BOOKS TO READ TO BE TRULY RICH
THINK AND GROW RICH
Whether you are new to the game of money, a veteran in the accumulation of wealth, or someone who is now working on financial independence, having the proper guidance, motivating mentors, and inspirational figures, will likely enhance your growth and development.
These before-mentioned factors will also provide you with several blueprints; on the well knows ways of increasing the odds of your success.
You will most likely find several books to guide you on your quest for your desired financial goals and aspirations.
But very few books will enlighten you on so many points, on how to improve your thinking about what it means to gather riches, the shifts of insight of what it takes to become a person who is rich, inside and out.
Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich will do for you.
Hill’s earlier writing, The Law of Success, was written by accumulating the knowledge of well-known figures in history like Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, John D. Rockefeller and, none other than Andrew Carnegie himself.
Based on this knowledge and foundation, Think and Grow Rich was written then it quickly became a masterpiece.
Think and Grow Rich has since then become Napoleon Hill’s best-known work. Where he stated several compelling ideas, in regards to the accumulation of riches, that if you have a “Definite major purpose, a burning desire to possess it and that whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”
Then with these principles, anyone could, and should, make their goals and material dreams a reality.
If you wish to make, accumulate and, have a purpose for the money you earn, then this book is a must to read for you.
Hill's fundamental teachings and keys to success bring forth the ideas that only the great ones of our past and present generations can provide.
This book will point to you the right way, on the right map, so you can arrive at your desired destination, just as others have done before, and now they are waiting for you. In this book, find priceless instructions worth reading and re-reading, time and time again, on your road to riches and financial success.
- "Success is good at any age, but the sooner you find it, the longer you will enjoy it."
Every adversity, every failure, every heartbreak, carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit."
"Procrastination is the bad habit of putting of until the day after tomorrow what should have been done yesterday."