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Think — Grow Rich is the world’s most famous motivational and self-help book, written by Napoleon Hill and inspired by a suggestion by Scottish-American businessman Andrew Carnegie - one of the wealthiest people of his time. It was first published in 1937 during the Great Depression, and it remains the biggest seller of Napoleon Hill's books, selling a reported 30 million copies over the last 80 years. This all-time classic is professionally recorded and ready for your total enjoyment.

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Average book with horrible narration

Sex energy? Hexes? Bad science throughout, and a tiny bit of inspiration sprinkled in. HORRIBLE narrator, couldn't pronounce half the words, mumbled over other parts, spoke so fast at times he was impossible to understand, and didn't pause at times that clearly called for it. recanize? skeptatism? and about 20 more... just awful.

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Very good content for self awareness, motivation and positive outlook for life

This book is a secret document to knowing oneself . Seldom in this world does one stop and think how and why one acts and does things the way they do . We think we know ourselves totally when most of us really don't . This book helps us understand how we can understand and control our thoughts for happiness and satisfaction through better results .

I had a very tough time getting used to the narrator because he speaks fast and has a bit of a robotic tone. I would have liked someone to be slower and give pauses at statements that require thought. Having said that by some mysterious force I got used to him by the 5th chapter and didn't mid him. at all beyond that. So if you have a tough time with the narration may be being a little patient will help .

Have a good listen and enjoy ! )

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Narration Too fast

What aspect of Jai Hutcherson’s performance would you have changed?

The Narration should be very slow for people to follow and digest the content. Unlike several other audiobooks that I have listened to, the narration of this book is too fast.

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  • David
  • Humboldy, TN, United States
  • 09-20-10

It is as fresh today meeting the needs of people.

It shows you how to meet your goals an surpass them and to make greater sterides than you would have thought possible.

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  • Antonio
  • 10-22-15

This book is amazing

This book is very powerful and can help many people who are looking for more than what they have.