This Book is about more than getting rich: it’s about getting what you want.
Think And Grow Rich is one of the most prestigious and treasured books in the field of motivational literature. Napoleon Hill gives you a blueprint for self-mastery helping you accomplish whatever goal you have set up for yourself.
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Hill’s advice is always useful, even if not always completely truthful. For instance, he repeatedly claims that “thoughts can affect mother nature.” I don’t think this is true, and Hill doesn’t provide any evidence to support his claim, but his reader might be better off believing it. Because thoughts do profoundly affect you. And if you think you can affect nature by thought alone, and “think” accordingly, the impact this will have on your beliefs and your actions can be profound.
“Napoleon Hill mentions that every page within the book contains a magical secret that, once discovered, will unlock the key to making money and becoming wealthy beyond your current wildest dreams.”The Book Guide® Editor
“Lack of evidence” is a common theme through “Think and Grow Rich.” Some of the claims Hill makes are pretty crazy, though they’re presented as if they were glaringly obvious and unquestionably true. He often states that a claim has been “proved” where it’s simply been stated. You’ll read about the transmutation of the subconscious, about how thought vibrations travel through the ether, and how to plant creativity in your subconscious via communication with the infinite intelligence.
The book is heavy on mystical musings and light on facts. That said, I don’t think these bits of battiness detract from Hill’s core message, and if anything, my occasional outrage kept me engaged.
To make the most out of this book, one time reading is not enough, time to time you need to revisit and pick the chapter you’re lacking in your personal life and re-read it.
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by The Book Guide® Editors4.7/5 Very good