The Real Reason I Read “Think and Grow Rich”
I first read Napoleon Hill’s classic book when I was 18 years old. And I now have a rare signed hard-back copy in my library and have read it many times since.
I see it as my first real introduction into the PRINCIPLES of success—the fundamentals of the science of achievement and personal development.
But when I was 18 I didn’t read it to become a better person. I read it because I wanted to get rich. And THINKING and growing rich sounded like a very interesting concept to this young entrepreneur.
It was through reading it I realized that in order for things to get better financially, I had to get better. In order for things to change, I had to change.
Think and Grow Rich has been worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to me.
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