Napoleon Hill's "Think and Grow Rich" : A 52 Brilliant Ideas Interpretation Paperback
Part of the Infinite Success series
Napoleon Hill is one of the world's most enduringly popular motivational authors.
He spent much of his life researching the behaviours and activities of wealthy people to work out the characteristics that made them so successful.
Through his interviews with hundreds of the most affluent men and women of his time he discovered that if we can learn to think like the rich we can start to emulate their success.
In Think and Grow Rich Hill explained the thirteen simple steps in his formula for success, and by understanding and applying them you can change your life.
The original version of Think and Grow Rich, which has sold 80 million copies worldwide, is a classic containing advice on everything from making your first million to leadership excellence and even maintaining loving relationships.
It is unlikely that there is a personal development seminar anywhere on the planet that can't trace its roots back to Think and Grow Rich. Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich by Karen McCreadie illustrates Hill's thirteen principles of achievement with modern case studies and reviews of recent scientific research to enable 21st century readers to learn how to manage their thinking and transform their quality of life.
Readers will discover: * Why you need to know your 'definite major purpose' in order to make progress; * How remaining flexible can turn set-backs into success; * The power of language and how widening your vocabulary can set you free; * How to harness your subconscious and turn your dreams into reality; * Why you don't need to know it all in order to succeed.
McCreadie's thoroughly up-to-date interpretation of Napoleon Hill's work is not a substitute for the 1937 original, but seeks to illustrate the timeless nature of Hill's extraordinary insights by bringing them to life with modern examples.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 144 pages
- Publisher: Infinite Ideas Limited
- Publication Date: 18/04/2008
- Category: Business & management
- ISBN: 9781904902812