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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, promoted as a personal development and self-improvement book. Hill writes that he was inspired by a suggestion from business magnate and later-philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.

While the book's title and much of the text concerns increasing income, the author insists that his philosophy can help people succeed in any line of work, to do and be anything they can imagine. First published during the Great Depression, the book by Hill's death in 1970 had sold more than 20 million copies. By 2015 more than 100 million copies had been sold worldwide.

It remains the biggest seller of Napoleon Hill's books. BusinessWeek magazine's Best-Seller List ranked it the sixth best-selling paperback business book 70 years after it was published. Think and Grow Rich is listed in John C. Maxwell's A Lifetime "Must Read" Books List.
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A classic
Ok read, but compared to many books in this genre it's very bloated and very repetitive.

The core story is interesting though.
Skyhiigh27/04/2020 08:45

Ok read, but compared to many books in this genre it's very bloated and …Ok read, but compared to many books in this genre it's very bloated and very repetitive.The core story is interesting though.


If you had to recommend one book from this genre what would it be?
CarloRivera27/04/2020 09:54

If you had to recommend one book from this genre what would it be?


Shoe Dog by Phil Knight is a great book
CarloRivera27/04/2020 09:54

If you had to recommend one book from this genre what would it be?


I enjoyed Rich Dad Poor Dad but I believe the whole story was made up. The 4 hour work week might be my favourite, followed by Crush It and Crushing It by Gary Vee. I prefer the finding work in your passions books, rather than investment ones more suited to my personal goals, but everyones different
Settee27/04/2020 10:26

The 4 hour work week might be my favourite,


Interesting perspective. I thouht it was a load of utter twaddle. Of course, if you're now on a 4 hour work week, I salute you
CarloRivera27/04/2020 09:54

If you had to recommend one book from this genre what would it be?


Four hour work week.

Others which are very good area;
The one thing (for prioritisation)
Alchemy by Roy Sutherland
Deep work
Atomic habits
Joy on demand (for balance!)

It's tricky as there's so many books in this space, most are just variations of the same content.
Kryptonitee27/04/2020 12:06

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What the heck are you on about? He said the 4 hour work week might be his favourite; I said I had a different view on it.

Is that hard to grasp?
Edited by: "FinbarMcDougal" 27th Apr
Skyhiigh27/04/2020 12:10

Four hour work week.Others which are very good area;The one thing (for …Four hour work week.Others which are very good area;The one thing (for prioritisation)Alchemy by Roy SutherlandDeep workAtomic habitsJoy on demand (for balance!)It's tricky as there's so many books in this space, most are just variations of the same content.


Some good ones in there. I espcially like Atomic Habits for it's pragmatism.
FinbarMcDougal27/04/2020 12:03

Interesting perspective. I thouht it was a load of utter twaddle. Of …Interesting perspective. I thouht it was a load of utter twaddle. Of course, if you're now on a 4 hour work week, I salute you


Earning £1000 per month providing education or entertainment on platforms such as Patreon or Gumroad is very achievable. There are places in the world where that £1000 a month will go a long way if you chose to live there. But yes this will require working more than 4 hours a week. It's just a marketing title, like 'Lean in 15'.

The book even provides useful advice on getting out of meetings and more working from home time.
FinbarMcDougal27/04/2020 12:35

What the heck are you on about? He said the 4 hour work week might be his …What the heck are you on about? He said the 4 hour work week might be his favourite; I said I had a different view on it.Is that hard to grasp?


Oops yes I read it wrong relax.

I'd make a good journalist with that kind of misinterpretation
Skyhiigh27/04/2020 12:10

Four hour work week.Others which are very good area;The one thing (for …Four hour work week.Others which are very good area;The one thing (for prioritisation)Alchemy by Roy SutherlandDeep workAtomic habitsJoy on demand (for balance!)It's tricky as there's so many books in this space, most are just variations of the same content.


Hi I have heard about Atomic Habits a lot on social media.any feedback about this if you don’t mind
Read his Wikipedia page before reading the book!
Settee27/04/2020 12:36

Earning £1000 per month providing education or entertainment on platforms … Earning £1000 per month providing education or entertainment on platforms such as Patreon or Gumroad is very achievable. There are places in the world where that £1000 a month will go a long way if you chose to live there. But yes this will require working more than 4 hours a week. It's just a marketing title, like 'Lean in 15'.The book even provides useful advice on getting out of meetings and more working from home time.


The big idea I find most people suddenly realise from Four Hour Work Week is that selling hours (your time) has a maximum.
You only have so many hours.
You can only get so much per hour (even if it's £100).

But, selling products can be very scalable.
And ideally you want to automate as much as possible.

I've revisited trying a few ideas out this month, looking at Amazon for warehousing, distribution, returns, etc.
Sure, they take a fee, but all I'll be doing is sending product to their warehouse.

+ You don't need to aim to be a millionaire, that's another big point. Personally I'm trying to generate a little extra so I can reduce the hours I work in an office, to spend it with the kids.

Who knew, books can be a great source of inspiration
Thanks.
Skyhiigh27/04/2020 15:15

The big idea I find most people suddenly realise from Four Hour Work Week …The big idea I find most people suddenly realise from Four Hour Work Week is that selling hours (your time) has a maximum. You only have so many hours.You can only get so much per hour (even if it's £100).But, selling products can be very scalable.And ideally you want to automate as much as possible.I've revisited trying a few ideas out this month, looking at Amazon for warehousing, distribution, returns, etc.Sure, they take a fee, but all I'll be doing is sending product to their warehouse.+ You don't need to aim to be a millionaire, that's another big point. Personally I'm trying to generate a little extra so I can reduce the hours I work in an office, to spend it with the kids.Who knew, books can be a great source of inspiration


Can I ask what sort of products?
CarloRivera27/04/2020 17:56

Can I ask what sort of products?


Not mine, no. But read Four Hour Work Week for inspiration.

As a core rule it needs a medium price point and high markup. e.g. buy for £1 sell for £30.

There's loads of products like this, but it's finding the ones that aren't saturated. Repurposing a product is ideal.
(E.g. a baby bath tap protector costs next to nothing to produce, yet brands sell them for £10-£20, but now there's loads of copies from China. Great idea but it's saturated already. If you had the idea for the tap protector first, you'd be laughing....)
Pick up a second hand copy of Anything You Want by Derek Sivers. A short book but one that I really enjoyed.
Skyhiigh27/04/2020 18:38

Not mine, no. But read Four Hour Work Week for inspiration.As a core rule …Not mine, no. But read Four Hour Work Week for inspiration.As a core rule it needs a medium price point and high markup. e.g. buy for £1 sell for £30.There's loads of products like this, but it's finding the ones that aren't saturated. Repurposing a product is ideal.(E.g. a baby bath tap protector costs next to nothing to produce, yet brands sell them for £10-£20, but now there's loads of copies from China. Great idea but it's saturated already. If you had the idea for the tap protector first, you'd be laughing....)


That's really interesting - thanks!
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