The Best Book I’ve Ever Read

The best book I’ve ever read is ‘The Master Key to Riches’ by Napoleon Hill. I rated it 99.5 out of 100 and is a book I would highly recommend to everyone.

It was written to capture the life philosophy of Andrew Carnegie an inspirational Scottish Industrialist who moved out to America at a young age. With his family he started from nothing and worked his way up in a rags to riches style from the shop floor to running one of the greatest business empires of all time.

He was a great philanthropist, and encouraged reading and learning, particularly access to free libraries for all people. He wanted to encourage others to follow in his footsteps, and encouraged Napoleon Hill to conduct a study of all the great success stories he could find, and the personal attributes of people that made them successful. His great insight was ‘going the extra mile.’ He recognises that great success is built on individuals putting a bit extra effort into everything they do. He states that this extra effort is always rewarded and that individuals benefit from putting in the extra effort themselves.

It is very well written and very inspiring. It can be used by all people of all ages, and I am recommending it to everyone I know. I read it on a flight back from Australia on the plane and it was very inspirational.

Of all the self help books I’ve read, this was by far the most inspirational and I recommend everyone to read it.