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The Greatest Success in the World by Og Mandino

The Greatest Success in the World

Description : Through the deeply inspirational story of one extraordinary man who lived in the time of Christ --you, too, can learn to shed failure, overcome frustration and heartbreak to achieve a rich, satisfying life of peace and guidance, you can play the game of life fearlessly -- and win. Accept his precious gift of wisdom and know the true rewards of limitless personal success From the Paperback edition.

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Authors : Og Mandino

Published Date : 2011-02-09

Publisher : Bantam

ISBN : 9780307780911

Page : 112 Pages

Categories : Religion

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