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Expose on the author, worth a read too:
https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/t...1789385645
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So this automatic, don't see money in front of me yet...
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Expose on the author, worth a read too:
https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/t...1789385645
This article was great, worth the read for sure...
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Expose on the author, worth a read too:
https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/t...1789385645
Thanks for the share. I've been exposed to a lot of ideas lately on how our thoughts manifest our reality. Seems to be a lot of truth to it as well as a lot of deception.
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Expose on the author, worth a read too:
https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/t...1789385645
I've read his books and I think the author of the article made some mistakes but I doubted most of Mr Hill's stories as they seemed highly exaggerated. He claims to have advised FDR... I've never seen him confirmed in any WWII document that he claims to have been part of
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Amazon offers kindle download of "Think and Grow Rich" for free!

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During the great recession I spent a lot of time in this space, including weekly "mastermind" group meetings where the book is dissected chapter by chapter.

My conclusion? Hard work, positive attitude, and faith that you will be successful are the equivalent of buying a lottery ticket. If you don't have those, you definitely won't win. But the Powerball winners - do we interview them and write a book about how brilliant they are and their "techniques" for winning?

The false belief of the successful is that they achieved something others didn't through some force of their own doing, when there are millions of others who worked just as hard and also put their heart into it. The Zuckerbergs and even the top local business owners in a small town can't live with the notion that the difference is just one thing - luck.
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