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Think And Grow Rich! The Original Version, Restored and Revised

Think And Grow Rich! The Perfect Gift For Any Occasion!
Think And Grow Rich! The Perfect Gift For Any Occasion!
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Paperback: 412 pages Publisher: Aventine Press; Revised edition (October 30, 2004) ISBN: 1593302002 Product Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.9 inches

Napoleon Hill’s "Think and Grow Rich!" is the all-time bestseller in the personal success and motivational field. More than 30 million copies have been sold since 1937.

Dr. Hill developed this classic work through a long partnership with Andrew Carnegie, in his day the world's richest man.

With this powerful, life-changing book you will learn The 13 Steps to Riches, and you will learn how a Master Mind Group can help you achieve the highest levels of self-motivation and self-improvement on your way to success.

Teaching you the practical steps to the attainment of financial independence and even great wealth is one of the main purposes of “Think and Grow Rich!: The Original Version, Restored and Revised.”

But the greatest value of this book is not that it can make you financially successful, but that it can help YOU—or ANYONE—achieve success however you may define it, and help you get whatever else it is that you desire from life.

This new edition of “Think and Grow Rich!” is the first to contain extensive endnotes and an appendix that will provide you with a wealth of information about Dr. Hill, the times in which he lived and wrote, and the prominent individuals he studied in developing his philosophy of success.

It is the first and only edition with an index to help you and other readers locate information quickly.

It is the first to revise outdated terminology and language that was familiar to his original audience, but which is obsolete for most readers today.

This edition also restores “Think and Grow Rich!” to its original form by adding back the material that was edited out when a “revised” edition of the book was published in 1960—the edition that, until now, has been virtually the only one available.