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Think and Grow Rich

Narrated by: Varoon P Anand
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Summary

Napoleon Hill, America's most beloved motivational author, devoted 25 years to finding out how the wealthy became that way. After interviewing over 500 of the most affluent men and women of his time, he uncovered the secret to great wealth based on the notion that if we can learn to think like the rich, we can start to behave like them. By understanding and applying the thirteen simple steps that constitute Hill's formula, you can achieve your goals, change your life and join the ranks of the rich and successful. In this updated edition, Dr. Arthur R. Pell provides examples of men and women who, in recent times, exemplify the principles that Hill promulgated. With the success stories of top achievers such as Bill Gates and Steven Spielberg, he proves that Hill's philosophies are as valid today as they were then. If you're looking to become the next Bill Gates, this is the book for you.

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Fantastic read, not spammy as title makes it sound

Loved it so much can't even describe how much. This could be applied to ways of thinking in general and not just getting a mind set to make money.

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Wow! Think I need to buy a thesaurus

Unless your familiar why the writing styles on the turn of the last century, be prepared for a literacy assault of which can be overwhelming at times and mean your mind can easily wander

I mean, don’t get me wrong, apart from it being decades old, there are some great mindset breakthroughs and thoughts

If you want to be a success, don’t rule this book out

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Fantastic book. A must read!

A fantastic book. Anyone who wants to take control of their life, needs to read this book! It contains wisdom that is so invaluable!

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Hard Work!

While I took a few things from the audiobook, it was a struggle to keep listening all the way to the end. I found the narration quite monotone and dull. The book is more philosophical than I anticipated (which may be my own fault for not realising) and I found it a bit too preachy and abstract. If you’re looking for a practical book then this is not the one for you. This book makes a regular appearance on lists of the best personal finance books and I overall I was disappointed in it. In the spirit of the advice given in the book though....maybe you shouldn’t let my slightly negative experience influence you...make up your own mind!

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Life changing

Recommend for everyone who is serious about changing their financial status and wants to grow as a person.

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Very powerful

I really like this book and recommend that you grab your copy! I have noticed that more money comes to me whenever I read it or a money making idea comes my way!

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Great book - boring voice

Great book and wisdom... Read dully by the reader.

Perhaps get the audio book, read by someone else

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No Logic

A lot of not scientifically backed up information, that doesn't really make much sense. If you believe in "thought vibrations" you might like it .

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All about mindset

Great book that I'll be listening to over and over again.

Written in the 1930's and still is relevant as ever.

If wealth, success and personal fulfilment are amongst your goals then you cannot afford not to read / listen to this book.

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Such a fascinating book

There's a lot to apply and to learn but it's a real eye opener. I read this book twice and listened to the audio twice through now, and I get something new from it every time as my plan develops further and further. Truly worth a listen and totally apply yourself to it. It's more like a bible for me, I always pick it up when in doubt!

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  • Jesse
  • 05-09-15

I accredit my success to this.

I've listened to this about 10 times, my life has been crazy and I can truly say almost all of my dreams have been fulfilled. it all started with this. plus this guys voice sounds like the old spiderman. lol just another plus.

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  • Dylan Pody
  • 06-06-15

Must read

This was written so long ago and it still applys to the time and age we live in

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  • Jari Colon
  • 29-05-17

good

I wish the reader didnt have such a monotone voice. But it was a good one to listen to!

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  • Andrea86
  • 18-04-17

Distracting performance

Can't focus listening on my earbuds because of the whistling 's'. Didn't realize there was more than one copy of this book. I would have chosen a higher rated copy.

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  • Carl Murawski
  • 03-11-15

Great content, poor narration

Would you consider the audio edition of Think and Grow Rich to be better than the print version?

This audio book is very difficult to listen to. The narrator reads the sentences as if it is the first time, and therefore doesnt put correct emphasis on words or phrases. There are numerous technical errors throughout such as obvious changes in pacing, cuts/edits, and the constant whistle on words with "s" in them. I found myself tuning out and having to force re-focusing on the words to get the content.

What didn’t you like about Varoon P Anand’s performance?

Pacing, poor editing, odd emphasis and phrasing.

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  • Fabian
  • 09-08-15

Excellent book. Deep thoughts. I enjoyed it!!!

Excellent book. Deep thoughts. I enjoyed it a lot!!! I will read it again for sure and recommend it to family.

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  • Kilrwavz
  • 06-10-15

Do not buy the version with Varoon P Anand

Would you try another book from Napoleon Hill and/or Varoon P Anand?

Yes, but only from Napoleon Hill

What do you think your next listen will be?

The REAL book.

What didn’t you like about Varoon P Anand’s performance?

This version is full of New Age interjections that are not in the original text. The reader will put you to sleep.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Think and Grow Rich?

Everything, and I mean everything, that was added outside of Dr. Hill's original text.

Any additional comments?

Do not buy this version unless you want a New Age perspective applied to this classic book. So disappointed, if only I could get a refund.

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  • Daniel Afonso
  • 20-11-19

The cliche of self-help books

This book is a classic and espouses great advice... that's been rehashed in more accessible ways since the 20's. Between the racist anachronisms, ableism, and frequent repetition, it became a chore to listen to. In summary: focus on success, plan for success, and surround yourself with ideas and people that will push you forward to success. I'm sure these attitude adjustments were super useful before the age of the finely honed self-help book, but because this book hammers the fundamental attitude shift with little practical advice, it's just not as useful in an era where I can get the high-level concepts in any of hundreds of podcasts/video series/books written in a modern tone.

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  • Chad Winchell
  • 11-02-19

Enjoyed the reading and learning

The stories keep you engage as well as the personal list of questions it offers. You may disagree in few points, as I did, but the overall message is very practical.

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  • Charity
  • 15-11-18

Disappointing narration:(

I have read this book before and was hoping for an enjoyable easy recap but wasn’t expecting such a heavy accent. Give this version a miss and look for one read by a native/fluent English speaker.
No disrespect intended to the narrator. Just my personal preference and inability to understand