Adetailed journey on all aspects of aproaching success and self evaluations to stop your bad habits that you never realized you had.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking to take the risk of investing in oneself to excel in life. While listening to this book I came across scores of people who use, and strongly believe in, Hill's philosophies and all of them are wildly successful. This book asks you to have faith in yourself and take a chance in life... The biggest chance you'll likely ever take. It's definitely worth the read!
It amazes me how relevant the content of this book is. Technology has changed, but people really haven't. If you are serious in making positive changes in your life, this book is a must have!
Co-Founder of Film Colossus and Director of Operations of Red Fez Publications. Author of Killer &Victim.
At this point, no. He's given no concrete details. Just, "You need to want it! If you desire it, and have a burning desire, then it will come true." This is exactly the kind of stuff that people derided "The Secret" for. It's a 9 hour book, so I'm guessing that it goes from magical and macro to something a little more applicable and grounded?
I've just finished reading "How to Win Friends and Influence People" which was practical and entertaining and inspiring in a lot of ways. "Think and Grow Rich" has just been a lot of macro talk about being passionate and how "if you want something bad enough, then you can make it happen." The weirdest part is that Hill continually says that we have to realize the great secret ourselves. That it's a part of each chapter, but he won't tell us what it is. We have to figure it out. That doesn't sound sincere to me. It sounds like someone trying to insure themselves against criticism. "The book didn't work for you because he didn't discover the secret that we swear is here but that we won't tell you."
None, so far.
Going to keep listening, maybe my opinion will change.
One of the greatest works of art. This book must be read/listened from everyone who is on a journey to find himself and who is searching for the key to his destiny! Enjoy the ride...
Believing in yourself is one thing, this book is another. Whenever a book needs to user half of the first chapter to tell you everyone who endorses it you should be wary. In short I stopped reading after the book jumped from psychological concepts, to the mystical ether you can use to make things magically happen for you.