Is there a certain key to riches? A surefire secret to riches that is established and proven? If a secret like that exists, it can only be found in the minds of the most successful men on earth, people who built an empire from scratch. That was the task given to book author Napoleon Hill by Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie challenged Hill to spend 20 years of his life exploring the money-making secret or formula and take it to the world, to people who would fail without it. Hill accepted the challenge. He realized the magnitude of the task, but he also realized the opportunity; he realized the tremendous shift that could happen in people if he managed to finish his mission successfully.
“Think and Grow Rich launched both the self-help and the get-rich book genres and Hill became a pioneer of the motivational-speaker-circuit.” – Bankers anonymous
“Considering the fact that this self-improvement masterpiece is still widely read more than 75 years since its initial publication, you know that the information to be gained from its message is valuable.“ ScottDrotar.com
“In short, if your primary challenges in life are a sense of focus and a sense of feeling that you actually can achieve your dreams, read this book.” – The Simple Dollar
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