The most disappointing thing about this book was the editor's comments. I found myself shouting for her to just shut up and allow the author to tell his story.
ALL of the editor's comments.
Did I say that the editor's comments ruined this book.
Yes, because of the wisdom it offers. All your setbacks in life will be answered in this interview Napoleon Hill has with the Devil. You'll understand why your constantly caught up in a web of doubt and fear -- more so the book reveals what allows you to get out of this web.
There are similarities with other books on the subject on producing good habits and willpower
but the reason this book opened my eyes is I understand why I would go back to my bad habits that caused me to procrastinate, not stay focused, ect....
The law of hypnotic rhythm is my favorite chapter -- makes total sense and since I've read that chapter it's totally changed my life forever!
This book will change your life if you let it -- I've read lots of self improvement books BUT the wisdom in this book is unprecedented.
Makes me believe that Napoleon Hill really had an interview with the Devil.
I'm empowered thru my ability to be and to the extent that I am definite. Sharon... why oh why did you feel out necessary to interject throughout the book instead of writing your own book revealing your thoughts on this book. or even saving your thoughts for the end. it just seemed insulting to the original text and honestly annoying to keep hearing breaks in the flow of conversation to hear a third party coming in, qualifying, interpreting and framing the points being made as if it was unclear. I do not mean to be rude, just honest feedback. And the references to the other book she wrote didn't help. although I believe it would be a worthwhile read. .