Outwitting The Devil by Napoleon Hill

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I recently read this just-released book and HIGHLY recommend it. It's written in an interview format between Hill and the Devil, with the Devil bragging about all the ways he keeps people down in misery and defeat, countered with Hill's explanations of how to defeat the Devil.

The book was supposed to be released in 1937 as the sequel to Think and Grow Rich but because of it's highly critical view of organized religion, Hill's wife urged that it not be published until they had both passed away, hence the long delay.

Thanks to the Hill family for finally releasing the manuscript and to Sharon Lechter (of 'Rich Dad' fame) for assisting with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Newview
    Thank you for the information, it sounds like a great read, as I am sure many people can relate to that feeling of misery and defeat. It can be overwhelming at times, and can drive you to inaction because of the self-imposed mindset of fear of failure.
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  • Profile picture of the author joefalk
    Thats interesting! Im gonna check it out. Thank you
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    • Profile picture of the author ENJ Media
      I've never heard about this book by Hill. Will try to check it out.

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  • Profile picture of the author Bill Lassiter
    Definately on my must reads. Thanks so much for the information!
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  • Profile picture of the author tierney211
    That is great news. Thanks for the info!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ephrils
    Sounds like a really cool book idea. I didn't know there was supposed to be a followup to "Think and Grow Rich" either. I bet it's a fascinating read.

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  • Profile picture of the author Alfredo Carrion
    I've never heard of the book before... where did you get it from?
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