Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice
A Book by Dennis Kimbro and Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill (October 1883 - November 1970 )was one of my most favorite motivational writers. I started to read his books when I was in High School.
Long ago I had read Napoleon Hill's famous book Think and Grow Rich for several times. It was one of my favorite books at that time. I have been giving this book to student as a gift on occasions like their Birthdays, Achievements etc.
Few days ago I visited a book exhibition in our city. Most of the books there were from American publishers. I bought some 20 books. One of the books was Think and Grow Rich A Black Choice.
This book is based on Napoleon Hill's Law of success.
When Napoleon Hill died, he left behind an incomplete manuscript dealing with specific problems of black Americans. The manuscript was completed by Dennis Kimbro, for Napoleon Hill Foundation. Kimbro combines Napoleon Hill's law of success with his own vast knowledge black culture, business and current affairs in this book.
The book is divided in 12 chapters, dealing with black culture in America, various laws of success, achievements by black Americans i.e. success stories of black Americans and many other things.
This is a masterpiece and inspiring book. Although it is specifically written for black Americans, everybody who want to know the secrets of success should read it. It is also useful for the readers who want to know black culture and black entrepreneurship.
Deniss Kimbro: Educator and Motivator
We know about Napoleon Hill. But who is Deniss Kimbro?
He is Ph.D. and consultant for small business. He is author, educator, speaker and research in the field of management. He writes in many business magazines.
Apart from Think and Grow Rich A Black Choice, he has written What Makes the Great Great, Daily Motivations for African-American Success, The Wealth Choice and What Keeps Me Standing.
Deniss Kimbro worked with Napoleon Hill foundation and lectures across United States.
What readers say about Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice
It will be important and interesting to know about what the readers of Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice think about this. Especially the black readers, as the book is written especially for them.
Deborah L. Parker, a motivational speaker and owner of a Company which arranges leadership and personal development workshops says, "After reading this book years ago, I took a few bold steps to get my leadership and personal development training company started. This book made me think and grow!"
Wanda Mcdowell says, "After reading this book I have changed my outlook on life and no longer have a victim mentality"
Carmen Mathews of San Diego says at Amazon.com, "Identifying the resources, problems and possibilities, via a book, and networking that targets African-American, is an excellent way to answer the questions that Napoleon Hill couldn't answer on a level that Kimbro could answer - combining direct experiences, and research makes for an excellent source to the secrets of success."
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