The moment you get it
When you connect thought to the ether
Great for young professionals
Less advance notice and no excessive agitations ("you should follow...")
Excessive bragging and agitations.
If you like being agitated ("you will be able to ... if you follow ..."), or you can be motivated by that, then it might be a good listen.
I listen to this book over and over again...my only complaint is that the chapters do not match what's in the book and that makes it a bit difficult to follow along with the written copy which is now in the public domain....this is a MUST READ for anyone going to high school, college or school of hard knocks. Live it and become successful!
Haven't but his voice is awesome to listen to and follow along with.
This was disappointing. The description I read had given me the impression that this was like a compilation of advice and mini bios of the successful men mentioned, most of them from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, just before this was written. Instead I got an inane self-help book. Which was hardly helpful, and only rarely gave me new food for thought.
Some of the things that I felt were so awful were just out of date and wrong, including the sexist attitude and some if the "science" cited. Other perspectives were still somewhat relevant, given the parallels that might be drawn between the Depression era and our own recent 'great recession' and the general attitude of the public loss if faith and distrust of Wall Street and political leaders... but that aspect was hardly redeeming.
There were a few surprising and mildly interesting anecdotes, such as about Ex-King Edward and Mrs. Simpson, Ghandi, Ford, Schwab, and others. But mostly it was just babble about generally obvious paths and obstacles applicable to any kind of goal one wants to achieve.
If self help and repetitive mantras, long lists of things to practice, and fears to conquer is what you want - then by all means this is for you. It put me to sleep, and when I did manage to stay awake I found it generally frustrating and useless. The narrator at least was not inappropriate for such a book, but there wasn't much in the way of great dialogue or depth of emotion to make a voice really take the gold medal. And like I said, with the help of his boring subject-matter, he put me to sleep.
I only paid a few dollars for this on sale, but even so I think I will be returning it. Thanks for nothing, Carnegie and Hill.
This book was so informative and explained in detail how to reach your goals. It is very important to study this book over and over again to really get the concepts down because of all of the information. I have ready many many books on this topic and this is by far one of the top books that showed me the path to success. I own the audible version and the kindle version. It is a must read!
That being rich is more than just money.
That anyone could use the information in the book to have a richer life.
A man who spent his lifetime seeking for answers on personal development and patters of how rich people think and behave couldn't go in vain. "Think and Grow Rich" is the manifestation of all the passion and purpose Napoleon Hill put into this book. By following these obvious, yet unshakable principles, one will most definitely pave his way to success, fulfillment and prosperity. However, it takes a lifetime to master those. With this book's company the journey becomes far easier and more enjoyable.
Yes, I would Listen to Think and Grow Rich again because it made think about my life, my ambitions, and my future.
I liked everything about this story. The anecdotes were very interesting, and the explanations were clear and well organized.
The last chapter was my favorite part because I understood through it my fear which I believe is the wall that is stopping me from becoming what I want to become.
I will surely apply all the methods stated in the book because they are with no doubt the keys that open the door of success.
This is in fact my first audiobook ever, it is meant to change your mindset, getting rid of the noise and begin thinking like a successful person.
Rich dad an poor dad, both deal with success and the successful mindset
No but I really like his performance in this book
The power of our thoughts, our thoughts are what determine our actions and then our success, everything we think about is important, we must watch out for negative thinking, and learn to overcome fear.
Buy this book if you are in the search for a message to help you change your mindset, it is a beautifully written book, it is not entertaining though, it is a manual to help you be a better person and reach the success you always dreamed of.
Yes. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is an inspiring book.
Not really applicable - but in this context Henry Ford
Eloquent and fluent.