Think and Grow Rich – The Legacy By James Whittaker – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake, Napoleon Hill’s Legacy Lives On in Think and Grow Rich – The Legacy

Think and Grow Rich: The Legacy released in conjunction with the major motion picture by the same title is based on Napoleon Hill’s Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. Pursing consistently and applying his thirteen principles to success you, the reader, can be assured of personal fulfillment of your optimum potential. The book features life stories of people who have overcome “adversities” and changed the direction of their self-image and legacy.

These stories are relevant for today’s reader and are inspirational, motivating, and potentially life-changing. The examples of Sharon and Michael Lechter struck a chord with me, I identified personally with their dual passion for lifetime learning and making a difference in other people’s lives.

I plan to follow Bob Proctor’s “Goal Card” principle and am expectantly watching for positive results. I was fascinated with Barbara Corcoran’s valuable lessons on the rewards of an active imagination. And I admire Derek Mill’s persistence in discovery and promotion of the concept of mentoring others by listening to their hidden inner genius.

I was deeply inspired by Don Green’s example of commitment to education and business skills and life of pursuing and achieving his goals. Each of the over two dozen stories features and illustrates how a life mission of purpose and fulfillment can lead to satisfaction, success, and a rich personal legacy.

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-1640950184, $ 24.99, 2018, 298 pages

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