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Publisher's Summary

In 1908, an unknown writer was chosen by Andrew Carnegie, the richest man in the world, to undertake a very special project - interview the most influential and wealthy leaders to determine the common denominator among them for attaining success. That young man was Napoleon Hill, and the book that grew from those interviews was Think and Grow Rich, the bible of personal development and the 20th best-selling book in the history of the world.

Exactly 100 years later the Napoleon Hill Foundation selected two gifted individuals to follow in Hill's historic footsteps and modernize his classic work by interviewing the most celebrated and gifted minds of our modern era. Sharon Lechter and Greg Reid focused their query on a core component of the Think and Grow Rich philosophy by asking one simple question: What inspired you despite overwhelming challenges, dismal odds and discouraging setback to persevere on your quest?

Now, more than ever, we need a reminder that in order to achieve greatness our determination must be more powerful that any obstacles confronted. Great pains are prerequisites to great gains. There are no shortcuts. First there is a dream, and then there is struggle followed by victory. The admonition is to not be a footnote in history like R. U. Darby. Who was he? He was a miner during the California Gold Rush who threw in the towel and sold his claim for a hundred dollars. The man who bought the claim dug only 'three feet' before striking one of the richest gold veins in history.
©2009 Sharon L. Lechter CPA and Greg S. Reid; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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By Cheryce on 04-26-10

I'm Truly Motivated

I listened to this book on my drive to work and found it to be a great motivator.

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By Beverly Smith on 09-16-14

The best book so far

Would you listen to Three Feet from Gold again? Why?

Yes, The way the story was told held my attention like no other book.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Three Feet from Gold?

When everything came together for the main character. I look forward to listening to this again.

Which character – as performed by Dan John Miller – was your favorite?

I can't remember his name but the one who was making everything happen. He left his Jacket that started everything.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Never Give UP!!!

Any additional comments?

When you are discouraged, read this book again.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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