The Magic Ladder To Success

Author: Napoleon Hill
Publisher: TarcherPerigee
ISBN: 9781585427109
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An updated edition of a previously unavailable classic work introduces the author's seventeen factors that comprise his "Law of Success" philosophy about how to become a field leader by performing a series of ethical and empowering actions. Original.

The Master Key To Wealth

Author: Joseph Murphy
Publisher: Bnpublishing.Com
ISBN: 9789562915243
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It is your right to be rich. You are here to lead the abundant life, and to be happy, radiant, and free. You should, therefore, have all the money you need to lead a full, happy, prosperous life. There is no virtue in poverty; the latter is a mental disease, and it should be abolished from the face of the earth. You are here to grow, expand, and unfold - spiritually, mentally, and materially. You have the inalienable right to fully develop and express yourself along all lines. You should surround yourself with beauty and luxury. Acquiring wealth is not selfish; it enables us to expand and grow spiritually, mentally, socially and intellectually. Dr. Murphy teaches us his four-step master key to wealth. By following this plan, a salesman quintupled his income, a minister funded the rebuilding the church of what had been an impoverished congregation, and it helped many people rise from dire poverty to riches. And he provides you with his simple and easy-to-implement plan so you can benefit by applying it in your life.

Ethics For Governance

Author: B. P. Mathur
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317559703
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of India’s public services and bureaucratic systems, and explores why widespread corruption and inefficient delivery have slowed development. It: discusses the underlying reasons for the prevailing inefficiency in public services; examines the complex linkages between ethics-based public service, India’s cultural and spiritual heritage, and its current economic development model; and outlines ways to create an ethics code and an environment that is conducive to better administration and good governance. Lucid, accessible, and meticulously researched, this will prove essential to scholars and students of public administration, governance studies and political science, particularly bureaucrats, policy-makers and civil service aspirants.

Advanced Internet Traffic Formula

Author: A. J. WRIGHT
Publisher: A. B. Lawal
ISBN: 1386391042
Size: 43.39 MB
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You see, in the beginning, I struggled very much to find the real truth behind getting targeted traffic. Now I've found something I can share and give back so other people can do the exact same thing - the exact same thing that works for me. That's why I have written this book and it's a ton of value. I personally call it Freedom Formula. So if you are internet marker and feel like you've been travelling and never arrive at your destination or if you are just confused or frustrated and don't know how to succeed in your internet business, this book will put a stop to all that. I promise you will be successful after reading this course. This book has been written from my wealth of knowledge and experience in internet marketing and internet traffic techniques, and my relation with some successful internet marketers on the Warrior Forum. Therefore, this book is a training course that teaches you strategies and techniques you can use to pull tons of targeted traffic to your blogs, website, videos or any other online or offline content of yours.

Honest Riches

Author: Holly Mann
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0578001950
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Honest Riches, by Holly Mann, is a comprehensive guide to making an honest living through Internet Marketing. Working from home has never been so lucrative as now. This is up-to-date, includes 10 full books in one, and will be your blueprint to online success. It is the Only guide you will need.

Think Your Way To Riches Kids Style

Author: Carrie Carter
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 9781600371165
Size: 34.45 MB
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This is a Work Book for Children 12 and under and their parents Following the Principles of the Original ?Think And Grow Rich? by Napoleon Hill There will be a ?Free? CD that will accompany this book either attached or register at website

Hidden Treasures

Author: Gloria Copeland
Publisher: Kenneth Copeland Ministries
ISBN: 9781575628356
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Ever desire to know the secrets to abundant life? Now you can! In this deeply inspiring and wonderfully practical book, internationally known speaker and Bible teacher Gloria Copeland draws on the powerful guidance of the book of Proverbs to help you understand the secrets to abundant living - every day of your life! These brief and easy-to-read reflections reveal all the key life principles of Scripture. As Gloria leads you step by step through the timeless wisdom of Proverbs, you'll discover how to: ?Put God first - and expect His blessings! Draw on God's power for healing and wholeness Enjoy better personal relationships Accept God's overflowing abundance for your life Find true fulfillment and success. Gloria has relied on these practical and powerful principles for over 30 years, so she knows they really work. And they'll work for you too! "When you choose God and decide to act diligently on God's Word, you can't be beat," she counsels. Begin to enjoy the blessing-filled, abundant life that God promises. The rich wisdom of Proverbs is your key. Let Gloria Copeland show you how to unlock its secrets!

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The Oil And The Glory

Author: Steve Levine
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1588366464
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Remote, forbidding, and volatile, the Caspian Sea long tantalized the world with its vast oil reserves. But outsiders, blocked by the closed Soviet system, couldn’t get to it. Then the Soviet Union collapsed, and a wholesale rush into the region erupted. Along with oilmen, representatives of the world’s leading nations flocked to the Caspian for a share of the thirty billion barrels of proven oil reserves at stake, and a tense geopolitical struggle began. The main players were Moscow and Washington–the former seeking to retain control of its satellite states, and the latter intent on dislodging Russia to the benefit of the West. The Oil and the Glory is the gripping account of this latest phase in the epochal struggle for control of the earth’s “black gold.” Steve LeVine, who was based in the region for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Newsweek, weaves an astonishing tale of high-stakes political gamesmanship, greed, and scandal, set in one of the most opaque corners of the world. In LeVine’s telling, the world’s energy giants jockey for position in the rich Kazakh and Azeri oilfields, while superpowers seek to gain a strategic foothold in the region and to keep each other in check. At the heart of the story is the contest to build and operate energy pipelines out of the landlocked region, the key to controlling the Caspian and its oil. The oil pipeline that resulted, the longest in the world, is among Washington’s greatest foreign policy triumphs in at least a decade and a half. Along the way, LeVine introduces such players as James Giffen, an American moneyman who was also the political “fixer” for oil companies eager to do business on the Caspian and the broker for Kazakhstan’s president and ministers; John Deuss, the flamboyant Dutch oil trader who won big but lost even bigger; Heydar Aliyev, the oft-misunderstood Azeri president who transcended his past as a Soviet Politburo member and masterminded a scheme to loosen Russian control over its former colonies in the Caspian region; and all manner of rogues, adventurers, and others drawn by the irresistible pull of untold riches and the possible “final frontier” of the fossil-fuel era. The broader story is of the geopolitical questions of the Caspian oil bonanza, such as whether Russia can be a trusted ally and trading partner with the West, and what Washington’s entry into this important but chaotic region will mean for its long-term stability. In an intense and suspenseful narrative, The Oil and the Glory is the definitive chronicle of events that are understood by few, but whose political and economic impact will be both profound and lasting.