The Imposter: How a Juvenile Criminal Succeeded in Business and Life

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TransformationHelp Publishing, 2009 - Self-Help - 284 pages
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The Imposter describes how the author transformed from a hardened juvenile criminal to a highly successful corporate executive, husband and father. Through his journey, he discovered eight principles of human transformation that will help anyone achieve their aspirations.

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User Review  - Toastywoasty - LibraryThing

The Impostor is an inspiring story of how one juvenile delinquent turned his life around and became a successful and happy business man. The honest storytelling was fresh and interesting. I really ... Read full review

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User Review  - KevinJoseph - LibraryThing

Part memoir, part guide to principles of personal transformation, Kip Kreiling's "The Imposter" draws upon the author's experiences as a juvenile criminal and drug addict to show that fundamental ... Read full review

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