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How to Get What You Want

Wallace D. Wattles

Publisher: Page2Page

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Summary

Learn the real secrets to living a successful life in Wallace D. Wattles' precursor to "The Science of Getting Rich" series. This practical guide is short and to-the-point and lays out the basic concepts of self-improvement, in a simple, easy-to-understand format that anyone can follow.

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