• Think and Grow Rich

  • By: Napoleon Hill
  • Narrated by: Kevin Theis
  • Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (38 ratings)

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Think and Grow Rich

By: Napoleon Hill
Narrated by: Kevin Theis
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Think and Grow Rich was written in 1937 by Napoleon Hill. Hill details 13 "steps" in which one can succeed not only monetarily, but in any line of work. Napoleon Hill discusses his time spent with some of the richest individuals of the United States (Andrew Carnegie, Charles M. Schwab, Henry Ford, among various others). He goes into further detail explaining the "Carnegie Secret" and how many billionaires in the US have followed this philosophy. Having sold over 100 million copies worldwide, Think and Grow Rich is arguably the best self-help/personal success book, that many millionaires have accredited their success to.

Public Domain (P)2018 Bassett Publishing

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Just as good as I heard

great book. just add good as i heard it was. i recommend it strongly and will definitely listen again.

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Religious hokey-pokey not worth your time

First off: Be wary of anyone who needs to tell you their full resume, who they know and how important they are before getting to the actual information. This book is name-dropping galore.

Second: Be wary of anyone who says they are in possession of a great secret, but they won't tell you what it is. (Spoiler alert: The secret is desire, grit, determination or, as it is often depicted in this book, bone-headed stubbornness).

Grit and determination are valuable traits for anyone who wants to get ahead in life, I still can't recommend this book. Take the story of the author's son; While I find it inspiring and uplifting that he found a way to beat his deafness, it was not sheer will or desire who did it for him. It was a hearing aid.

Saying that any deaf person can become a hearing person if he or she only desires it enough is quite insulting. It implies that anyone who is deaf just lacks determination.

And that's the problem with this book. It implies that you can achieve anything (and I do mean anything) by just wishing for it. You only have to wish (or pray) hard enough. And if you still don't get what you wish for, it must be your own fault for not wishing hard enough.

Don't read this book. There are several good options for those who want to develop grit and overcome hardship, without turning to supernatural nonsense or victim-blaming.

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Clásico del desarrollo personal

No imaginé que tuviera tan buen contenido. El narrador excelente, me llevo grandes lecciones de vida

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Great content but too wordy

I appreciated all the valuable content and lessons however, just spit it out. The book could have been 3 hours less if they took out all the talk about how good the “secret” would be. All this build up for no reason.

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  • 06-28-18

Old fashioned but excellent message.

Old fashioned wording and sounds sexist but acceptable for its time and an excellent message.