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Book Review : Think and Grow Rich

15-Jun-2020

By Aabiskar Pandey

Can we really just think and grow rich? Is making a fortune that we all dream of that simple? Well, that is what this book is all about. It guides you through the process of manifesting the thought of riches in one’s mind. Written and published in 1937 by Napoleon Hill, it still remains as one of the author's best sellers. According to Hill, what is powerfully manifested in the mindscape is bound to find manifestation in reality.

13 steps to riches has been mentioned in this book with a very detailed explanation of each step in 13 different chapters. This book strongly emphasizes the existence of the subconscious mind and its power to achieve anything in life. But before that, we need to be in control of it and implant thoughts that we intend to achieve. The book starts off with “Desire” which is considered as the starting point of all achievements and has an open ending with the introduction to sixth sense, something we might have heard or talked of but not really given a good thought about.

This book digs deep into the lives of some of the people who made fortunes in the past and then provides a clear implementation of the mentioned steps in their lives. The book has some strong psychological arguments which really provokes thoughts. There are questions for the readers that dig deep into one’s ambitions, goals and fears in life. The thoughts reflected in this book match the thought process of great yogis and gurus. Though not mentioned, this book has a great spiritual importance as well.

This book is a must read for anyone out there who fears failure and has self-doubt. Sure, the book talks to you about riches, but I found it as a metaphor for success. All of us are hungry for success and this book provides the perfect guide to plant the seeds of that success deep in our mind. It might seem just 13 steps but one must be able to master them to truly reach the peak of achievement in life. I highly recommend everyone to give this book a read. It’s worth every second.

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