• £16.99

Publisher Description

Think and Grow Rich is the number-one inspirational and motivational classic for individuals who are interested in furthering their lives and reaching their goals by learning from important figures in history. The text read in this audiobook is the original 1937 edition written by Napoleon Hill and inspired by Andrew Carnegie, and while it has often been reproduced, no updated version has ever been able to compete with the original. It has been used as a roadmap to achievement by countless individuals.

The 13 Steps to Riches described in this audiobook offer the shortest dependable philosophy of individual achievement ever presented for the benefit of the man or woman who is searching for a definite goal in life. It comes directly from the experiences of hundreds of America's most successful men.

Hill interviewed 504 people, including Ford, Wrigley, Wanamaker, Eastman, Rockefeller, Edison, Woolworth, Darrow, Burbank, Morgan, Firestone, and three United States presidents. The process of conducting these interviews required an investment of 20 years of Napoleon Hill's life.

This audiobook will guide many to success, and has sold millions of printed copies for nearly three quarters of a century. Yes, one can gather from the title that the starting place for wealth is in a person's thoughts — and this title is the source for most of today's motivational speakers. So why not go back to the original source?

Business & Personal Finance
Erik Synnestvedt
hr min
March 1
Gildan Audio

Customer Reviews

Hunmperh ,

Top book for self development

Best book i have read so far, much recommended

Amit Vajir ,


Do not buy this as it cuts off with three hours remaining.

Neil88mph ,

Five for the book, zero for the audio

Book is great, buy and enjoy. The audio is rubbish as the first half misses chunks out and when you move the slider the audio carries on as if you did nothing so you can't move about. Second half is better but cuts off and is impossible to accurately navigate. This hasn't been tested, complained to Apple but heard nothing. £7 wasted and some more poir customer service from Apple.

Listeners Also Bought