Author and entrepreneur Dennis Kimbro combines best-selling author Napoleon Hill's law of success with his own vast knowledge of business, contemporary affairs, and the vibrant culture of black America to teach you the secrets to success used by scores of black Americans, including Spike Lee, Jesse Jackson, Dr. Selma Burke, Oprah Winfrey, and many others. The result is inspiring, practical, clearly written, and totally workable. Use it to unlock the treasure you have always dreamed of - the treasure that at last is within your reach.
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Needless to say I will listen to this repeatedly. Each chapter stands alone. Whether you're looking for a total life change or just a pick me up you will find much to keep you engaged and inspired. So many have walked the path before us and we should take heart, we are well equipped. Learn the principles and put them to use, it's not by chance that we've come this way.
"Not Feeling the Connection"
This book has great info. I just felt that this book was written for non blacks to understand black people. I think it was too general and didn't touch on why we think the way we think and how to overcome that. And throwing in the few black people that became successful, although idyllic, doesn't really compare to the masses that have not and remain in a stupor. I feel almost no connection to a book that is marketed to people like me. I even felt slightly offended.
I will continue to listen repeatedly but I don't think my opinion will change much.
Stop everything you are doing right now and listen to this book till the end. It is that good and important!
This is one of the most powerful and inspirational books I've come across to date. If you need a boost of inspiration in your heart, mind and spirit then this publication is for you! Soak it in, in what ever format suits you. Enjoy!!! :))
"Wooow! Mind blowing information"
enough said. I have read few books with a more directed and timeless poignant message
I've read as well as listened to the audiobook to the original Think and Grow Rich. Wasn't sure what to expect from this version but this audiobook give great examples of triumph over hardship than the original version. As we all can agree the African American experience here in America hasn't been an easy one. But, regardless of your race or ethnicity you can benefit from the knowledge gained from this audiobook!
"Great Review of name sake
Book closely related to origanal title. Dennis Kimbro is one writer who is well read and a good author.
"A must read for anyone needing fuel for change!"
I was captivated by each & every example!
Will listen to this book multiple times
A must read for any African American in search of success and prosperity!!! A Great listen from beginning to end.
"My review ever"
I listen to this book almost every day
greatest book of all time
"So true even today"
Napoleon. Hill was so ahead of his time, and this afro-centric version of his teachings was a great take on the mind and culture on African Americans and the mindset needed to uplift mental attitude to his laws of success.
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