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Brilliance Audio Think and Grow Rich - unabridged audiobook on CD

Napoleon Hill is considered the forefather of the modern personal development movement and his motivational classic, Think and Grow Rich, has inspired millions with its words and thoughts on discovering success and abundance within oneself. The thirteen principles of success outlined within this bestselling audio program is a blueprint you can follow in the construction of your own personal success story. Apply these principles to achieve:
  • freedom from fear
  • self-confidence
  • improved personal relationships
  • career advancement
  • financial riches

  • Unabridged MP3-CD; approximately 7 hours 57 minutes; 1 MP3-CD; performed by Joe Slattery.
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    Date:April 20, 2014
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    This is a great book on how to reach your full potential and succeed in life. Think and Grow Rich is an excellent work originally written in 1937. It is essentially written from the perspective of the solid values of the World War II generation, which is often considered as "The Greatest Generation."
    Think and Grow Rich embodies Andrew Carnegie's philosophy of achievement and it is one of the most influential personal development and professional achievement books of all time. The philosophy contained in this book puts a priority on leadership, vision, determination, faith, class and dignity.
    This was famously read by Ken Norton before he beat Muhammad Ali in 1973 for the heavyweight title. Like the Back to the Future movie, it explains how you can accomplish anything if you put your mind to it. In his teachings, Hill stated, "Life's battles don't always go to the stronger or faster man. But sooner or later the man who wins is the man who thinks he can. "
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