Three Feet From Gold: Turn Your Obstacles Into Opportunities

Three Feet from Gold

Authors: Sharon L. Lechter,Greg S. Reid, Dan John Miller

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Through the life-changing stories of the producer of “Oprah and friends”, a boxing champion and a Nobel nominee, the authors reveal the principles of never giving up. Three Feet from Gold is a book about undying passion, discovering your own success formula and choosing the right people for advice. It all starts when you choose to never give up.

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