Succeed and Grow Rich through Persuasion: Revised Edition

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10 thoughts on “Succeed and Grow Rich through Persuasion: Revised Edition

  1. Bethany Hanna Bethany Hanna says:

    Napoleon Hill...classics in learning on how to deal with people in business. They can get pretty intense and really must be read with a grain of salt at times to as to not go off the deep end. However, you'll find yourself referencing back to these books over and over again. They make a real impression that won't leave you easily, no matter which direction life takes you.

    Recommended reading for any entrepreneur or sales person.


  2. John Timothy John Timothy says:

    Building a life is an art. It means finding the bits and pieces of one's personality and abilities- physical, mental and spiritual - and putting them together in strong patterns that create rhythm, meaning and beauty.


  3. Paige Paige says:

    This book is all about positive thinking.


  4. Anthony Tenaglier Anthony Tenaglier says:

    Despite some overlap with his book Think and Grow Rich, this is still a good inspirational read for helping to find fulfillment in life.


  5. Dan Webster Dan Webster says:

    While not quite as good as the original Think and Grow Rich title, I found this book to still be a stimulating read. Succeed and grow rich covers the many important habits for success, but focuses more on the practical application of the material by exploring the stories of those who have implemented these habits into their life and careers. I agree with other reviews that there is some repetition, but I think it serves to enforce the core values of the text.


  6. Hildo Maus Hildo Maus says:

    Great book! I was a bit suspicious about the imperative way of writing - which is classic in lame dogmatic self-help abd self-motivation books, but in deed this book has great context and delivers great value. It was my first book of Napoleon Hill and it has totally sucked me in to the author. I am very happy I picked this book randomly from the book store and it was such a good surprise.


  7. Chris Walker Chris Walker says:

    This book is comprised of maybe 5% actual practical business advice and 95% wishy-washy, pseudo-scientific claims about the nature of the mind. By far the most egregious is the support of the theory of an ether that serves as a medium for the conveyance of thoughts from one brain to another. The author claims that there is compelling evidence (never cited or referenced, of course) that thought vibrations hang around this ether perpetually, and that they are the source of those unexplained thoughts that pop into your head. Honestly, this contention bothers me more than the constant arguments for the power of prayer and the necessity of instilling your trust in an all-powerful Creator.

    My favorite moment of the book is the end of the first chapter, where Dr. Kenneth McFarland is praised several times. What the book fails to mention is that McFarland was superintendent of the Topeka, Kansas school system leading up to the famed Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education, and that McFarland had rejected prior calls by the NAACP to integrate the school. Not only that, but McFarland was forced to resign his post when a number of claims of misappropriated school funds by his office came to light.

    Do yourself a favor and skip this one.


  8. Joel Gun Joel Gun says:

    This book is not about manipulating people, it's about helping others get what they want so that you can attain the things you want: a concept I can believe in. This book is not just about how to sell yourself to the mind of others, it's about how to form thinking habits that draw in others because of a positive mental attitude and mindset to do more than what is required of you. I have studied this book extensively and I plan to return to it regularly. I highly recommend this book for the open-minded dreamers of the world.


  9. Peter Peter says:

    I have to pursuade myself not others to get all I ever could want.


  10. Б. Долгорсүрэн Б. Долгорсүрэн says:

    When the pupil is ready, the teacher will appear.


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