Book of the Month – Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and Ben Holden-Crowther

This month in our personal development book a month challenge, we'll be reading a classic.  Topping the charts for nearly a century, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and Ben Holden-Crowther is a timeless study on how you can achieve your goals, financial or otherwise.

Think and Grow Rich is a book you'll want to buy and put in your personal library if you haven't already.  I've read this one many times, and each time I get a little more out of it.  If you have already read it but haven't read it for awhile, your challenge is to read it again!

About the Author 

Don Smith

Former bank director who enjoys helping people master their finances. Father of five, founder of The Personal Growth Channel, and business owner.

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