Are You One in a Million?: Discover Your Uniqueness Factor
Using carefully researched data, and taking into account calculations worked out by readers using formulae provided in the book, Peter Hewkin will then tell you that 1 in 500 adults have visited Yellowstone, 1 in 100,000 enjoy skydiving etc. Multiply your 5 results (500 x 100,000 x .x . x.) to discover whether you are indeed One In A Million. The book contains examples of the calculations for a host of celebrities and has dozens of pages left clear for the reader to make the calculations for family and friends.
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Are You One in a Million?
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