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Mainstream career advice does not work for everyone. That is why this book is a gamechanger. Scott Adams teaches you how to convert the failures of your life into opportunities that will invite success to your doorstep. Learn the tricks and strategies he used to go from zero to the world-renowned creator of Dilbert — with guaranteed entertainment.
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