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Written by the authors who brought you the best-selling book Go for No!, their next inspiring fable has finally arrived. The Diamond Line is a clever reimagining of the motivational classic Acres of Diamonds by Russell Conwell, first published as a book in 1890.
Russell Conwell not only believed it was possible for any person to become rich - he believed it was a person's duty to do so. Furthermore, Conwell felt that each of us is standing in the middle of our acres of diamonds - that everything we need to achieve success and personal wealth is right beneath our feet if only we are able to recognize it. In The Diamond Line, you will be taken back to an imaginary moment in time before the book was written, having the chance to meet some of the greatest icons in history, including PT Barnum, Andrew Carnegie, Frederick Douglass, and several other interesting and enlightening characters.
©2015 Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz (P)2016 Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton
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By BILL ROSKUSZKA on 07-31-16

Excellent thought provoking story

Teaches a valuable lesson through an engaging story. Each and every chapter opens with a real quote from one of the influential characters.

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By Gary on 06-15-16

Lacking Impact

Whilst the story was okay I felt that the message lacked impact I was disappointed

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