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Think & Grow Rich

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Think & Grow Rich Personal Development Vermilion; Rev Ed edition Paperback 320 pages

Napoleon Hill, America’s most beloved motivational author, devoted 25 years to finding out how the wealthy became that way. After interviewing over 500 of the most affluent men and women of his time, he uncovered the secret to great wealth based on the notion that if we can learn to think like the rich, we can start to behave like them. By understanding and applying the thirteen simple steps that constitute Hill’s formula, you can achieve your goals, change your life and join the ranks of the rich and successful.

In this video summary from the 2000 Books channel on YouTube, Mani Vaya presents a great overview and distillation of the book. The main points are presented succinctly and with enough depth to understand the key elements that yield success – and this is not just financial, but also personal.

Think & Grow Rich is one of the foundation books in this genre that has been recommended over and over again, and much of what is presented today by the many modern coaches, speakers and trainers are essentially different versions of the contents of this book with their own angles and nuances.

This video summary talks about how we can harness the power of our own mind to work with us and become the best version of us that we can be. This lays the foundation for success in whatever field we want to develop ourselves in.

If you want to get somewhere, start with this video (below). Then read the great book summary on NJ Life Hacks. It goes a little further and summarises each point made by the book.

As a bonus, there is a great video by Eric Ho which also contains the same messages in a more inspirational presentation called “One in a Million.” Watch and grow. I will be posting more Monday Motivation videos over on my Twitter feed as I find them. Remember to follow me there too.

We live in one of three states as Brendon Burchard says - caged, comfortable or charged - often one of the first two. But we aspire to a better life, a more charged life, one where we don’t feel trapped or stuck in a rut (yet comfortable), one where we don’t compromise and live a charged life. My purpose is to help you find your charge. I post updates about my own journey here and if you have any questions or would like any support, feel free to contact me or connect with me on any of the social networks.

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