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I recently just finished reading think and grow rich and would like to know if anyone can recommend any other great books. This book has brought tears to my eyes what I've been after spending my many hours on the internet is inherently within. This is an incredible realization and I owe it partially to napoleon hill.
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  • Profile picture of the author luis23
    I thought this book was for getting inspired and get some goals to roll, no to cry. j/k

    Kiyosaki Books
    Donald Trump Books
    Any stuff from Tony Robbins
    Grunch of Giants
    The Richest Man on Babylon
    The Secret - Gurbash Chahal
    The Secret - Rhonda Byrne and her newest book too.
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanlucht
      Originally Posted by luis23 View Post

      I thought this book was for getting inspired and get some goals to roll, no to cry. j/k

      Kiyosaki Books
      Donald Trump Books
      Any stuff from Tony Robbins
      Grunch of Giants
      The Richest Man on Babylon
      The Secret - Gurbash Chahal
      The Secret - Rhonda Byrne and her newest book too.
      Stick to Robert Kiyosaki's first book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. It's easily his best (and some say his only worth reading)

      I'll also second the recommendation for anything Tony Robbins. Specifically for me, it's "Get the Edge". Great program.
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  • Profile picture of the author M Stevens
    Yeah, I still need to get around to reading this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Bell
    Originally Posted by NicholasCarter View Post

    I recently just finished reading think and grow rich and would like to know if anyone can recommend any other great books. This book has brought tears to my eyes what I've been after spending my many hours on the internet is inherently within. This is an incredible realization and I owe it partially to napoleon hill.

    I'm glad this book has impacted you, I too was blown away by these principles the first time I came across this book. Its amazing how your perspective changes once you start to grow internally. I encourage you to re-read this book 6 months later, and you'll be amazed what else pops out of this read!

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    As a man thinketh-James allen (quickey but power packed with info)
    Secrets of the Millionaire Mind - by T. Harv Ecker
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  • Profile picture of the author JustinP
    Some that haven't been mentioned that I have read multiple times:

    The Success Principles - Jack Canfield
    Excuses Begone - Wayne Dyer
    You were Born Rich - Bob Proctor
    The Answer - John Assaraf
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  • Profile picture of the author scortillion
    Originally Posted by NicholasCarter View Post

    I recently just finished reading think and grow rich and would like to know if anyone can recommend any other great books. This book has brought tears to my eyes what I've been after spending my many hours on the internet is inherently within. This is an incredible realization and I owe it partially to napoleon hill.
    The Richest Man on Babylon is very good.
    Anything by Norman Vincent Peale is good.

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    • Profile picture of the author slingingshot15
      Think and grow rich is a summary of napoleon hill's law of success. You should get that book but it is very huge but it contains great stuff.

      another good book is how to win friends and influence people by dale carnegie as well as the 7 habits of highly effective people... by stephen covey
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  • Profile picture of the author malpha
    Totally the 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles.

    You can get it free online or shell out $5 to get the offline version.

    It's one of THE personal development books that top coaches like Bob Proctor used to develop their self help programs.

    A note of caution: many of the concepts discussed are mind bending. Stick with studying and practically applying these concepts and you will receive an awesome return.

    Have a powerful day!

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    • Profile picture of the author Glycoboy
      Hi Nick,

      I'm a big fan of personal development. I also recommend the following:

      1) The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham - Esther and Jerry Hicks

      2) The Richest Man in Babylon - George S Clason

      3) The Science of Getting Rich - Wallace D. Wattles

      4) Three Magic Words - U.S. Andersen

      In addition, allowe me to share with you a practical article that more clearly illustrates the power of sex transmutation, one of the chapters in "Think and Grow Rich." Many people find this particular chapter a bit tough to grasp, but this article makes it easier to digest. If you decide to check it out, make sure to also read the reader's follow-up questions at the bottom. Here goes:

      Sex Transmutation: Sexual Energy into Genius

      Enjoy!

      -Luis
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryan Sorensen
    I'm reading think and grow rich now.

    The two books that have influenced me the most:

    Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by Harv T. Eker

    4 Hour Work Week Tim Ferris

    Can't get enough of those two!
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  • Profile picture of the author Amys101place
    Originally Posted by NicholasCarter View Post

    I recently just finished reading think and grow rich and would like to know if anyone can recommend any other great books. This book has brought tears to my eyes what I've been after spending my many hours on the internet is inherently within. This is an incredible realization and I owe it partially to napoleon hill.
    A great post, Nicholas. I'm a "inspiration book" junkie and Think and Grow Rich still ranks at the very top of my list. I loved it! I'm getting ready to start it for the third time. Also.. have you heard the Strangest Secret? (just recently discovered it doesn't work in Chrome.. so use IE) -- I've probably listened to that a few hundred times. It's food for the soul!
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    • Profile picture of the author DaveTaylor
      Hi,

      I listen to audio books in my car. A good one recently was 'What Would Napoleon Hill Do?'

      it is 'Law of Success' and 'Think and grow rich' explained and annotated in one book. It also talks about the principles in modern terms, explaining that the meaning of words when TAGR was written have changed slightly. They explain what was actually meant. I found it very enjoyable.

      I got it on audible.co.uk (or .com).

      I fully agree with the other recommendations. I have read 'Secrets of the Millionaire Mind' The Four Hour Work Week' and 'How Come That Idiot's Rich and I'm Not?'

      I just ordered Michael Masterson's 'The Pledge' I'll let you know how it goes.

      David
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  • Profile picture of the author Tzar
    Two of my favourites are "The Amazing Results of Positive Thinking" by Norman Vincent Peale and "Awaken the Giant Within" by Tony Robbins
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  • Profile picture of the author rcritchett
    Great question! TAGR is definitely a classic. I'm quite sure most of us have read it!

    The Success Principles by Jack Canfield is great. He outlines a lot of the same kinds of principles you'll see in most other books about success, but in different ways, and with new principles as well!

    Get the Life you Want by Richard Bandler. He talks about, and teaches you Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques. A great science developed by a linguist and a computer scientist that helps you to understand how to influence your brain. It's the study of success, it's the study of the structure of your internal experience, and it's also the study of how language effects the nervous system.

    Focal Point by Brian Tracy! Amazing book. He talks about his typical 80/20 stuff, doing more of what gets you results, and less of what doesn't, and an array of additional resources that can literally change the way you action on goals!

    TONS MORE!
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  • Profile picture of the author tandren544
    Great read... If you're in a "feely" mood, I also recommend...

    A Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl
    Personal Power by Anthony Robbins (I really like his audio tapes too)
    The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

    These are gamechangers, lol
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  • Profile picture of the author NicholasCarter
    Wow it looks like I have more books to add to my reading list

    I am going to reread secrets of the millionaire mind by t harv eker and get some of the many books that were recommended.

    thanks everyone,
    nick
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    • Profile picture of the author ECMartin
      Besides Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad, I recommend his Cashflow Quadrant book (hope I translated it well from my language ). I've read pretty much all his books and this one is the best. His most recent one (Conspiracy of the Rich) is also great.
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  • Profile picture of the author ktmakwana
    My favorite are:

    1) Twelve pillars - Jim Rohn / Chris Widener

    2) How to win friends and influence people - Dale Carnegie

    3) Seven habits of highly successful people - Stephen R. Covey

    4) The power of focus - Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Les Hewitt
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  • Profile picture of the author ChiTownRoc
    Anything written by Norman Vincent Peale.

    I have read The Power of Positive Thinking and Positive Imaging several times and am always refreshed.
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  • Profile picture of the author pethanks
    That's a nice book actually. It can inspire people to really dream and think rich and big.
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  • Profile picture of the author scortillion
    Originally Posted by LD Carter View Post

    If you like Think & Grow Rich, then you'll definitely love Napoleon Hill's original work called The Law Of Success (1925 Edition). I have a review on this book that you could check out if you've never heard of it. Just click the 2nd link in my sig.
    I agree this is his best work and covers a lot more then Think and Grow Rich.
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  • Profile picture of the author Azuremaiden
    Thought Vibration is a good one. I have the audio mp3. =]
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  • Profile picture of the author Billy Rey
    stay away from kiyosaki books. If you must, just read the first one.

    Everything else are just rehashes. No offense to fans here


    All my recommendations are already on this thread. These are some pretty good books to inspire you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edward Floyd
    Donald Trump: Think Big And Kick Ass is pretty inspirational. It has another author besides Trump who tells his story as an entrepreneur.
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    No BS Wealth Attraction in the New Economy By: Dan Kennedy.

    And posts like this...

    Ten Rules to Go From Broke to Financially Secure...and Beyond | Online Life Coaching
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  • Profile picture of the author scortillion
    Billionaire: Secrets to Success by Bill Bartmann is a good one too.
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