Think and Grow Rich
Huffington Post - about 1 year
"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve with positive mental attitude."
Think And Grow Rich was written in 1937 and sold 70 million books before its author, Napoleon Hill, died in 1970. Who knows how many copies since. Talk about a best seller. It's still in print.
Think and Grow Rich is about the science of personal achievement -- the philosophy of success.
And there's a lot in it for you.
Andrew Carnegie, the philanthropist of U.S. Steel and Carnegie Hall fame (the Bill Gates/Warren Buffet of the day), wanted to leave the masses a timeless formula for prosperity. He challenged a young buck, a West Virginia reporter by the name of Napoleon Hill, to research and write it.
Carnegie didn't pay Hill.
He just introduced Hill to the players of the time -- writers, inventors, business people, presidents, royalty, socialites, clergy, sports stars, and entertainers.
Hill spent twenty years studying the secret of what makes people successful. He iden
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