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If you don't have all the wealth, abundance, loving relationships, good health, or anything else you want in your life - you don't have to look further than your own thoughts. Here's a new idea for you: All the Freedom, Happiness, and Peace you want can already be found within you. The only things keeping these from showing up are the mental habits you have. And it's just too easy to get rid of these. But these are easy to solve. You can simply learn to control and quiet your own mind. Follow these authors: Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill, Wallace Wattles, Charles Haanel, Earl Nightingale, Max Freedom Long, Lester Levenson - as they show you how simple it is to get all these thoughts quieted. And then everything else you could possibly want simply starts showing up in your life! For the first time, these teachers' secrets have been assembled for your use. Will you take the offered hand?
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