#14 Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice – Book Review

The 14th book I’m reading, reviewing and resourcing this year is Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice by Dennis Kimbro & Napoleon Hill. Watch my review of the text below. To see a full list of the 17 books I’m reading in 2017, click here.

Link to Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice Book Review on YouTube: https://youtu.be/M4traKO27wQ

“Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice” by Dennis Kimbro & Napoleon Hill. This book is a 1992 remake of Napoleon Hill’s original 1960 text. Kimbro takes Hill’s laws of success and infuses the experiences of successful African-Americans to enhance the message of cultivating greatness.

Purchase book here: https://www.amazon.com/Think-Grow-Rich-Black-Choice/dp/0449219984

Originally published: 1992 | Author: Dennis Kimbro & Napoleon Hill
Original language: English | Genres: Self-Help


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Hello! My name is Sarahn. I am an aspiring life coach/therapist who finds purpose and passion in relating to readers with my words and thoughts on health and wellness, personal reflection and positive lifestyle changes. I'm a lover of nature and nurture and come to you by way of sky high vibes and zucchini fries.

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  1. Hmmm. I definitely understand what you are talking about. Life can change in an instant and moments are not to be taken for granted. I do believe that when we are alive, well and able (which most of us are, fortunately), we should be in the pursuit of our hopes and dreams and focused not solely on doing but BEING, the greatness we all are inside.

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  2. I enjoy your explorations as you move through early adulthood. At 70 I think less is in our control than I once did. But I can see that the book inspired you and inspiration is always a good thing.

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    1. Thank you for watching and reading about my review of the book. I definitely felt inspired by it, but I’m realizing more and more the power of action and reflection and then more action, which is more powerful than inspiration.

      What do you mean by less is in our control than you once thought? What part of my review called to that part of your hindsight?

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      1. I think the idea that one has control over achieving success. My best friend from college got early onset Alzheimers at 57, putting an end to many of her yet unfulfilled dreams. My good friend’s middle son was killed in a chain car accident just as his life was coming together. These kinds of things happen and we can’t control them. Also our President could decide to take a course of action that would threaten all of us. That is the kind of thing I was thinking about.

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