Think and Grow Rich – The Original Unedited 1937 Text By: Napoleon Hill – A Book Review

 

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake,

Success Stories of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Hundreds of Others

“Think and Grow Rich – The Original Unedited 1937 Text” include the thoughts, ideas, and organized plans drawn from more than 500 interviews from men like Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford which resulted in Napoleon Hill’s 13 Steps to Riches or 17 Fundamentals of Success.

I first became acquainted with Hill’s writing early in the 1960’s and established a life practice on a path of achievement motivated by desire, faith, the power of decision, organized planning, persistence, and over time adapting Hill’s 13 principles.

Although I no longer remember the edition of “Think and Grow Rich” I read, there is something nostalgic about rereading it in the original unedited 1937 text edition that restores a sense of excitement. I realize the abundance of fulfillment, and how I have been blessed in the material realm, contentment, and peace of mind, lasting friendships, and family relationships.

I can highly recommend Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich” as a book for finding the satisfying rewards of success and riches in every area of life.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-1937879488, $ 27.95, 2017, 382 Pages.

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