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This is the best-selling success book of all time and the secret to your network marketing business. Over 60,000,000 copies have been sold. In 1883, Napoleon Hill was born into poverty. In 1910, while working as a reporter, he was assigned to interview billionaire industrialist Andrew Carnegie. During this interview, Carnegie gave hints about the "secret" he had used to attain wealth.

Carnegie believed the process of success was a simple formula which could be duplicated by the average person. Impressed with Hill, Carnegie commissioned him (without pay and only offering to provide him with letters of reference) to interview over 500 successful men and women, many of them millionaires, in order to discover and publish this formula for success.

The project lasted over 20 years, during which Hill became an advisor to two presidents of the United States, Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Think and Grow Rich is the result of these interviews. In your hands is the original and unabridged version, just as Napoleon Hill intended. Although not directly named, Carnegie's "secret" is mentioned no fewer than 100 times. If you are looking for it, and ready to put it to use, you will see it at least once in every chapter. This secret is essential to your network marketing success. Are you ready for it? There's only one way to find out....

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Awesome!

It is a valuable reference book for multiple rereads, implementation, and incorporation into life skills, goal setting, and attainment. It seems like it was written for 2015.

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Effective

Took a while to get through it, but well worth it, and I'm putting it on repeat. With so much packed into this book it will take more listens to fully digest the content. Some of the teachings presented quite powerful ways of looking at things that should propel my progress and personal growth.

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I suppose not for me..

Some nice points but much of it was nothing I didn't already understand. I was very bored with this and I normally enjoy learning.

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great book

thank you for all of the knowledge that was presented so clearly and with great care

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I thought it would be more about network marketing

Even though I was slightly disappointed that it wasn't about network marketing specifically, I still value and enjoy the knowledge shared. Great read.

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What can say? This is a great classic.

Must listen for anyone in business... any sort of business. Loved it from start to finish!

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  • Tim Tobin
  • 07-01-15

American Dreamer overcomes poverty

Napoleon Hill through force of will and association with giants of American industry raises himself time and time again to inspire others to create their own wealth using principles he learned initially from the American Titan Andrew Carnegie. modeling persistence .

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  • lisa
  • 05-17-15

the art of learning

Good and quality from the reader of the book. The contest could be simplified down more but over all a good listen. I would recommend it.