Think and Grow Rich Legacy World Tour announces new tour stop in Salt Lake City

Have you ever heard of the book: Think and Grow Rich? K-UTE Radio at The University of Utah is proud to be partnering with the “Think and Grow Rich Legacy Tour” for a special stop on their world tour in Salt Lake City, Utah, on September, 21st 2019. With one of the nations fastest growing economies, and boasting the highest density of entrepreneurs per capita, Utah truly embodies the entrepreneurial legacy that Think and Grow Rich is all about.

During the one-day event, participants will hear seminars from John C. Shin, author of How Rich Asians Think, and a diverse panel of industry experts, speakers, authors, entrepreneurs, and investors to transmit the success principles that allowed them to take action in their lives and achieve financial liberty and success. John Shin’s vision for The Legacy Tour is to honor the timeless principles laid out in Think and Grow Rich nearly a century ago, which made it possible for him to go from a family of first generation immigrants in the Glendale neighborhood of L.A, to living in Calabasas and becoming the unstoppable entrepreneurial force that he is today.

The skills you’ll learn from the “Think and Grow Rich Legacy Tour” include: increasing your cash flow, retaining clients and generating more sales, leadership development, clearer thinking, sales mastery, public speaking and much more. If you aspire to increase your income potential or to excel at your life’s endeavors and achieve happiness and contentment, then you do not want to miss your opportunity to experience the principles compiled by author Napoleon Hill like never before through industry experts who know they work!

Still Skeptical?

Have you read Think and Grow Rich so much that you could write it yourself? Still skeptical about the value this program offers you? So was David, who was at the tour stop in Phoenix, Arizona. Give it a chance and you might just end up learning something that you didn’t know!

Testimonial from David to other “jaded millennials”:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1xfv5hJMmY&feature=youtu.be

Early access to discounted tickets can be found at tgrworldtour.com/#gettickets. General Admission for students and Military members is $89 and $294 for adults. Continue reading to hear about my personal journey with Think and Grow Rich or listen to my interview with John C. Shin by following the link at the bottom of the article.

My personal journey 

I was probably 16 or 17 years old when that second stage of puberty started kicking in. No I’m not talking about the zits, or the random patches of hair cropping up everywhere. What I am talking about was an intense desire to better myself across the board, and not just on the skateboard this time around! Maneuvering the transition into manhood can be tricky; especially today where 18 year olds are thrust into a world they are ill equipped for; often acquiring debt, getting into trouble, or struggling to live paycheck to paycheck while working for someone else. I didn’t exactly know where to start myself, so I ventured into the self-help section of my local library and just started reading.

A need for change

Some time passed after graduating from High School, and I was still feeling lost, looking for insight anywhere. Still equipped with a stack of self-help books, I decided to get out and spend some time with my grandmother in Southern California. She was overjoyed to see her once overly active grandson with his head buried in books. When it was time to go back home, I asked my Grandma if she could recommend some books for me. She said there were two books that had the power to transform my perspective on life for good. She also told me they were the very books that she credits for her own success when starting a hypnotherapy business and eventually when getting into real estate. The first book, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, was short, metaphorical, and had pictures in it. An easy read, it was a great complement to the second book she recommended, which she told me would free my mind to “Think and grow rich”.

The book I was introduced to that day was Think and Grow Rich written by Napoleon Hill. It is agreed upon as the quintessential self-help book of the 20th century; however, to describe it as just another self-help book is somewhat of a misnomer and disservice. Inspired by the relentless entrepreneur Andrew Carnegie, Think and Grow Rich is the result of more than 20 years of the author following and studying the habits of people who had achieved great success. Ultimately, this “Philosophy of Achievement” is a compilation of 13 steps to riches that foster an entrepreneurial spirit and contribute overwhelmingly to stories of success both financially and personally.

When it all changed

The book I was introduced to that day was Think and Grow Rich written by Napoleon Hill. It is agreed upon as the quintessential self-help book of the 20th century; however, to describe it as just another self-help book is somewhat of a misnomer and disservice. Inspired by the relentless entrepreneur Andrew Carnegie, Think and Grow Rich is the result of more than 20 years of the author following and studying the habits of people who had achieved great success. Ultimately, this “Philosophy of Achievement” is a compilation of 13 steps to riches that foster an entrepreneurial spirit and contribute overwhelmingly to stories of success both financially and personally.

When you read a lot of self-help books, like I have, they tend to start blending in with each other, but after reading Think and Grow Rich I finally knew why this was. In the chapter entitled: Decision, Hill describes that, “Throughout this Philosophy will be found the suffusion that thought, backed by strong desire, has a tendency to transmute itself into its physical equivalent.” This archetypal principle of manifestation I had heard repeated over and over throughout the years ultimately came from this classic manual for success. Now, nearly 80 years later, these truly timeless teachings are as important as ever. For this reason I am so happy that John C. Shin and the “Think and Grow Rich Legacy Tour” have memorialized this special book in the form a world tour that brings the legacy of Napoleon Hill’s classic into the third dimension.

Interview with John C. Shin, founder of the Think and Grow Rich Legacy World Tour:

https://tinyurl.com/y6erqg3t