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Think and Grow Rich

Written by Napoleon Hill (the book on the image is the Dutch, translated version by Michael Pilarczyck.

Why should you read this book?

This book has an enormously good reputation and for good reason. This book will help you understand what life is about, how you can live life to your own terms and is backed by all the information you need to actually do it.

The book is based on the law of attraction and is one of not that many books out there that seems to explain it in a human, understandable format. Napoleon Hill dedicated 20 years of his life investigating the best of the best of his time, concluding what makes people gain success and what success really is.

In this book you will find that conclusion, backed up with many self-help questions to help you understand where you are NOW and HOW you get where you want to be. Be prepared to look yourself in the mirror as you read this book, because (spoiler) its all about you.

Who should read this book?

A MUST READ FOR EVERYONE.  This book is written in a way that is understandable for any human that can read English, although sometimes tough on the words as the book is released in 1937. This book gives you a blueprint to life, no matter the goal or intent.

What I learned from the book.

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.

Book summary

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.