Who this : This book is a readable book for everyone and everyone who wants a successful life. It's a little dated, but its principles are timeless.
Readability : HIGH. This is a relatively short reading, which had to be read at several meetings so that the reader would reflect the information presented.
What we like about it: this book is one of the few books I've read. To say it is a significant value for money, underperformance. The author embraces so many topics so densely and vividly that the material requires that we focus on the ideas and concepts presented, sometimes reproduced. I find that the book effectively influences the reflection and a certain action of the minds of the reader. I can say that anyone who read this book has changed his life in some way.
What he did not like about this: The title. This book goes far beyond the notion of money. We think how to think and how to use our own energy. You will envision a more sophisticated title you think, and what do you think.
Finding: "Think and Grow Rich" is the Guide to Successful Thinking.
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I can not give a short summary of the book because it would be the author's fault. The details are so organized that the reader is kept intact. The emphasis is:
The Power of Thoughts and Opportunities
Hill is frequently quoted in Carnegie because he is the man who inspired Hill to reveal and communicate our thoughts and energy management concept, our lives may be changing for us.
The following three topics are in the book that best resonates with me:
The Power of Thought
The Subliminal Power
The Power of Purposes
1. The Power of Thought : We are what we think. Our thoughts influence how we see the world and how we see ourselves. As a result, our thoughts have a great impact on how we feel and how much energy we need to have the action or situation you need. Our thoughts are more or less sensitive and attentive to things, circumstances and people around us. The mountain says that this extends to the material world:
Thoughts = Things
2. The subconscious power Where do you get your best ideas? I almost guarantee not to do it while you work. Usually, we get the best ideas when we do not consciously think about the problem we are trying to solve or the idea we want to figure out.
Eureka moments can hardly occur until we "work hard", but when we "work hard". Unfortunately, our way of life seems to invoke us to ignore both the subconscious power and the breathing space that we must give at some point. To feed our subconsciouss, we must provide the following:
the raw materials that need to be processed (including a clear picture of what problem or opportunity you want to handle),
no time pressure, and
no attention, work.
Thinking and Growing Rich
When to relax, play or participate in daily conversation with others (including sister groups), learn from the experiences of others and the powerful subconscious of their magic to accomplish. The magic? To create a relationship with ideas that offer solutions, we could never have been consciously aware.
The author says, "You can not fully control your subconscious mind, but you can voluntarily pass on any plans, desires or goals that you want to shape into a specific form." (Page 198)
3. The strengths of goals: Deep down, we know what we want and we need to accomplish in the long run. It may not be crystal clear, but we have a good idea for the direction we want to continue. Regrettably, rationalization, self-reliance and doubt cause us to think about it or explain it to our own risk for the second time.
Here is a quote from the book:
"Those who fail, have a common property, know the causes of failure, and believe that an airborne alibi explains their own lack of results" (p. 249)  When we focus on what we know, we need to do it, we can more easily create an action plan and move forward. Motive, we feel alive and passionate. We have the energy to invest in ourselves and in others. We have the energy to grow in person. We learn what we need to know to succeed, and not what others are saying, we need to know. Ignore naysayers and objects. We are curious. And yes, the author talks about money and offers a number of concrete tools and references, enabling us to step in step introspectively and firmly. But I think we all appreciate that the bolder acquaintances mentioned above will also help us in this regard of our lives. Concerning money concepts, I would suggest reading Chapter 2 in the middle of the book "Desire", "The Thirty One Major Failure Causes," and "Fear of Poverty" at the end of the book.
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