I was recommended this book, but for some reason could not get into it. Maybe it's just me, but it didn't grab my attention.
I have had this book for some time and like it so much that I ordered a second copy for my daughter. I feel that it should be in everyone's library.
The first half is ok, but then he goes NUTS
Good swap! The first chapter is invigorating and inspirational, then it starts to get into "the secret" mentality where it's all about changing your mindset.
Which is fine, but not nearly as practical as THE WEALTHY BARBER, which gives step-by-step ways to increase wealth. (It's just annoyingly written as a conversation.)
I'd rathe be spaced-out and poor, thank you.
Eh. I'm not really into Napoleon Hill. After reading "The Secret" and all of the comments about Hill, I got a few of his books. Not impressed. Now, if you want to read a good book, read Wallace Wattles. He's the one that started the author of "The Secret" on her journey. This book is just dated.
Its a bit too metaphysical for me but Napoleon Hill was obviously one of the first and greatest self empowerment thinkers.