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Book Recommendation – Think and Grow Rich

on October 21, 2014
Think and Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich

Napoleon Hill’s book “Think and Grow Rich” is undoubtedly the number one success book of all time. Napoleon Hill was a newspaper reporter who was given an assignment by industrialist, philanthropist and multi-millionaire Andrew Carnegie to interview more than 500 of the rich and successful men of that time to compile the success formula that Andrew Carnegie thought should be published and made available to the common man. He spent 25 years researching and interviewing these wealthy men and compiled it into this book. It was published in 1937 and has since sold more than 30 million copies. This hard copy book is made available on this website address: http://asamanthinketh.net/think-grow-rich.htm for free.Yes you heard me right, for free. You only have to pay USD $3.99 for shipping and handling.

I bought this book from them and have read and studied it. I also refer to this book whenever I want to revise what I’ve learnt. I got this excellent self-helpΒ book at this very low price and feel that my readers should also benefit from this invaluable book at this generous price. This is an incredibly amazing value for such a dirt cheap price. Best dealΒ I ever had! I don’t gain anything by recommending this book, I just feel more people should benefit from this book. This is a hard copy book available at this website address:Β http://asamanthinketh.net/think-grow-rich.htm

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