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Making My First Ten Million [eBook]

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Can a simple short story that requires a mere 10 minute read really change a person’s ability to attract more money into their life? This powerful, true story is about how a young man realized how he was trading his time for money. But through a chance conversation and light bulb moment, he suddenly learned how the wealthy used leverage to create passive cash flow and abundant lifestyles. . . . Read More Below

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Can a simple short story that requires a mere 10 minute read really change a person’s ability to attract more money into their life? This powerful, true story is about how a young man realized how he was trading his time for money. But through a chance conversation and light bulb moment, he suddenly learned how the wealthy used leverage to create passive cash flow and abundant lifestyles.

One either attracts or repels money, and most people have never diagnosed which action they are engaging in. What is extraordinary is that reading one short book can change your philosophy about money, which sets the stage for a potential life altering new relationship with money. In order to ascertain what is holding yourself back financially, you shall be urged to open your mind and think like someone who has figured out the secret to freedom.

When you only earn from your own efforts, it is near impossible to break through and create wealth. But when you have leveraged income, a whole new world opens up to you. The sky becomes the limit.

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Author Brian Carruthers
Publisher Next Century Publishing LLC
Publication Date No
ISBN 9781939268921
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