Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Could a comic book make you rich?
I’m pleased to announce that one of my all-time favorite self-improvement books is now a comic.
SmartComics has turned Napoleon Hill’s classic “Think and Grow Rich” into a comic book.
I like the original book better than the comic.
The book has a really nice book video here:
And I was a little disappointed in the quality of the comic drawings. The resolution wasn’t the best either.
However, the comic does focus on the major parts of “Think and Grow Rich.”
It puts the lessons into a simpler format. I’ll be keeping the comic on my shelf. I often get rid of books after reading them. This one is a keeper for me, especially since the original book is in my top ten all-time favorite self-improvement books.
In this book you’ll discover:
Why your thoughts are worth millions of dollars, the three enemies blocking success, how to overcome procrastination, and the power of your subconscious mind.
The comic has one part on how to use sexual energy for success. I hate that part was included because I feel it makes the book rated “not for children.” I work with children and would not feel comfortable explaining that chapter.
Here is the Amazon link for the book:
And if you've not done so already -- check out my self-improvement book if you'd like to discover more secrets on success:
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