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Think and Grow Rich Today - Book Launch in Auckland

New Zealand's award-winning success mentor Catherine Newton to launch new book Think and Grow Rich Today in Auckland


AWARD-WINNING success mentor, author and entrepreneur Catherine Newton will launch her new book Think and Grow Rich Today in her native New Zealand at a function in Auckland at the end of this month.

The launch for Think and Grow Rich Today will be held at the Novotel in Ellerslie on February 28, starting at 6pm.

As the founder and chief executive of Catherine Newton International – a mentoring, training and coaching firm which covers topics such as mindset, marketing, business and personal growth – the Auckland-based Catherine Newton’s services are highly sought after by many.

She has spoken at various events in America, Australia and New Zealand, sharing the stage with the likes of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and former New York mayor and 2001 Time magazine Person of the Year Rudy Giuliani.

In 2011, Catherine was named International Mentor of the Year at the Top One Awards and was a finalist in the entrepreneur and business of the year categories.

As an author, Catherine co-wrote the best-selling book Over-comers Inc. and training systems Your Life Enriched, Gain Clarity, Clients and Cash-flow and Your Money Blueprint.

The Tauranga-born Catherine is currently being mentored by some well-known American personalities, including Donald Trump’s right hand man George Ross, law of attraction master Dr Bob Proctor and serial entrepreneur Dr Nido Qubein.

In Think and Grow Rich Today, Catherine and other leading experts from around the world reveal their honest account of how they turned their lives and businesses around by using the timeless success principles, as foretold by Napoleon Hill in his 1937 best-selling book Think and Grow Rich, and offer reader tips on how to succeed in today’s world.


What becomes apparent while reading Think and Grow Rich Today is many of these experts have themselves encountered a few setbacks along the way before striking it big in the game of life.

Catherine Newton, for instance, reveals in her chapter that she was a single mother whose nest egg was slowly dwindling away before she took a bold punt by selling her home and sinking everything she had into her business.

Think and Grow Rich has already achieved success overseas, reaching best-seller status on website Amazon upon its release.

“If you are a fan of the classic Think and Grow Rich, then you'll love this modern-day version of the epic book. If you want to get motivated, inspired, and learn success tips for your business and life, then this is for you,” says Catherine.

There are two types of tickets available – early bird ($35) and general admission ($60) – for the Think and Grow Rich Today book launch.

Those prices include a copy of Think and Grow Rich Today, a glass of bubbles and nibbles.

Success-seekers who enjoy networking and a chance to celebrate are encouraged to attend Catherine Newton’s book launch for Think and Grow Rich Today.


Enquiries: support@catherinenewton.com

Website: www.catherinenewton.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CatherineNewtonSuccessCoach

Twitter: twitter.com/Coach_CJ

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