Compound interest

Compound Interest

Certain changes that we make in our lives, both good ones and bad ones, have a compounding impact for years to come. Potent growth comes by choosing those repetitive practices that propel us toward the person we want to become. Find out how to make compound interest work for you.

Book recommendation, “The Life God Blesses” by Gordon MacDonald.
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