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Win Bigly

Do you like Scott Adams?

His recent book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big was an eye-opener to me. If you haven't read it yet I highly recommend you buy it now or check it out from your local library and read it. You will learn at least a few tips and tricks to make your life better.

He is coming up with a new book named Win Bigly - Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don't Matter and a sample chapter is available for download now. Technically it is only for people who pre-ordered the book but they don't validate the information you give them, so you can enter anything. Go to this link and enter your information and you will be shown a link to download the PDF.

I enjoyed it. I hope you will too.


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