do feel something is missing
from this book. Great violinists and pianists can also be
rich but I don't think they have to begin with the first chapter:
Desire (for money). They simply have a temperament, gift,
and passion for music. Because the perform well in their
professions, the money comes in naturally.

This book might have made some people rich but I don't
think it's the only way. To be fair, no reading of any single
book can make you rich. You need to have understanding,
practice, and application of what you've read - together
with other books.

I am not rich yet so I give this classic 3 stars.

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