Think. Aspire. Achieve book by Madara Ogot
Think. Aspire. Achieve takes the key lessons from Hill’s book, repackages and presents them in a context more relevant for the 21st Century. Current concepts and schools of thought in corporate and personal success have been incorporated alongside contemporary examples.
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Napoleon Hill was born October 26, 1883 and died on November 8, 1970, at age 87. Of his many books, Think and Grow Rich remains a top seller over 70 years after its publication in 1937.
Hill’s principles remain as timely as ever. Think. Aspire. Achieve takes the key lessons from Hill’s book, repackages and presents them in a context more relevant for the 21st Century. Current concepts and schools of thought in corporate and personal success have been incorporated alongside contemporary examples.
The book is presented as a call to action for you to decide on your life goals, have the right mental attitude, and take the necessary steps towards thinking and achieving them.
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