The stories in this book will help you to understand the trials many amazing people have gone through and give you an understanding that you can do what you want as long as you commit.
Yes Absolutely, This should be called a textbook to life.
One of the most inspiring books I have ever listened to.
If you enjoyed Robert Kiyosaki's "Rich dad, Poor dad" then you owe it to yourself to get this book (and vice versa).
This book will not only make you think, but most importantly, it will make you act. If you are to read one book, and one book only in your life, this is it.
There are some "outdated holes" in the story though, but considering the age of it, this is not a problem.
Think and grow rich is exactly what I needed to hear at this time in my life and it was life changing so it ranks right at the top of my list.
I can't pinpoint what I liked best every chapter was informative but for me I like when a real life story is told to prove a theory, brings a smile to my face.
Chapter 1 is where I had an ah ha moment.
To follow my dream. I'm still learning I'm listening to it for a 2nd time and I'm sure I'll listen for a third!
Not that I'm not a hard worker because I am but you don't need to be and that is entriguing, more fun less serious!
Too many religious tones for my taste; I was not able to finish the book. Hill credits hearing aids used by his hearing impaired son to his faith and unwillingness to succumb to his handicap. Also, there are several mentions and credits to the "Ether"; which is apparently a source of infinite knowledge that anyone can tap into...... That's when I stopped.
If you are more interested in research and fact oriented theories, this book probably isn't for you. I'm surprised there are not more reviews commenting on this.
Say something about yourself!
patently obvious "truths" and a no-brainer for entrepreners.
I'm not sure it will help those who are more comfortable working for others.
This book is my bible, have written version also, the key to success
THINK AND GROW
Great voice, well spoken
How to think success.
The concepts of this book are valuable and timeless but it was a tough book for me to sit and listen too. The narrator does the best he can with the material but it can be pretty dry.
Let's get something straight - TaGR is not a magic book. I've seen so many reviews with "don't alter the original, don't change it, don't add new content" that I was afraid of buying any other version. I have already read the book in paperback so this came as the next natural choice.
TaGR (this version) is good but it's not perfect. The naration sometimes it's not very exciting and it can get lost in the background. The story focuses on the TaGR methodology which is fine but it's sometimes alienating to hear examples from 75 years ago. The lenght is way too big especially since the principles are not so many.
So I enjoyed this purchase. However, I enjoy a lot more my copy of the 21st century edition. It's far better edited, the sound quality seems better (it's totally subjective) and it's far more relatable than to the classic.
Therefore, if you want TaGR on steroids, look for the latest version. It's far longer but it's worth it.
Desire, will power and perseverance.
With pure preserverance he caused his deaf son to hear.
He reads with ease and clarity, therefore makeing the story go faster.
No too much to take in, you would loose some of the information.