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Whether you are new to the business world or have been working hard to build wealth for the past 50 years, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about Napoleon Hill’s best-selling book, Think and Grow Rich. (If you haven’t heard of this book, run to your nearest bookstore or get yourself a copy of it online. Yes, it’s that good!)

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill has been called the "Granddaddy of All Motivational Literature" and “The best book to read to be successful.” It was written by one of the world’s top winners. The reason this book is so impactful is that it was the first book to ask, “What makes someone successful or what makes a winner?” Napoleon Hill dedicated a good portion of his life searching for the answer and wrote down his findings in this book along with his philosophy for the “Law of Success”. 

In fact, these principles have made such an impression on the business world that executive producer John C. Shin has created a Think and Grow Rich World Legacy Tour to keep these ideas circulating. The idea behind the event is for prominent speakers, authors, entrepreneurs, and investors to offer advice and tips for success while also providing a unique perspective on the success principles from the legendary book, Think and Grow Rich.

Among the elite Think and Grow Rich World Legacy Tour speakers is serial entrepreneur and angel investor Didi Wong.

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Among the elite Think and Grow Rich World Legacy Tour speakers is serial entrepreneur and angel investor Didi Wong. In 2019, Sir John C. Shin hand-selected Didi Wong to be a resident speaker for the Think and Grow Rich tour, where she traveled the United States speaking about her favorite success principle —Decisions.

“Think and Grow Rich is such an impactful book for the business world. The principles laid out in the book still exist and essential even in today’s business world. My favorite one is success principle number seven about decisions,” says Wong.

“Did you know that the average adult makes about 35,000 decisions every day? Do I drink diet coke or soda water? Take the highway or back roads? So if you want to become successful in business and even in your personal life, you must be accurate and efficient in your decision making,” says Wong.

Nathalie Nicole Smith states that working hard and staying true to yourself are sure ways to win in life.

“I attribute my success to decision making, which is why I’m so passionate about it. Think about it, the time it takes me to drag on decisions is wasting my time and money. The faster you can train yourself to make great, accurate decisions, the more time and money you save yourself in the long run, and your growth as an entrepreneur will skyrocket,” says Wong.