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Think and Grow Rich has sold over 30 million copies and is regarded as the greatest wealth-building guide of all time. This 2nd Edition, completely remade by writer Cullen Bunn and Illustrator Joe Flood, the book encapsulates ideas from over 500 rich and successful people on how to achieve your dreams and get rich doing it. Money-making secrets complete with drive-it-home Think and Grow Rich has sold over 30 million copies and is regarded as the greatest wealth-building guide of all time. This 2nd Edition, completely remade by writer Cullen Bunn and Illustrator Joe Flood, the book encapsulates ideas from over 500 rich and successful people on how to achieve your dreams and get rich doing it. Money-making secrets complete with drive-it-home illustrations.


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Think and Grow Rich has sold over 30 million copies and is regarded as the greatest wealth-building guide of all time. This 2nd Edition, completely remade by writer Cullen Bunn and Illustrator Joe Flood, the book encapsulates ideas from over 500 rich and successful people on how to achieve your dreams and get rich doing it. Money-making secrets complete with drive-it-home Think and Grow Rich has sold over 30 million copies and is regarded as the greatest wealth-building guide of all time. This 2nd Edition, completely remade by writer Cullen Bunn and Illustrator Joe Flood, the book encapsulates ideas from over 500 rich and successful people on how to achieve your dreams and get rich doing it. Money-making secrets complete with drive-it-home illustrations.

30 review for Think and Grow Rich Smarter Comics

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cassie

    This was a book I won from the giveaways section of Goodreads. Originally I thought from the title that this book would give me tips to trying to make lots of money, but instead of that I got a book that was about motivation. This book uses a previously published book by the same name "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill and turns it into a 60 page comic book. It is excellent written and drawn (by Joe Flood). The book goes over several concepts about changing our own individual mind and how th This was a book I won from the giveaways section of Goodreads. Originally I thought from the title that this book would give me tips to trying to make lots of money, but instead of that I got a book that was about motivation. This book uses a previously published book by the same name "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill and turns it into a 60 page comic book. It is excellent written and drawn (by Joe Flood). The book goes over several concepts about changing our own individual mind and how that will help us to start down the path of success. The drawings are always images that we can instantly relate to the concepts that are being presented and as a result it becomes very easy for the reader to follow along. If you ever have a moment where you don't fully understand the concept being presented rereading it and looking at the picture usually will place you right back on track to what the book is trying to help you understand. I really enjoyed this book because it was simplistic in nature, but presented concepts that I think most of us need to think about for our lives. If the book had taken away the wording of Growing Rich and used any other goal that you wish to obtain it would have still worked as beautifully as it does. I specifically liked when they mentioned that only in some situations does education truly matter because sometimes it is drive that pushes you into the places you need to go. The last thing I want to mention is that because this is a book that is educational in nature it is awesome that the publishers included a small quiz at the end of the book to help to see if you learned the key concepts of the book. This is extremely helpful to individuals that truly want to grasp the concepts that are presented within. I would recommend spending the money for this book. The publisher is SMARTERComics and they do have a website that you can purchase it from.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Terri Lynn

    There are a lot of nuggets of wisdom in this well-done comic book for adults. Napoleon Hill was a writer of personal success literature that examined the role of personal beliefs and the role they play in a person's success or failure in life. He was once an adviser to President Franklin Roosevelt. This comic book is a much abridged visual version of his book THINK AND GROW RICH which was a bestseller. There are 13 steps to success listed here with ample description and illustration and they are There are a lot of nuggets of wisdom in this well-done comic book for adults. Napoleon Hill was a writer of personal success literature that examined the role of personal beliefs and the role they play in a person's success or failure in life. He was once an adviser to President Franklin Roosevelt. This comic book is a much abridged visual version of his book THINK AND GROW RICH which was a bestseller. There are 13 steps to success listed here with ample description and illustration and they are the very steps that I believe do work because they have worked for me. Practical helps are built into this book at every step to help you put them into action right NOW. I was glad to win this book in a Goodreads giveaway because I had heard so much about Mr. Hill's book Think and Grow Rich and now I will be seeking out a copy of that book so to follow up and learn even more from what I have gleaned in this excellent comic book. Don't let the words "comic book" make you shy away. This is not a kiddie book and is very well illustrated and is for adults who want to better their lives. This is a great place to start.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    A super abbreviated and easier to read version of a classic book. The language in the original book is very complex, and included more words I was unfamiliar with than any other book I've read. This version is much easier to read, although still complex. The illustrations are relevant to the points being made, with the occasional humorous touch (I love the choice for the alibi "if only I had embraced previous opportunities"). While I received this as a GoodReads First Read, it would be worth rea A super abbreviated and easier to read version of a classic book. The language in the original book is very complex, and included more words I was unfamiliar with than any other book I've read. This version is much easier to read, although still complex. The illustrations are relevant to the points being made, with the occasional humorous touch (I love the choice for the alibi "if only I had embraced previous opportunities"). While I received this as a GoodReads First Read, it would be worth reading this version. Those who want more detail can read the full book, as many successful people have. I plan to give this book to my younger brother, who is in his 20s, has lots of talent, and has yet to find his direction. It is accessible and doesn't take itself too seriously, yet keeps the spirit of original. The only complaint I have is that some of the 'chapters' end very abruptly. There is not much transition between them.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    What a great concept! A meaty comic with so much information, that I read it 3 times.The illustrations by Joe Flood are just great. Not only are you reading but by seeing the illustration more is absorbed. So glad some schools are using this approach. There are assignments for the reader but nothing stressful and I was interested in completing the task. I will be buying some of Smarter Comics with the different subjects.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Earl

    I admit I was hate reading this. Think and Grow Rich was a book I'd been meaning to read. I believe I even started it but was so bored out of mind that I stopped. So seeing a graphic novel seemed like a quick and interesting way to see what the book's all about. This format managed to seem as lifeless and outdated as the original form. But just because it didn't do anything for me doesn't mean it won't do something for someone. I hope it does.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    I won this graphic novel from Goodreads First Reads. It combines Napoleon Hill's principle's for attaining wealth with illustrations by Joe Flood showing examples of Hill's principles. Basically, Hill believes in the power of focused positive thinking. This book is the source of the famous quote, " A quitter never wins and a winner never quits.". I found the illustrations on "Famous Alibis" from pages 57 and 58 to be very appropriate.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Larry

    Received this publication as a First Reads award. This presentation format made what could be dry reading an easy, quick read. The information is presented in a visual format that helps identify with the concept being presented. It will take a place in my travel bag for quick reading and brainstorming.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Armando

    the knowledge you get from the book is very valuable. the illustrations depict what the text is about. this is a great book for people that do not want to read the original and still get the points of the book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    This graphic novel version of the classic Napoleon Hill advice book is a solid introduction. Couldn’t help but think how this books date is written all throughout it. It is so clear that this man is a white male and wrote this from that perspective. All in all his ideas of mind over body are interesting but ultimately just good thought experiments, especially if your not already one of the most privileged humans in the world.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Marker

    Now I am rating the smarter comics addition only for i have yet to read the full length book. I was interested yet sceptical about a self-help comic book but it turned out to be surprisingly good. While at times I felt like I was having someone overly dumb down ideas for me, I realized how helpful a comic that could be read in under an hour could be used to teach both youth and the masses in general. Many of the points in this book are in most other building success books that I have read, just Now I am rating the smarter comics addition only for i have yet to read the full length book. I was interested yet sceptical about a self-help comic book but it turned out to be surprisingly good. While at times I felt like I was having someone overly dumb down ideas for me, I realized how helpful a comic that could be read in under an hour could be used to teach both youth and the masses in general. Many of the points in this book are in most other building success books that I have read, just turned toward different aspects of life, money, happiness, love...... and so on. I do believe these methods work, its just not easy to change and maintain a positive mind set which is where many people, myself included get thrown of course and then don't immediately get refocased and lose the momentum and then just don't start again. The nice thing about this version is you don't need a lot of time to reread it if you start to lose you focas. I would recommend it and plan to look into some other smarter comics books to see what they have to offer.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    A great little read. Brings the best parts of the original wealth-building guide to life in short verse and excellent pictures. The idea expressed have been reviewed before, but the summarization is top notch, boiling long winded complex thoughts into clear concise phrases. The art by Joe Flood is reminiscent of age old comic books, combining nostalgia with contemporary objects (Mario Brothers). Highly suggest picking up a copy of this comic/graphic novel. It provides an interesting view of weal A great little read. Brings the best parts of the original wealth-building guide to life in short verse and excellent pictures. The idea expressed have been reviewed before, but the summarization is top notch, boiling long winded complex thoughts into clear concise phrases. The art by Joe Flood is reminiscent of age old comic books, combining nostalgia with contemporary objects (Mario Brothers). Highly suggest picking up a copy of this comic/graphic novel. It provides an interesting view of wealth building, one that has stood the test of over 70 years and still make sense in today's markets. NOTE: I received this through Good reads giveaways and have been provided no incentive for my review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Hong

    Let me just say that I'm not a big fan of non-fiction books, unless it's something like "Did-You-Know's" or science. Despite this, I decided to read the original Think and Grow Rich before reading this book. I got bored. Then I read this book instead. And managed to stay all the way through it! :D Mostly because there were pictures (duh). So after reading, I've learned the same things I porbably would've learned if I read the original, but with less...boredom. It was pretty amusing too ("purchasi Let me just say that I'm not a big fan of non-fiction books, unless it's something like "Did-You-Know's" or science. Despite this, I decided to read the original Think and Grow Rich before reading this book. I got bored. Then I read this book instead. And managed to stay all the way through it! :D Mostly because there were pictures (duh). So after reading, I've learned the same things I porbably would've learned if I read the original, but with less...boredom. It was pretty amusing too ("purchasing knowledge"? Punny xD), but you have to read it to get it. Anyway, 3.5 stars. :D I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nandi Crawford

    I LOVE this book. so much so you can get it from me via Clickbanks(shameless ad). I found out about this book earlier this year, and was able to buy the book and read it. To be honest, it was shorter and I was able to grasp quicker what Mr Hill was saying. not saying the book itself was not good but to be honest, it made me want to go back and read the book through NO LIE. it is just illustrated, shorter and quicker to grasp.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nora

    The text was informative, and the illustrations effective, but I feel like they could have interacted with one another more dynamically to hold the reader's interest. As it is, my overall impression was "dry." I received this book through a Goodreads giveaway.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Recieved this book through Goodreads First Reads.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Loved it! Easy to read and follow. It motivated me to do more with my life. Disclaimer: I got this book through Goodreads' giveaway program.

  17. 5 out of 5

    rui chen

  18. 4 out of 5

    Hàn Lăng

  19. 4 out of 5

    Laura Paulisich

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jaydeep Rampal

  21. 4 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl Proc

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lou

  23. 4 out of 5

    Pooyan Hamidi

  24. 5 out of 5

    THESEXYMAN

  25. 5 out of 5

    Hayley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Limitless

  27. 5 out of 5

    Pdxeb

  28. 5 out of 5

    Maria

  29. 5 out of 5

    GIT KINDLE 02

  30. 4 out of 5

    Manish agrawal

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