The book is intended to be read as a daily inspiration, with each of the 40 short chapters read on consecutive days. Each chapter contains a personal application section at the end with a “Point to ponder,” a “Verse to remember,” and a “Question to consider” over the course of that day. Rick Warren described his book as an “anti-self-help book.” The first sentence of the book reads, “It’s not about you,” and the remainder of the chapter goes on to explain how the quest for personal fulfillment, satisfaction, and meaning can only be found in understanding and doing what God placed you on Earth to do. The 40 chapters are divided into six major sections, with the following titles:
The Purpose Driven Life has sold over 30 million copies.
Tony has no direction in life and no hope for his future ~ until he meets Malcolm, a businessman who has faced many of the same challenges. Because Malcolm is willing to share his knowledge and experience with Tony, they both become successful and significant. There are setbacks for both student and teacher, but with hope and action they overcome challenges & difficulties and achieve significance.
This is a simple story about an unlikely pair of friends who learned the meaning of trust to overcome the odds and turn failure into success. This is the ultimate story of hope.
“Everyone should have the desire to never stop growing and learning. This book, Mentor: The Kid & The CEO, reminds us that mentors are a great way to achieve success in your physical, mental, spiritual, financial and social areas of your life. A quick read, this book is a must at all ages!”
~Dr. Gary Smalley, Author of Change Your Heart Change Your Life
“Couldn’t be more timely! Best wishes.”
~Steve Forbes, President & CEO, Forbes Magazine
Over 1 million copies in print.
Think and Grow rich has been used by millions of business leaders around the world to create a concrete plan for success that, when followed, never fails. About the author: As a young special investigator for a national business magazine, Napoleon Hill was sent to interview Andrew Carnegie. During that interview, Carnegie slyly dropped a hint of a certain master power he used; a magic law of the human mind-a little known psychological principle that was amazing in its power. Carnegie suggested to Hill that on that principle he could build the philosophy of all personal success-whether it be measured in terms of money, power, position, prestige, influence, or accumulation of wealth.
“Despite its title, this influential classic is about far more the being successful with money. It’s about mastering the self so that we may be as successful as we choose to be.” ~Helen Massicotte, Rockstar Finance
Studies indicate that over 80% of all arrests in the United States are related to alcohol and/or drugs. Originally published in 1939, this basic text has helped millions recover from alcoholism and addiction issues. In 2011, Time magazine placed the Big Book on its list of the 100 best and most influential books ever written in English.
Over 30 million copies sold