In How I Made My First Million Dollars, Marie T. Taqui shares her experiences growing up in the Ivory Coast, West Africa and the journey she took from extreme generational poverty to making over a million dollars in a year, a few years after discovering the success principles of Dr. Napoleon Hill.
Taqui shares the original text of Napoleon Hill's 1937 book Think and Grow Rich, in which Hill shared stories and lessons drawn from interviews with Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and other millionaires of his generation at the height of their success. The timeless wisdom that he discovered from these titans of industry is still relevant and applicable today.
Incorporating modern examples of successful individuals, this book shares the secrets and principles that helped the author to attain financial success beyond her wildest dreams, and outlines the specific steps that explain how anyone else can do the same.
If you are looking for a pathway out of poverty, or for a roadmap to increase your personal wealth, this book can help you achieve any goal you set for yourself.
“Life is short and if you were born in poverty, like I was, chances are you will spend the majority of your life making mistakes, drifting aimlessly through life with no clue about how to activate the riches you were born with, and die broke, leaving your children with no road map through the mazes of life,” Taqui says.
This reality can be drastically changed with the science of success depicted in How I Made My First Million Dollars, as readers can discover for themselves that the opportunity to accumulate money and material things, essential for freedom of body and mind, are well within their reach.
Beyond financial success, the greatest of all riches, such as loving family relationships, lasting friendships, understanding of others, and self-analysis with the aim of self-improvement, all of which bring true peace of mind, can be activated with the lessons outlined in this book.