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Publisher's Summary

"The Formula for Getting Rich in Network Marketing...." People don't get rich by accident. There is a science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are certain laws which allow (or prevent) the accumulation of wealth. Once you know how to use these laws, you will get rich with mathematical certainty. Yes, you can learn how to get rich. In this book, you'll discover:


The exact, step-by-step formula you can use to attract money and wealth
The secret known by elite, very wealthy people, which leads to... "mega-wealth!"
A scientifically-proven, extremely-powerful "money mindset" that sends your ability to manifest wealth into white-hot overdrive!
The single most important thing you can do to attract big money!
What rich people know about money
This book was the inspiration for the worldwide best-seller The Secret, and contains everything you need to know about attracting money into your life.
©2009 Network Marketing Bookshelf (P)2014 Network Marketing Bookshelf
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By Kristy on 10-19-14

Quite monotone and mostly theories

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Someone who enjoys the theory behind behaviours may enjoy this book rather than wanting something with practical hands-on information

Would you ever listen to anything by Wallace D. Wattles and Hugh Newman again?

No

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

More voice inflection

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By Jay on 08-01-14

Not good

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Take think and grow rich, add a healthy amount of chain letters, perhaps just a sprinkling of hogwash - and there you have it.

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By Phil Allen on 09-28-17

Useless rubbish

All this book does is repeat that you must do and approach things "In a particular way..." over and over again. I gave up before the end but I'll bet it never tells what what the particular way is. Each chapter just repeats the same vacuous things in different ways - over and over! This "ain't" anything scientific - its "pseudo" and its a waste of anyone's time. Edward Lears book of nonsense is much better.

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