Book Summary: "Think and Grow Rich", Napoleon HillBut my life is difficult. Hogwash says Hill. All it takes is an ounce of faith, a pinch of positivity and plenty of practice. Looking for short answers? Jump straight to the methodology section. Think and Grow Rich contains 7 step-by-step guides, 2 questionnaires, and at least 20 inventories. The subconscious mind is the seat of creativity and a tireless servant of the body.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Book Summary: “Think and Grow Rich”, Napoleon Hill
Read the full comprehensive summary at Shortform. The main premise of Think and Grow Rich is that our thoughts create our reality. If we know what we want, desire and pursue it single-mindedly, have faith and create a plan, we can think it into being. Hill offers a specific action plan and principles for achieving riches, which he gathered from interviews with wealthy people, including Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and Charles M. He began with a conversation with Carnegie, who he says challenged him to spend 20 years interviewing successful men to capture in writing a philosophy of success that anyone, regardless of their station in life, can successfully emulate. Although the book focuses on financial success, its principles also are applicable to other goals.
In , Andrew Carnegie, then the richest man in the world gave an assignment to a young journalist called Napoleon Hill who had prodded him on how he had become rich. The youthful Napoleon Hill spent more than two decades observing, interviewing, and analyzing many self-made millionaires in regard to their money-making achievements. Hill published the now-classic book, Think and Grow Rich, in The result was the bible of financial freedom. The success formula is as relevant and useable now as it was years ago. Carnegie had risen from being a Scottish immigrant with no money, worked himself the way up to become a giant steel manufacturer. He believed that anyone could achieve the same success as him and wanted his success formula passed on to the world.
Magical thinking. Flat earth. I have to question anything Rockstar publishes or recommends with rating this book 5 stars. Sit on your hands. Picture of inaction. Certainly that will move you ahead.