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This ShockNotes Summary of Think and Grow Rich captures as much of the actionable content and key takeaways as possible in 5,000 words. Most readers can read it in 20-30 minutes.Napoleon Hill was best known for publishing Think and Grow Rich in 1937. In it, he outlines “The Thirteen Steps to Riches,” drawn from his interviews with more than 500 wealthy men. He was originally inspired to work on the book at the encouragement of business magnate Andrew Carnegie, who at the time was one of the richest people in the world. Carnegie taught Hill a “money-making secret” that he said nearly all successful people knew. The secret had been used by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and John D. Rockefeller to achieve their goals. Carnegie believed that the secret should be taught in public schools and could revolutionize education. Think and Grow Rich was Napoleon Hill’s attempt to disclose the secret to the general public.

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ShockNotes Summary of Think and Grow Rich

The Wisdom of Napoleon Hill

Steve Shockley

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Contents

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Introduction

1. Desire

2. Faith

3. Auto-Suggestion

4. Specialized Knowledge

5. Imagination

6. Organized Planning

7. Decision

8. Persistence

9. Power of the Master Mind

10. The Mystery of Sex

11. The Subconscious Mind

12. The Brain

13. The Sixth Sense

14. How to outwit the six ghosts of fear

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Introduction

Napoleon Hill was best known for publishing Think and Grow Rich in 1937. In it, he outlines “The Thirteen Steps to Riches,” drawn from his interviews with more than 500 wealthy men. He was originally inspired to work on the book at the encouragement of business magnate Andrew Carnegie, who at the time was one of the richest people in the world. Carnegie taught Hill a “money-making secret” that he said nearly all successful people knew. The secret had been used by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and John D. Rockefeller to achieve their goals. Carnegie believed that the secret should be taught in public schools and could revolutionize education. Think and Grow Rich was Napoleon Hill’s attempt to disclose the secret to the general public.

Napoleon Hill’s tips for getting the most out of his (or any) book

Read no more than one chapter a night.Underline sentences that impress you the most.Later, reread the underlined sentences.Form a study group. Meet at regular times, up to once a week. Each meeting should focus on a specific chapter. Every member should read the chapter before the meeting. At each meeting, have someone read aloud the chosen section of the book. Each member should take notes on the chapter and any ideas that come to mind. Everyone then discusses the reading.

Story: The Man Who “Thought” His Way into Partnership with Thomas A. Edison. How Edwin C. Barnes used desire and persistence to become Thomas Edison’s partner.

The first step to success is to know what you desire the most. Then, you need to risk everything and put all your energy into getting it. It takes time and persistence, but the opportunity will eventually present itself. It often comes disguised as misfortune, but when you are ready, you will recognize the opportunity. You don’t need money or education or influence to get what you want. All you need is initiative, faith, and the will to win.

Story: Three Feet from Gold. How R.U. Darby found a rich vein of gold and quit when he lost track of it. He sold everything to a junk man, who found the vein again 3 feet from where Darby left off. The “junk” man went on to make millions from the mine, all because he knew to seek expert counsel before giving up.

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