Updated: Feb 20
Written by Napoleon Hill during the Depression Era, I can easily see why "Think and Grow Rich" is still relevant today. I know, the title threw me for a loop as well, but it delivered way more than what I initially thought it would. This book has so many gems it's a wonder it hasn't been used more in education. Hill lays down 13 principles which one can use for spiritual, mental, or financial wealth. It's really more so about being rich on the inside than gaining money or acquiring material things. I really enjoy the book's storytelling flow, use of historical facts and numbers to back his statements, and use of all CAPs.
Favorite Bar(s): Perhaps we shall learn, as we pass through this age, that the "other self" is more powerful than the physical self we see when we look into a mirror.
Why I picked it up: My sister blessed me with this one (as she often does). Thanks, Nikia!
Recommend to: Anyone who wants to learn how to build a desire for more of her/himself, create better habits, or to become more honest with her/himself.