From the list on reboot your mindset and relationship with financial security.
Who am I?
I grew up in poverty in the deep south of Georgia in the 80s where heavy racism existed. We survived on food stamps, living in a 2 bedroom wooden house with a tin roof that my grandfather and uncle built. It was a town of three thousand people all living, acting, and believing the same beliefs. Everyone had a poor mindset and thought that life everywhere was the same as ours. By changing the way my mind thinks, I became a banker for 10 years with 15+ years in financial services. I'm now also a 3x author, bestselling author, a Certified Coach and Certified NLP Practitioner, owner of multiple businesses, and live in two countries.
André's book list on reboot your mindset and relationship with financial security
Discover why each book is one of André's favorite books.
Why did André love this book?
Think and Grow Rich is a self-help book that was written by Napoleon Hill and first published in 1937.
The book is still one of the bestselling books of all time. For me it changed my perspective on why I should have wealth and how it is selfish not to get rich.
It also taught me self-discipline, and the importance of surrounding oneself with like-minded individuals. Not only did it change my perspective on wealth it changed how I viewed people with money and how they attained it.
The book has sold millions of copies worldwide and has been recommended by numerous successful people, including Oprah Winfrey and Tony Robbins. It has been praised for its practical advice and ability to inspire readers to take action toward their goals and dreams.
While some critics argue that the book's focus on individual achievement may come at the expense of social responsibility…
Think and Grow Rich
Why should I read it?
11 authors picked Think and Grow Rich as one of their favorite books, and they share why you should read it.
What is this book about?
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is one of the bestselling motivational books of all-time. Inspired by a suggestion from industrialist Andrew Carnegie, Hill explains the philosophy that helped the wealthiest and most accomplished members of society succeed.