Think and Grow Rich
by Hill, Napoleon
Portland, Oregon, United States
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About This Item
Think and Grow Rich is an early self-help book by Napoleon Hill, first published in 1937. The book aims to teach readers how to become wealthy by providing practical advice and insights based on Hill's extensive interviews with successful individuals. Through thirteen principles, Hill emphasizes the importance of positive thinking, goal setting, and perseverance in achieving financial success. Hill was considered a leader in the New Thought Movement of the early 19th century. Throughout the decades, Think and Grow Rich has remained a staple of the personal development field; many personalities reference Hill and his ideas, including his use of a 'mastermind group.' The book has sold over 70 million copies. Because the copyright was not renewed (Hill's fourth ex-wife, Rosa Lee Beeland, held the rights), the book is in the public domain, so many editions are available on the market.
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- Think and Grow Rich
- Hill, Napoleon
- Book Condition
- Used - Good
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- First Edition
- The Ralston Society
- Place of Publication
- Meriden, CT
- Date Published
- New Thought, New Thought Movement, Andrew Carnegie
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