When two people get together to brainstorm solutions to problems, it creates a “third mind” that can think of solutions and come up with ideas that wouldn’t happen with an individual on his or her own, writes Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich. 

Many people call this a study group. Regardless of what you call it, do you have one? And is it bringing you the results you set out to achieve?

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