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阅读完成: 2020年11月27日

约半年前,Ken 就开始读这本书,后来竟然在商场的自助图书柜里见到了这本书。然后,我们去了一趟面朝牛羊的旅行,住在WIFI打死也进不去的小铁屋内,我把书大口大口地啃了下来。看到书名,肯定被认为想钱想疯了。其实我那个时候并没有什么人生方向,当时生意也遇到有人想害朕,这本书一直打着一个口号是:时代会改变,但是有些道理它是永恒不变的。所以我为了超脱一下,看了一本好像和钱打交道的书。😝


书诞生于美国大萧条,作者同时也是学者从大量的案例中总结了成功的要素。中有很大的边幅关注‘想要’对成功的重要意义,当一件事足够的想要,很多事情就会水到渠成。书中也提到了他的天生听力丧失的儿子,作者从小给儿子灌输这是一个特点而不是缺点,让儿子从小就不觉得这是一个缺陷,很小就可以踩自行车送报赚钱。要知道,对于一个听力障碍的小孩,在马路窜梭绝对让妈妈们心惊肉跳。现在很多成功学的都不提另一半对人生路意味着什么,很高兴,1937年的时候,这本书正式的好好谈了一下。可能现在离婚容易了,可能现在的恋爱关系更自由了,但我还是这个理论的守护者,另外一半的选择,还是需要提,因为它足够重要。对了,还有一个非常先进的思想不得不提:离婚只是一个修正错误行为,而为什么人们要指责纠错的行为呢?天啊,来自1937年!





Book by Napoleon Hill: Think and Grow Rich

Reading done by: 27 NOV 2020


My comments:

3.0 out of 5 stars. It's ok, but not fantastic.


I had high expectations on this book; maybe because it is famous. I am the own who wants to success under my own definition. However, I didn't get much from this book. Of course there are some useful elements that people don't consider anymore. For example, I agree partner is a crucial element for success, but people don't consider it that much nowadays. Moreover, it's interesting to read that the difference of his 2 sons, one cry for his desire, the order fight for himself.

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