Will you be the next person to Think and Grow Rich?

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Guest Post by: Ulyses Osuna
Soon to surpass 80 years in publication, the time has finally arrived for Think and Grow Rich—a knowledge filled novel for anybody striving for more in their lives by Napoleon Hill, to be unveiled on the big screen as a feature length film for the new generation of dream seekers to gather their knowledge.

This novel, which has sold over 70 million copies world wide, has helped thousands if not millions of its past readers decide to take a step forward, and start working towards the life they have always wanted. Think and Grow Rich has helped it’s readers grow not only financially, but individually as well—teaching them the most important values a successful person should have, and how to utilize them in day to day life.

One of the most interesting concepts, however, is that Napoleon Hill, the creator of this book, was able to go from rags to riches during the great depression. A time when people felt at their worst, physically and financially, and had little motivation to go forward.

The best part? Napoleon Hill published his novel for these people specifically—the people that needed the most help. And help them he did.

Scott Cervine, the powerhouse director of the film Think and Grow Rich, is also the person who acquired the exclusive rights from the Napoleon Hill Foundation, to transform this book into a more easily accessed film. Thanks to Scott, as well as the producers who worked along side him for 3 years, Sean Donovan, Karina R. Donovan, and Joel Franco, this film has become a reality that will be released in only a few short days.

If you are a fan of the book and soon to be film as well, be sure to grab your tickets here, to attend the premiere and take part in all of the festivities as well.

Address: 1000 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90015
Location: Regal L.A. LIVE: A Barco Innovation Center
Red Carpet: 5:30pm – 6:00pm
Film Kick Off with Producers & Director: 6:20pm – 6:30pm
Film Showing: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Q & A with Cast: 8:00pm – 8:30pm
As Well As… a panel discussion with the cast hosted by Gerard Adams
Attire: Formal/Semi Formal

One of the main goals for the Director, Producers, and every other person who took part in making this film a reality, is to stay true to the content. Not only to tell the story of how this book came to be, but how Napoleon Hill decided that the 13 main principles targeted, which include Desire, Specialized Knowledge, Auto Suggestion, Faith, and many others, were key in making a person successful—and how to utilize them best.

They want to share the inspiring message that no matter who you are, where you came from, your past or present socioeconomic status, or any other factor that you may feel impacts you, you do have the potential to succeed.

In this day and age, with all the politics and judgments surrounding and deciding which responsibility belongs to who, or who is capable of what, it is important to remember that human potential is not dictated by age, gender, education, race, finance, and again any other factor a person may feel can tear them down.

In fact, through this book and now film, a person can easily discover why these factors are what make them unique, and will help make them successful in their own way.

Every individual has their own path. Every individual has their own path to forge. We will not be successful if we try to take away from others, or copy the exact movements of those who have succeeded before us.

To truly be successful, we must accept who we are, and what we can achieve, and strive forward with an iron fist.

People like Bob Proctor, Lewis Howes, Rob Dyrdek, Barbara Corcoran, Grant Cardone, Darren Hardy, John Lee Dumas and many more incredible thought leaders, have already seen the possibilities Think and Grow Rich has to offer.

They have dedicated much of their time to make the film a reality for those who have not yet heard of the impact of the novel.

So, the only thing left to decide is, will you be the latest successor to the Think and Grow Rich Legacy?

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