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Napoleon Hill shares his timeless, millionaire-making wisdom. Drawing on the thoughts and experiences of dozens of rags-to-riches tycoons, these priceless, inspiring meditations hold the keys to wealth, power, happiness , and good health.

Originally published in his magazine, Success Unlimited, updated and edited for today's readers, Hill's proven advice covers a wide range of topics, from overcoming obstacles to developing a sense of humor, using your personal initiative, living harmoniously with others, letting your habits work for you, achieving peace of mind, and much more.

A powerful combination of business sense and self-help, A Year of Growing Rich is a masterpiece from an acknowledged authority on motivation and success.

©1993 The Napoleon Hill Foundation; (P)1993 Penguin HighBridge Audio

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Ok: actionable approach, less: depth/reflection.

Napolean Hill's opinion is "proclaimed" as if it is a truth, it includes a few "examples", but barely any statistical or qualitative research findings. Many ideas are "no-brainers" or seem like repetitions of past chapters, however there are many ways towards achieving objectives, not just these. Overloaded with religious rhetoric, but only using samples of Christian faiths. The book lacks a self-reflection, the author is too self-assured. I expected more depth. On the other hand: thank you for the 52 week actionable approach ;) - John N.