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      About the Author

      NAPOLEON HILL (1883-1970), best known for his global bestseller Think and Grow Rich, was a self-help author and businessman whose work has influenced millions across the world, from Norman Vincent Peale to Donald Trump. Born poor, Hill lived a colourful life, pursuing several different business ventures and professions. He also met and advised many famous people, such as US President Woodrow Wilson. Hill eventually found widespread success as a motivational author, writing several books on how to achieve success and practically creating the self-help genre.

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      Think And Grow Rich

      Every human being who reaches the age of understanding of the purpose of money, wishes for it. Wishing will not bring riches. But desiring riches with a state of mind that becomes an obsession, then planning definite ways and means to acquire riches, and backing those plans with persistence which does not recognize failure, will bring riches.

      The method by which DESIRE for riches can be transmuted into its financial equivalent, consists of six definite, practical steps, viz:

      First: Fix in your mind the exact amount of money you desire. It is not sufficient merely to say ‘I want plenty of money.’ Be definite as to the amount. (There is a psychological reason for definiteness which will be described in a subsequent chapter).

      Second: Determine exactly what you intend to give in return for the money you desire. (There is no such reality as ‘something for nothing’.)

      Third: Establish a definite date when you intend to possess the money you desire.

      Think And Grow Rich

      Fourth: Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire, and begin at once, whether you are ready or not, to put this plan into action.

      Fifth: Write out a clear, concise statement of the amount of money you intend to acquire, name the time limit for its acquisition, state what you intend to give in return for the money, and describe clearly the plan through which you intend to accumulate it.

      Sixth: Read your written statement aloud, twice daily, once just before retiring at night, and once after arising in the morning. AS YOU READ—SEE AND FEEL AND BELIEVE YOURSELF ALREADY IN POSSESSION OF THE MONEY.

      It is important that you follow the instructions described in these six steps. It is especially important that you observe, and follow the instructions in the sixth paragraph. You may complain that it is impossible for you to ‘see yourself in possession of money’ before you actually have it. Here is where a BURNING DESIRE will come to your aid.

      Think And Grow Rich

      If you truly DESIRE money so keenly that your desire is an obsession, you will have no difficulty in convincing yourself that you will acquire it. The object is to want money, and to become so determined to have it that you CONVINCE yourself you will have it.

      Only those who become ‘money conscious’ ever accumulate great riches. ‘Money consciousness’ means that the mind has become so thoroughly saturated with the DESIRE for money, that one can see one’s self already in possession of it.

      To the uninitiated, who has not been schooled in the working principles of the human mind, these instructions may appear impractical. It may be helpful, to all who fail to recognize the soundness of the six steps, to know that the information they convey was received from Andrew Carnegie, who began as an ordinary laborer in the steel mills, but managed, despite his humble beginning, to make these principles yield him a fortune of considerably more than one hundred million dollars.

      It may be of further help to know that the six steps here recommended were carefully scrutinized by the late Thomas A. Edison, who placed his stamp of approval upon them as being, not only the steps essential for the accumulation of money, but necessary for the attainment of any definite goal.

      The steps call for no ‘hard labor.’ They call for no sacrifice. They do not require one to become ridiculous, or credulous. To apply them calls for no great amount of education. But the successful application of these six steps does call for sufficient imagination to enable one to see, and to understand, that accumulation of money cannot be left to chance, good fortune, and luck. One must realize that all who have accumulated great fortunes, first did a certain amount of dreaming, hoping, wishing, DESIRING, and PLANNING before they acquired money.

      You may as well know, right here, that you can never have riches in great quantities, UNLESS you can work yourself into a white heat of DESIRE for money, and actually BELIEVE you will possess it.

      Dimensions 1.52 × 19.7 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Rupa Publications India; Special Edition (5 January 2020); Rupa Publications India

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      ‎ English

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      ‎ 240 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 9353338158

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-9353338152

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      ‎ Customer suggested age

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      ‎ 240 g

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      ‎ 13 x 1.52 x 19.7 cm

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      ‎ India

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      ‎ 1 Piece

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      13 reviews for Think And Grow Rich PAPERBACK by Napoleon Hill

      1. Divesh Agarwal

        Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (5/5 stars)”Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill is nothing short of a timeless masterpiece that has left an indelible mark on my life. This book is not merely about acquiring wealth; it’s a profound guide to unlocking the unlimited potential within ourselves and achieving success in every facet of life.Hill’s writing is not just a collection of words; it’s a manifesto for personal transformation. From the moment I started reading, I was captivated by his powerful message and the stories of individuals who turned their dreams into reality. The author’s wisdom has stood the test of time, resonating just as strongly today as when it was first penned.One of the book’s most powerful lessons is the concept of the power of thought. Hill outlines the idea that our thoughts are the driving force behind our actions and, ultimately, our success. He provides a clear roadmap for harnessing the power of our thoughts to shape our destiny. It’s a revolutionary idea that empowers readers to take control of their lives.Throughout its pages, “Think and Grow Rich” emphasizes the importance of setting clear goals and unwaveringly pursuing them. Hill’s principles for goal setting and persistence are invaluable tools that have helped countless individuals achieve greatness. The author’s belief in the principle of “burning desire” is particularly inspiring, urging readers to cultivate a deep passion for their dreams.The book also delves into the significance of building strong relationships and fostering a positive mental attitude. Hill’s insights on these subjects are as relevant in today’s interconnected world as they were in his time. They serve as a reminder that success is not a solo endeavor; it often requires collaboration and a positive mindset.What truly sets this book apart is its practicality. Hill doesn’t just offer philosophical concepts; he provides a clear and actionable blueprint for achieving success. His step-by-step approach is easy to follow and adaptable to various life goals, whether financial, personal, or professional.As I applied Hill’s principles in my own life, I witnessed profound transformations. I gained a newfound sense of purpose, clarity, and motivation. “Think and Grow Rich” is more than a book; it’s a life-changing manual that empowers you to take charge of your destiny.”Think and Grow Rich” is a classic for a reason. It’s a testament to the enduring power of positive thinking, goal setting, and perseverance. Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, a career professional, or simply someone seeking personal growth, this book is a must-read. It’s a timeless guide that continues to inspire individuals to dream big, think positively, and ultimately, achieve greatness. It’s a book that has the potential to change your life if you let it.

      2. Adisankar

        I have read many books. I do remember those books which i read. But there are some books that have a special place , this is one of that one of the best books i have read this year . If u r rly onto business and love doing it. This is a pre requisite. This book teaches u something beyond the ordinary ,something which is not taught in scls ,something powerful enough to change ur lifescape. After reading wht i wrote above , if u r not interested in buying this book , I plead to u plsss own a copy. It ‘ll change ur life for sure…😊


        I am glad that it was delivered on timeEdition and page quality are better

      4. Dennis Johnson

        Size 12.5cm×19.6cm, Got this for 94.00(excluding delivery charges). Nice book recieved in good condition, page quality average considering the price

      5. best book to become rich

        best book for become rich

      6. Sanjeev T

        Here the author not only writes about the riches in wealth but also the mentality giving you the process to change the thoughts and enlightening the wisdom

      7. Fatima


      8. Kaashika

        Superb book ❤

      9. Jonathan Roseland

        What Napoleon Hill was Wrong About… I first read this when I was like 19 or 20 years old, I’m 31 now. I’ve heard people say that this book kind of grows with you. I read it again and I think I actually got more out of it the first time I read it. I’ll explain why later…I’ll be honest, I read this book about 11 years ago and, I’ve done a lot of thinking (and doing) since then but I really have not grown rich. So you may want to just stop watching this now if you were hoping to hear from someone who’s made a bunch of money as a result of reading Think & Grow Rich.However, where it’s really ROI’d for me is in rich life experiences…I’ve spent years traveling around the world living in interesting places..Having control of my time. I spent pretty close to 100% of my my time doing the things I want to do.Finding meaningful work. Finding that intersection of what I’m good at, what I’m passionate about and what people are willing to handsomely compensate me for.Having interesting relationships with a diversity of people.And it’s really given me an abundance of the two things that I have always I valued most, which are… 1. An adventurous life of novelty. 2. Being a thinker. Even when I was very young I knew I wanted to be a writer, I knew I wanted to be a philosopher. With the application of the principals in this book I’ve accomplished that.There are some things in this book that I actually think Napoleon Hill was wrong about…Inaccurate PredictionsHe makes some inaccurate predictions…”Crooners and light chatter artists who now pollute the air with wisecracks and silly giggles, will go the way of all light timbers, and their places will be taken by real artists who interpret carefully planned programed which have been designed to service the minds of men, as well as provide entertainment.”Napoleon Hill would be spinning in his grave if he could see how bad art has gotten; a Nicki Minaj music video, a rude comedian perform or a DJ being cheered on by hundreds of people in a nightclub just for pressing buttons on their laptop.He was obviously a capitalist but there’s a couple of passages that reveals some proto-socialism actually, for exampleThe relationship of employer and employee, or of leader and follower, in the future, will be one of mutual cooperation, based upon an equitable division of the profits of business. In the future, the relationship of employer and employee will be more like a partnership than it has been in the past. (p. 67)He also writes”in the future, business will be conducted by methods that will require no pressure. “I don’t know how you would quantify how cut throat on a whole the business world is. I guess businessmen don’t hire mercenaries to break employee strikes anymore and there are a whole lot more self employed people now, but I think Napoleon Hill was, like a lot of great thinkers, a bit deluded by this idea of a fair and benign business world. This is contrary to human nature.He also had an unrealistic optimism about the future of journalism, writing”New leaders will be required in the field of Journalism. Newspapers of the future, to be conducted successfully, must be divorced from “special privilege” and relieved from the subsidy of advertising. They must cease to be organs of propaganda for the interests which patronize their advertising columns. “Again he’d be spinning in his grave if he could see the nepotism that typifies the main stream media today.Psuedo-SpiritualityThe book is rife with psuedo-spiritualityMoreover, men know that this living, pulsating, vibratory energy which permeates every atom of matter, and fills every niche of space, connects every human brain with every other human brain. What reason have men to believe that this same energy does not connect every human brain with Infinite Intelligence? (p. 146)The phrase “infinite intelligence” appears 40 times in the bookfaith is the only agency through which the cosmic force of Infinite Intelligence can be harnessed and used by man. (p. 20)The notion that there is this ethereal none human intelligence, that inspires invention and genius as opposed to it just being a combination of hard work, cleverness, and inherent human ability is interesting. It’s an idea that great writers and thinkers have espoused for a long time, yet it is totally none falsifiable – you can’t really prove or disprove it. So it’s pretty wu-wu, Napoleon Hill also states…Mental telepathy is a reality. Thoughts pass from one mind to another, voluntarily, whether or not this fact is recognized by either the person releasing the thoughts, or the persons who pick up those thoughts. (p. 179)There may actually be some scientific basis for this. You might remember in the video game Rainbow 6 you could use a heartbeat sensor to detect where other people where. This is based upon a real device used by special forces, that works by detecting the electro-magnetic field that the heart gives off. Humans seem to have a keen ability to pickup what the electro-magnetic heart fields of those around us are saying. This bio-phenomenon is likely responsible for that effect where you sense the emotions of people around you without some really obvious clue.On FaithThere’s a lot of emphasis on faith”faith is the starting point of all accumulation of riches!”This chapter was maybe a little difficult for me because I’m not a big fan of faith, I’m an empiricist.“faith is a state of mind, and that it may be induced by self-suggestion.”Flowstates__On SexThe most interesting chapter of the book is, I think, on sexThere are other mind stimulants, some of which have been listed, but no one of them, nor all of them combined, can equal the driving power of sex. (p. 132)Among the greatest, and most powerful of these stimuli is the urge of sex. When harnessed and transmuted, this driving force is capable of lifting men into that higher sphere of thought which enables them to master the sources of worry and petty annoyance which beset their pathway on the lower plane. (p. 129)I’ll say something that will perhaps be a little controversial; I think this chapter is just for men. I have no idea how sex transmutation would work for women in the way that Napoleon Hill talks about it working for men.. Maybe someone can tell me?On LoveLove, Romance, and Sex are all emotions capable of driving men to heights of super achievement. Love is the emotion which serves as a safety valve, and insures balance, poise, and constructive effort. (p. 136)He talks about love quiet a bit in the book and it should be noted that the popular definition of love has changed a lot since this book was written. In the past love was a word that signified an intense emotional commitment to something greater than oneself expressed through acts of service. Now love just means like this intoxicated feeling, that you fall into and fall out of randomly, that makes you act stupid. It’s this insatiable desire for someone or something that makes you irrational. It’s this thing that people say to each other for our own emotional validation. I really think modern day love, does more harm than good.On Persistence”The better portion of all sales I have made, were made after people had said ‘NO’.”This reminded me of what’s called The Four Times Rule which comes from a pickup artist. The rule is the you are allowed to approach someone you find attractive four times. Which is really a good rule for anything in life, if you want something persist in asking for it as many as four times.On EducationHe would have been totally dismayed with all the free education available today. He writes that it’s important that we pay cash for our personal development”Being asked to pay, whether the student makes good grades or poor, has the effect of causing one to follow through with the course when he would otherwise drop it.”He goes on to criticize the Public library system”there is one astounding weakness to this marvelous system— it is free! “Which provides an interesting commentary on a current hot button political issue – what Napolean Hill would have thought of free college? He probably would have thought it was a totally asinine notion.On FailureHe lists 30 common causes of failure, there’s one that really jumped out at me, which Napoleon also emphasizesWrong selection of a mate in marriage. This a most common cause of failure. (p. 81)If you’ve ever read the classic book The Millionaire Next Door, in which they really exhaustively analyze the average millionaire in the United States, you know that one of the biggest factors in becoming wealthy is selection of spouse.He goes on to list another common cause of failure…Intemperance. The most damaging forms of intemperance are connected with eating, strong drink, and sexual activities. Overindulgence in any of these is fatal to success. (p. 82)It’s interesting that temperance or Intemperance is a word that is almost completely forgotten by our society. When I was a younger man I seemed to attract a lot of friends who were bad hedonists, completely intemperate. They were fun to be friends with but over time I saw how self destructive their overindulgent impulsiveness was and how it put me at risk. Now I’m really repulsed by people that display intemperance.Invisible CounselorsThis is something pretty cool that can be added to your meditation practice…Every night, over a long period of years, I held an imaginary Council meeting with this group whom I called my “Invisible Counselors.” (p. 154)The procedure was this. Just before going to sleep at night, I would shut my eyes, and see, in my imagination, this group of men seated with me around my Council Table. Here I had not only an opportunity to sit among those whom I considered to be great, but I actually dominated the group, by serving as the Chairman. (pp. 154-155)I now go to my imaginary counselors with every difficult problem which confronts me and my clients. The results are often astonishing, although I do not depend entirely on this form of Counsel. (p. 159)My counselors would be Donald Trump, Stefan Molynuex (A philosopher) and Claus von Stauffenberg (the Nazi who tried to kill Hitler). Who would your invisible counselors be?On Aging?Napoleon Hill recommends that instead of being disparaging of getting older we should[express] gratitude for having reached the age of wisdom and understanding. (p. 176)I totally agree, I’ve really enjoyed getting older. When I was a quiet young man I had this interesting relationship with a Korean business woman, she told me something interesting; Getting older only sucks if you are stupid. If you are stupid years keep passing by and you don’t advance in life, life doesn’t get any better. Life actually gets worse. You become increasingly self delusional and bitter. However, if you are smart life just keeps getting better and better over time.That’s totally been my experience.I said that I think I got more out of this book the first time I read it, that’s because when I was younger this book gave me a lot of audacity to try things that were really far outside of the norm. It gave me the audacity to start a challenging career in sales when my peers were all starting college. It gave me the audacity to quiet my comfortable job in corporate America and start a business.Where I see a lot of value in this book is in what I will call temporal self auditing. This book contains at least a couple of lengthy questionnaires that really force you to face yourself, look at inner beliefs, outer behaviors and your position in life.This allows you to audit yourself and in the future you can look back and see how your beliefs and behaviors have changed. I’ve done this over the years and interestingly what you really see is that over longer periods of time your beliefs and deep desires do really manifest in the world.

      10. Daniel Back

        Bra bok!Värdefullt tillskott. Bra med pocket format på denna bok.

      11. FlyTysun

        Timeless Wisdom That Transforms Lives – A Must-Read Classic!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill is not just a book; it’s a life-changing experience. This timeless classic is a masterpiece that has the power to transform your mindset and set you on a path to success and prosperity.Hill’s principles, gleaned from decades of studying the world’s most successful individuals, are as relevant today as they were when the book was first published. The emphasis on the power of positive thinking, goal-setting, and unwavering persistence resonates deeply with readers, inspiring them to pursue their dreams with unwavering determination.What sets this book apart is its practicality. Hill doesn’t just provide theory; he offers actionable steps and principles that can be applied immediately to create a life of abundance and fulfillment.“Think and Grow Rich” is not merely a book; it’s a guide to unlocking your full potential and achieving your loftiest goals. Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, a career professional, or simply someone looking for personal growth, this book is an invaluable resource that deserves a permanent place on your bookshelf. Five stars for its enduring wisdom and life-changing impact! 📚💡🌟

      12. Ron Castor

        My Favorite All Time BookThis is my favorite book of all time. This book changed my life. This was the 1st book I read that let me truly know I could do anything I put my mind to. Reading this book was my 1st step towards becoming a Multi Millionaire. Thank You Napoleon Hill.

      13. Ahmad

        Excellent livreJe peux facilement dire que ce livre est l’un des meilleurs livre que je n’ai jamais lu, il explique étape par étape tout ce dont on a besoin pour un niveau financier élevé.Je recommende.

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