Think & Grow Rich - Lectures by Napoleon Hill

  • by Napoleon Hill
  • Narrated by Napoleon Hill
  • 1 hrs and 48 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

This is a great synopsis of the Think & Grow Rich philosophy, by Napoleon Hill himself!
Make no mistake about it, listening to and following the principles of Think & Grow Rich will help individuals in all walks of life achieve their goals. For instance, former heavyweight champion and International Boxing Hall of Fame Ken Norton credited his winning ways to Think & Grow Rich. Norton's victory over "The Greatest", Muhammad Ali, in 1973 is a great illustration of how individuals can beat the odds, achieve their goals, and reach their fullest potential using the principles contained in the motivational book Think & Grow Rich, a book that Norton discusses as a foundation for inspiration on the road to becoming a world champion. Norton also attributes what he learned from Think & Grow Rich for helping him to handle severe adversity from a near-fatal car accident in 1986.
Individuals will accomplish their particular goal(s) in proportion to the effort they put into following the Think and Grow Rich philosophy. Listening to and following the principles in this book will change your life. Think & Grow Rich is one of the greatest self-help books ever.
P.S. Another great book that Norton kept at hand on the road to becoming a world champion was Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone.
P.P.S. One more excellent companion to Think & Grow Rich is Everything I Needed to Know About Success, I Learned in the Bible (And So Can You!). This book uses principles of success from the Bible and Think & Grow Rich.

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Not what you think

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes I would recommend it , but It is not the book it is his Video that he made that just covers the Principles in the book


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- Andre Williams

Concise yet repetitive, repetitive.

The ending gets repetitive and may even completely repeat previous sections. The repetition seems to be intentional for emphasis.
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- Michael

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-11-2012
  • Publisher: ABN