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Without a doubt Blueprint for Making Millions will draw you in as it takes you on a roller-coaster ride on the back of this average individual with his rags to riches journey. This is a story of a simple man's dream to develop a millionaire's attitude and mindset in less than 18 months. You may be skeptical and that's OK. But keep your mind open to new ideas as they are the seeds to great accomplishment. You will experience first hand the obstacles and accolades that come and go from one experience to another just before greatness occurs. Make no mistake about it, you will develop a millionaire's attitude and intellect as you work along side this master of business during every step of his fortuitous journey. Wealth and money are only part of Blueprint for Making Millions. It is also about being able to develop a dynamic personality. You will learn master strategies of how to sell to people your will and they will appreciate you for doing it.
Published: Morgan James Publishing on
ISBN: 9781600374395
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