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Bob Proctor is a professional at the application of mind discipline. This book is his distillation of the ideas taught in Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. Here are five thought questions to get you started with your book group if you want to cover You Were Born Rich.

  • Which poem is your favorite in the book and why?
  • Do you agree with Bob’s discussion of Source energy and God?
  • In what ways are you preventing yourself from being like Paul Hutsey?
  • Do you have any examples of how you acted like Bob’s Aunt and it worked?
  • Do you believe the idea behind the title applies to you?

List your comments and questions here about You Were Born Rich.  If you are ready to get started studying with us or want to get your own group started, register for the tips of building a successful book club.  Download free reader’s guide and book pdf from the resources page.

In friendship,

Lori L. Barr, M. D.

Vice President, MindTamers

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