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Living Legend Sharon Lechter

The Trep Talk
May 11, 2017 9:00 AM

sharon-lechter image.jpegIf we mention the book series Rich Dad, Poor Dad, most of our readers are familiar with it and it’s co-author Sharon Lechter. If we mention the book by Napoleon Hill entitled Outwitting the Devil, most may know Sharon annotated the 1937 manuscript for today’s business world. Think and Grow Rich is also another famous book that Sharon has reworked for today’s businesswomen, Think and Grow Rich for Women.

Sharon’s work is well known, spanning more than 100 countries, selling more than 30 million copies, she has become a name known by entrepreneurs looking to be successful. Sharon is this week’s guest on The Trep Talk and offers an inspiring message and insight into success and her belief that it is powerful and important to create wealth through assets that work for you.

This week Sharon shares her involvement with the Napoleon Hill Foundation, the success and changes she chose for her life and the wonderful things that came from those changes. She gives so much of herself in this interview that you really cannot afford to miss it if you are a serious entrepreneur, open to the experiences of someone as successful and empowering as Sharon Lechter.

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The Trep Talk , hosted by Michael S. Melfi, is about those who educate, collaborate and inspire the entrepreneurial spirit. If you are an Entrepreneurs at any stages and interested in learning from successful Entrepreneurs and business leaders, this is for you. We will talk with our entrepreneurs about the mindset and behavior lessons that will translate to any business, at any stage. Our show provides relevant information to entrepreneurs in the way they like it - in easy to digest, bite size pieces of content. We look forward to you joining us on the show..

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