Think and Grow Rich Reviews

No literary work in the self-help genre has had a greater creative impact than Think and Grow Rich. Originally published in 1937, it has since sold over 100 million copies worldwide. More millionaires, cultural icons, and thought leaders attribute their success to this book than to any other. The legendary prosperity teacher Bob Proctor says he’s “been studying Think and Grow Rich every day for nearly 55 years.” In 1969, Bruce Lee used Hill’s advice about defining your chief personal aim and wrote, “I, Bruce Lee, will be the highest paid Oriental superstar in the United States.” In an interview with GQ, singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey recommended everyone read Think and Grow Rich. Self-made millionaire and self-help guru Tony Robbins even claims to have modeled his book MONEY: Master the Game on it. Read what these and other prominent individuals have to say about how Think and Grow Rich has shaped their success journey.

“I read it every two or three years to keep my drive going.”
— Daymond John, Founder and CEO of FUBU apparel and Co-Star of ABC TV’s Shark Tank
“It’s been a major book in my growth and development…. It will begin to introduce to you a part of yourself that you don’t know right now.”
— Les Brown, motivational speaker and author
“If I had to recommend one book, it would have to be Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich…. It’s epic”
— Robert Herjavec, self-made tech mogul and Co-Star of ABC TV’s Shark Tank
“I was introduced to Think and Grow Rich as a high school student. It gave me a new lease on life when I realized I could do anything if I had the desire and believed I could achieve my goals.”
— S. Truett Cathy, founder of Chik-fil-A
“Napoleon Hill’s quest has been an inspiration to me.”
— Tony Robbins, life and business strategist
“This is the best single book on personal success ever written; it made me a millionaire starting from nothing.”
— Brian Tracy, New York Times best-selling author and success expert
“Think and Grow Rich contains the ideas, the definitions, and the clarifications that provide the ANSWERS. Hill describes it as a roadmap to riches. I’m telling you, it’s the most important success thinking you’ll ever be exposed to—as long as you repeat it until it becomes your reality.”
— Jeffrey Gitomer, the King of Sales
“Think and Grow Rich! ….Buy it…you have a book. Read it…you have the blueprint. Do it…you have the world!”
— Cactus Jack Barringer, entrepreneur, inventor, and salesman extraordinaire
“It is the classic of all classics.”
— Harvey Mackay, New York Times best-selling author of Swim with the Sharks without Being Eaten Alive
“If not for [the Henry Ford story in Think and Grow Rich], I don’t think I would have seen the light that you could always hire the attributes of the next guy that you don’t have yourself to build an empire on their know-how.”
— Barbara Corcoran, real estate investor and Co-Star of ABC TV’s Shark Tank
“Instead of working really hard, read and reread Think and Grow Rich. Study it line by line, paragraph by paragraph so you can figure out what Napoleon Hill was really saying. And then act on it. Do that, and I guarantee you will earn the amount of money you desire.”
— Bob Proctor, chairman and co-founder of the Proctor Gallagher Institute
“I read about Napoleon Hill and try to know God. They say he’s the key to my blessings, and if I speak good into existence, that instant my dreams will unlock.”
— Kendrick Lamar, seven-time Grammy-winning rap artist
“I read a book called Think and Grow Rich. It really isn’t all about money. I’m rich in spirit and in my heart. As long as I feel a million dollars, that’s what matters.”
— Anthony Joshua, Unified World Heavyweight champion