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Make More. Worry Less. Everyone wants to do that–but how? And how can you do it within the organization, where most people will spend their entire working lives? This book has the answers. No academic theory here: Make More, Worry Less brings together 18 riveting stories from people who’ve achieved both of these goals, gaining surprising wealth and real peace of mind along the way.
These aren’t superheroes. They’re ordinary people who’ve done the extraordinary: from fast-food worker Linda Robb, now earning a six-figure income at Aflac, to once lowly telemarketer Steve Hudson, now running business development at one of the most promising start-up companies in the nation. Author and radio host Wes Moss reveals the powerful lessons these individuals have learned. Better yet, he shows how you can use those lessons to take ownership of your life and career, earning more money than you ever thought possible.
But that’s only half the equation! Moss also shows how to handle your increased success with less stress, fewer worries, and greater happiness.
Every single story in this book is accompanied by specific tips, tricks, steps to take, and mistak...

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Prufrock#1
Love to know why people vote cold something that is free. If you have a reason for voting cold, at least tell us what your reason is.
zckymbanned#2
I don't think Kindle books should be posted on the Freebies board, it's similar to saying "free pictures of cats if you type 'cat' into google"
Prufrock 2 Likes #3
zckym
I don't think Kindle books should be posted on the Freebies board, it's similar to saying "free pictures of cats if you type 'cat' into google"

I wouldn't say it's exactly the same thing - yeah, where the out of copyright classics are concerned, they are always free on Kindle (and other sites), but books like these are not normally free and won't stay free either. So it's a case of grab them whilst they are free, because the price will increase soon enough.
pab1990#4
i think posting kindle books should be banned
benjammin316#5
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samansam#6
if you don't own a kindle, you can read it on pc/laptop using kindle for pc apps ...:)
Gem_182 2 Likes #7
Cool thanks :) heat added. As for the grumpy person above, Kindle books shouldn't be banned on here, they're really great!
Prufrock#8
Gone back up in price now.

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