Think and Grow Rich

Probably the most profound “self-help” book ever written.  I first read this book nearly two decades ago and it finally paid off.  I can confidently say that my success in breaking a million dollars wouldn’t have been possible if I hadn’t read this book.

Authored by Napoleon Hill in the 1930′s this book is the original “get-rich” book.  But unlike so many of the fads that have come and gone over the decades, this book still delivers.  I would bet that most of the financial self-help books are spin-offs of this book.  Napoleon Hill wanted to know what made newly-rich people different from “ordinary” people.  He went around and interviewed people like Mellon, Carnegie, Edison, Vanderbilt and catalogued what they all had in common.  He found that they all had similar characteristics, recorded them and then set out to try them himself.

Indeed, Napoleon Hill did become rich and proved that the method that he recorded worked.  He does not take credit for the method – he only recorded what he learned from the moguls of industry and finance.

If you don’t have a copy, here is a link where you can download a free copy to be read on your Kindle, iPhone, computer or any other electronic device.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Reading this book is a must read for anyone who desires financial independence.  Since it is free – and proven, there is NO EXCUSE not to read it.  I’m currently re-reading it again – this is my 8th or 9th read.  I’m reading it to glean ideas for my 2nd million.

I can vouch for this book – it worked for me, it can work for you!

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