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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Vermilion; Rev Ed edition (7 Oct. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0091900212
  • ISBN-13: 978-0091900212
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 12.4 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Tom Green on 11 Mar. 2006
Format: Paperback
This "new" version of Napoleon Hill's classic "Think and Grow Rich" does a real disservice to the memory of Dr. Hill. Not only has the editor left out whole sections and altered the wording in the book, but he also "expands" it by including here and there musings about today's entrepreneurs, which have the effect of constant disruption. The book is handsome enough on the outside, but if you know anything about Napoleon Hill and his book, this new version will make you cringe on the inside!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Dexter Wilshire on 22 Feb. 2006
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For the most part, I enjoyed reading this new version of Think and Grow Rich. But it was a little disconcerting to be reading along here and there in a book written during the Great Depression and suddenly come across material about people like Bill Gates, Stephen Speilberg, Ray Kroc, Arnold Schartzenegger, Andy Grove, etc., etc. The information is nice, but I would just as soon have seen Dr. Pell write a separate, new book containing all this other information. It tends to get in the way of what Hill is saying. I have three or four other copies of Think and I compared them with this one. I notice that Pell has cut out a good bit of material from the original book and that some material has beeen shifted around. It did not bother me especially, but I am not sure it was a good idea. If you collect Hill books like I do, you might want to get this one, but there are better ones out there.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By KB on 1 July 2006
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There are far superior editions of "Think and Grow Rich" than this one. This edition is an abridged version of Napoleon Hill's masterpiece. It also is disjointed, with modern examples of entrepreneurial anecdotes interspersed with Hill's original material. It makes for a "jumpy" and very unsatisfying read. Hill's original work simply does not need or benefit from all this extraneous material. Readers would be better off reading one of the other versions of Hill's book, truer to the original, as for example "Think and Grow Rich!: The Original Version, Restored and Revised", which is the only edition to my knowledge to contain a full index, extensive endnotes, and a very informative appendix.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Tom Green on 11 July 2006
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This "new" version of Napoleon Hill's classic "Think and Grow Rich" does a real disservice to the memory of Dr. Hill. Not only has the editor left out whole sections and altered the wording in the book, but he also "expands" it by including here and there musings about today's entrepreneurs, which have the effect of constant disruption. The book is handsome enough on the outside, but if you know anything about Napoleon Hill and his book, this new version will make you cringe on the inside!
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By W. R. Bee on 26 Jun. 2006
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I bought this book with high, but nervous expectations. I was looking forward to seeing how this book had been "revised and updated" for the 21st century. What I found was a terrible hatchet and cut-and-paste job on Napoleon Hill's classic book. The editor completely destroys the rhythm and flow of Dr. Hill's ideas by inserting contemporary examples at the end of Hill's chapters. It's a travesty. We don't need a "21st century version" of "Think and Grow Rich." The one that has worked so well all these many years is still the best. If someone wants to publish a 21st century book, they should simply write an entirely new one. Even minor revisions of a classic like "Think and Grow Rich," to eliminate outdated language or correct errors, should be undertaken with the utmost care and respect for the original. When the project is over, it should still be Napoleon Hill's book. This edition of "Think and Grow Rich" also does not contain everything that was in the original. A great deal of material has been left out. There are other editions that give the "complete picture." This one definitely does not.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Haigh on 18 Sept. 2007
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I bought this version not having read comments here. I understand the comments about the original from the purists. I still think the value of the work shines through. For perhaps fifteen years "Think and Grow Rich" was on my to-read list. If you're in a similar position, I urge you to get hold of a copy (though do consider the original). For me it really is the Daddy of self improvement publishing. Go on. Do it ;)
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By P. Duffy on 30 April 2015
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Seriously disappointed with this book. The literature is used in such a way that reading it becomes more of a hassle than a delight. Would not recommend this book to anyone.

I am hardly going to read this book 3 times as it states on page 102. Can't believe some people are making it out to be the bible of business books. It's principles yes are good but the repetitiveness of the book is a joke. Each chapter it's trying to install its greatness but yet tries to make you decipher it as if there is some magic secret within the book. The secret is simple get up off your ar$e, work hard, be confident and dream big. Simple as that.

The Magic of Thinking Big is a book much greater than this in about thinking positively and rightly.
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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill was originally written in 1937. This book is a great starting point for anyone interested in financial and personal development. The book stresses that their is no fast way to become successful, it takes hard work. But this book lays out the keys to getting you there. It's based around the principles of the Law of Attraction. The first law is Desire. Create a plan on how you will obtain a certian amount of money by a set date. See yourself already in possession of that amount of money and start the hard work to achieve your dream. The book contains much more and is a great read. I am glad I read this book and would definitely recommend it to others.

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