Recommendation of the Month

Target Think Thursday

Happy Thursday!
As I write this post, I am so filled with excitement about my next recommendation that it is hard to get my fingers to catch up with the thoughts going through my mind.  My last selection generated positive responses and additional readers so I feel the multiple readings of each chapter were well worth it and it allowed me to pick up additional information included in the text that I missed the first time around.

This selection is a combination of two classic books that were written long before the Internet and social media.  Some of the amazing people profiled may not be easily recognized if not for the companies that bear their names.  However, the material taught is timeless and relevant to life today.  They also tie in nicely to the reflection questions from our readings of The Millionaire Next Door.

Now without further delay, the recommendation of the month are two classic titles by Napoleon Hill.  Both titles can be purchased in a single book format from Amazon and likely other retailers as well.  My recommendation is entitled, “Think and Grow Rich” & “The Law of Success in 16 Lessons.”

For those who are unaware, Napoleon Hill wrote these books after interviewing hundreds of successful people during the 1930s.  His writings are considered some of the best-selling books of all time and they continue to be widely read today. 

If you are interested in joining me on this perusal and study of these titles, grab a book and read along.  Each Thursday, I will post a series of questions for self-reflection and application under the heading Target Think Thursday. 

Until next time,

“The world does not pay men for that which they ‘know’. It pays them for what they do, or induce others to do.” – Napoleon Hill

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