Richer Thinking

So what is it that sets Napoleon Hill's book, 'Think and Grow Rich', apart from all other books on the subject of Personal Development? For me, the answer is simple. My thoughts become richer with each reading of these amazing chapters. Then, reading and listening to the effect that Napoleon's words have on others from around the world, ideas which might never have been realised, becoming crystal clear, I can only wonder at the power of the written word...

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Interactive Community Engagement

The last chapters of Napoleon Hill's book, 'Think and Grow Rich', deal with the human mind and how we become what we think about most of the time. The final chapter, entitled, ‘How to Outwit the Six Ghosts of Fear’, alerts readers to the importance of preparation by first understanding how INDECISION, DOUBT and FEAR will directly hamper attempts at putting the philosophy, as a whole, into practical use…

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The features on this topic which have been published in the DVN over recent months are personal views, produced as a result of the writer’s thoughts and feelings at the time. There is plenty of other original content at which adds substance and value to that printed in the DVN. These are real world examples of how ordinary men and women are helping themselves to become better community minded members. The writer has become familiar with most of those who participate on the forum through the weekly live discussions, many of which are recorded and made freely available to all comers.

Personal growth comes through community interaction and thanks to the power of the Internet, a person's location will not limit their ability to participate with other like-minded people, wherever they may live...
Richard Parsons, West Dean

Updated on 12-Jul-2014