Book Review – Think and Grow Rich

Book: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve. —N. Hill

There’s always a place in my home for a textbook on how to win in life. I can’t promise Hill has all of the answers. What I can guarantee is that he has some wild ideas, but in the end you’re going to appreciate his philosophy of action and effect. Sometimes we need the not so subtle reminder that our failures in life can be our own fault.

We have the remarkable ability to choose our thoughts, words and actions. So, at the end of the day we have to acknowledge our ownership of our personal lives. We can choose how we think, and as a result we can grow into our vision of the future. It only makes sense to recognize that how we spend our time and thoughts will have a large impact on how we achieve the future of our dreams.

I have read this text at least once a year for the past three years, and every time I find the seed of motivation I need to make the life changing actions necessary to be resilient in the face of adversity. I can’t promise this will work for you, but I can confess my life, career and prosperity have increased each year since I’ve begun this journey.

I fondly wish you the resilience necessary to be steadfast as you begin your own journey toward a brighter future.

3 thoughts on “Book Review – Think and Grow Rich

  1. I find the book very insightful to. First time I tried to read it I barely understood it because of the strange principles so I had to do some external reading first but the second time, most of the content made sense and the few ideas borrowed and applied brought some positive change. Thanks for the review.


    1. I definitely wouldn’t call Napoleon Hill an easy read, so I understand where you’re coming from Kinge. I think it really comes down to his writing being a little dated which makes it harder for modern readers to grasp his reasoning or anecdotes at times. He really wants the reader to discover the secret on their own, and that can be frustrating when you just want someone to give you the golden answer upfront.

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      1. Very true. But without doing the discovery by yourself you might miss his point entirely. He was an ingenious author. Also his concepts might be difficult to grasp since most are deeply spiritual and others border mythycal but are all truths, hidden in plain sight. Thanks Best.


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