Yes. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is an inspiring book.
Not really applicable - but in this context Henry Ford
Eloquent and fluent.
This is a great book with a very interesting philosophy, and for me it is incredibly humbling to realize that men have known this for years, that it's nothing 'new age,' but at the same time it's relevant because it's still a philosophy that we haven't mastered yet.
Listening to the book is great, but I need to have a hard copy in order to get all of the content, as a lot of things need to be reviewed and worked through after the initial reading, and the audiobook makes that difficult. Still, I love putting this book on for a quick listen when I feel like learning something/being refreshed.
Yes. Erik is an excellent narrator.
No. There are lots of good findings and ideas in this book. However, most of it should be scrapped because Hill has interpreted all of his research from an incorrect world view. He talks of evolution and cave men. He reduces God to a non-personal energy. He is "out there" on telepathy. He says sex is merely biological when it is clearly spiritual. To discern the truth, one must read carefully.
Nothing. He's great.
Yes but only as an opportunity to learn something about the process of movie production itself.
This book not only answers common sense questions, it answers those very important, sometimes afraid to ask questions - but answers all of the above. It challenges "you," to be the best possible version of "you." If you are looking to gain, not just monetary success, but, success, in general - OPEN THIS BOOK AND JUST "READ" (Whether paperback, or audio)... "GREAT READ," really expands the way one thinks.
Husband, father, minister, entrepreneur. In a word, BLESSED!
Think and GROW!
Absolutely not! This is a book to take in small bites, chew on it, get everything you can out of the section that you listened to, then move on. This book takes time, it is a study not a read.
Keep your mind open as you listen to this book. This isn't about the top 10 stock tips that will give you your fortune, but about making you a successful person.
Attending The University of Ford F150 Truck at The Asphalt Campus in Nashville Tn.
Full of good information about life for the matured
That I can get what I want if I want it bad enough.
Excellent examples of how to master oneself which then leads to enriching your life in all aspects ie money, health, well being, family, being happy, and I guess why we are here and who is in control.
I really liked this audio-book, as it high lights that you are in control of your mind and your action which leads to your environment.
Yes I would try another book by Napoleon Hill, as I did enjoy this one.
Ford - As his schooling was so little but yet he is such a success.
This book got me interested and reflecting on myself and how I allow others to make me feel. I will now actively work on this to make me a better person
Excellent book for all people of any age.
Should be mandatory for all high schools, as it provides examples of what one needs to do if they want to succeed and if they don't get that from home (which 80% of people do not) then at least they can utilise the examples in the book.
I already have recommended to my friends because I see the potential they have to achieve their definite chief goals, they just need that final push.
the breakdown of the mindset of success.
The child from Mr. Darby story who conquered his uncle by "MY MAMMY'S GOTTA HAVE THAT FIFTY CENTS"
THE MASTER MIND.
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!