You might not know this, but Napoleon Hill is considered the greatest writer on the topic of success.
Think and Grow Rich, which is one of the most powerful books of all time, and not just the thought of one person shared with the world almost a century ago, but based on a ton of research.
And when I say research, I mean that the guy dedicated two decades of his life to study the mindsets of leaders, millionaires, and successful individuals from different fields.
It’s all about the philosophy of achievement, the principles you need to follow in order to start thinking like those who’ve already got not just rich, but have also seen success in all areas of life.
In today’s episode of the Let’s Reach Success podcast, I’ll share some of that wisdom.
I’ll cite Napoleon Hill, then add some thoughts and action steps.
It still amazes me how all these truths have been around 100 years ago, and people today are still looking for a shortcut to happiness, money, good relationships and successful career. When there are some universal laws of success and failure, knowledge and power, time and money, that we just can’t ignore.
The sooner we accept and understand them, and start working with them, the sooner we’ll see amazing results in all possible aspects.
So, let’s get to it.
- How to approach reading Think and Grow Rich [1:57]
- The state of mind you need to have to accumulate riches [4:43]
- Henry Ford’s key traits, and why he was misunderstood [8:36]
- Napoleon Hill
- Think and Grow Rich
- Free copy of the book [pdf file]
- Bloomberg Businessweek
- Hard work – the real measure of success
- Thomas Edison
- Henry Ford
- Andrew Carnegie
- The importance of planning
- The Rockfellers
- Get Think and Grow Rich on Amazon
- Updated Version of the Book for the 21st Century
- Think and Grow Rich: Original Version
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