Written by Napoleon Hill (the book on the image is the Dutch, translated version by Michael Pilarczyck.
This is the second book I have read in my whole life. The first being how to make friend and influence people written by Andrew Carnegie, which I first opened on the 12th of December 2017. This book inspired interest in reading and gave great insight in how much value a book can hold.
On the search for the next book to read I stumbled upon an article that wrote about the best "10 books anyone should read" and off that list which also included books like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich dad, Poor dad. I chose to read Think and Grow Rich, which must be the best possible decision I ever made.
The book, or at least me finding the book helped me to make decisions that were important to me and escape the lifestyle I really wanted to escape, knew how to but did not dare because I feared the unknown.
The simple questions in the book helped me decide what was truly important and although at first I wouldn't even want to know the answers, because it meant it was time to move, overtime I made the decisions that led me to the next milestone in life. One of many reasons I am here now.