When I set out to create this site and the related podcast, I immediately thought of Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. (By the way, here’s a free Think and Grow Rich PDF, which is the public domain version of this book.)
Think and Grow Rich isn’t the sole focus of this site. It is, however, one of my favorite mindset tools.
If you’re looking to set goals and then position yourself to achieve them, this book will help you frame your thinking to support that.
These self-improvement strategies are extremely empowering. One thing I noticed is that it’s hard to absorb everything the first time around. That’s why I recommend reading or listening to it often to really help the lessons sink in.
This page is an ongoing repository of all Think and Grow Rich related podcast episodes, show notes, chapter resources and more. This way you can access everything in one spot.
Think and Grow Rich Book Summary
Think and Grow Rich is one of the top recommended business books when it comes to self help, mindset and personal achievement. Hill analyzed over 500 of the super achievers of that time, such as John D. Rockefeller and Henry Ford, so that he could discover how people became wealthy and incredibly successful. The book is a result of Hill’s findings, which describes the thirteen principles that lead you towards riches. These principles can actually be used to achieve any type of goal.
(By the way, Jaime Masters from Eventual Millionaire wrote a really interesting post on Think and Grow Rich in case you’d like to check that out too.)
In my opinion, I think all entrepreneurs and dream chasers should read this book. The information is useful to anyone with ambition, but entrepreneurs, in particular, can expect to fall a lot before reaching success. This book helps you put “failures” into context, and supports you in developing a success conscious mindset so you don’t stop before achieving what you want.
(Personally, the information has helped me change a lot of the limiting beliefs I had about myself. That’s why I’m happy to share this information so that you may get positive mindset shifts like this too.)
Think and Grow Rich Chapter 1 Audio
Here’s a free audio recording of Think and Grow Rich Chapter 1.
(Original, 1937 public domain version.)
In this chapter, you’ll learn how to put temporary defeat into context so you don’t quit and stop just short of reaching your goals.
Think and Grow Rich Podcast Downloads
Listen to the 1937 public domain version of the book on the podcast.
Think and Grow Rich Chapter Show Notes
Dive deeper into a specific Think and Grow Rich chapter podcast by getting the content for a particular episode. (For example, a brief summary of what the chapter covers, along with any downloadable resources that highlight the main points.)
Think and Grow Rich Chapter Resources
These charts illustrate key points in each chapter so that you can reference them when needed. Click on the charts to download them in PDF format.
As an added bonus, you can get the infographics below, along with other chapter resources for Think and Grow Rich. Click here to get your FREE downloads.
Think and Grow Rich Chapter 1 Chart
Think and Grow Rich Affirmation Statement (Chapter 2)
Think and Grow Rich Self-Confidence Formula (Chapter 3)
Think and Grow Rich Books Online
- Think and Grow Rich PDF (Public Domain free download — this is the version being read on the podcast.)
- Think and Grow Rich on Amazon (The official publication of The Napoleon Hill Foundation. Please note this is an Amazon affiliate link, which means I earn a small commission if you make a purchase using my link. This is at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support! 🙂 )
Think and Grow Rich 1937 Edition Notes
Before I sign off, I just wanted to point out that the public domain version of Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich book is from 1937. Please keep in mind the time period during which this information was written, as it contains text that is not politically correct. Some people fear that this type of language may distract the reader from Mr. Hill’s message. (This is one of the reasons why you’ll find a lot of edited versions of this book.) I’ve personally gotten so much out of this edition, and I hope you enjoy it as well. 🙂