Think and Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich

eBook - 2002
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Think and Grow Rich is one of the most instrumental books of all time. Since its first publication in 1937, many have cited Hill&́#x80;™s philosophies as the cornerstone to their financial and overall personal success. After studying many of the wealthiest and most successful men and women of his day, Hill created his famous formula to moneymaking. &́#x80;œYou can learn to acquire vast amounts of wealth by learning to think like the men and women who have already achieved wealth and success.&́#x80; In this book, Hill offers a roadmap of how to reach your goals, fulfill your highest potential and live happily by using the power of the mind. &́#x80;œIf you conceive it, you can achieve it,&́#x80; said Hill. &́#x80;Ø Teaches Andrew Carnegies famous formula for moneymaking, &́#x80;œThirteen Proven Steps to Riches.&́#x80; &́#x80;Ø Contains tributes to the author from great American Leaders and buisnessmen, including F.W. Woolworth, Woodrow Wilson, who attribute their enormous success to this book.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, Frederick Fell Publishers, Inc.,, 2002
Copyright Date: ©2002
ISBN: 9780883912775
Branch Call Number: DOWNLOADABLE eBOOK
Characteristics: data file,rda
1 online resource (288 pages)

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Chefchan84
Mar 07, 2016

I'm currently reading this book. This is a great book for entrepreneurs. My family has started a reading book club and this is the first book that we are reading. Love his perseverance.

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rswcove
Nov 06, 2015

This is basically the original self help book, which works both for and against it. This book was written before self help authors realized it was more profitable to praise people for 'raising their consciousness' than actually expecting them to do work, and so the book gives practical advise. But at the same time, this book is the original self-help book and thus most of the books that followed ripped off Mr. Hill shamelessly, making much of this familiar reading if you have read any self-help book ever. And finally it is an old book. The author actually knew Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and President Franklin Roosevelt. This means that much of what he recommends is no dated, either in application (hiring a typist for instance) or in cultural assumptions (the latent sexism and prudish puritan protestant assumptions for example). You could do worse than this book, but keep in mind the context if you choose to read it.

Fabulandra Aug 07, 2012

A simple message made accessible to anyone who cares to read it.

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millssean21
Mar 09, 2011

I was reffered to this book after reading 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' Very much like the book 'the secret' I believe this book inspired the makers of the best selling book 'the secret'
Not a bad read. I didn't finish it though I found I read to many of these kind of books. Maybe pick it up later.

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