This is some news that you’ll see next week on Google News, Yahoo News and others but I wanted you to get it in advance 🙂
Melrose, Fla. – Vic Johnson is convinced the methods that worked to help lift the nation out of a depression in the 1930s are the same methods bound to put people to work today. The simple, proven steps to entrepreneurial success laid out in the seminal self-help classic “Think and Grow Rich” are just the tonic needed to pick up the recession’s victims and make them achievers.
“The principals in Napoleon Hill’s book are timeless. People who apply them in their own lives, they will be amazed at how much success they can achieve,” said Vic Johnson, Founder of No Dream Too Big Publishing.
Now and for a limited time, Johnson’s No Dream Too Big Publishing is offering everyone a free copy of “Think and Grow Rich”, the Napoleon Hill entrepreneurial classic that has sold more than 60 million copies worldwide and launched countless successful businesses and careers. Pay only shipping and handling to begin reaping untold benefit from this seminal self-help classic. To claim a free book, visit www.GetTheFreeBook.com
“’Think and Grow Rich’ was commissioned by Andrew Carnegie, America’s first billionaire. He wanted the timeless secrets of success to be communicated in a way that average people could learn them and put them into practice,” said Johnson.. “Since its appearance in 1937, Napoleon Hill has inspired millions to practice the simple, timeless habits of mind that will help them achieve great success.”
‘Think and Grow Rich’ took more than 20 years to compose and consists of more than 500 interviews with America’s most successful people. It still stands today as a complete, concise and easy to follow plan for adopting the right mindset to propel anyone to success. Motivational speaker Tony Robbins, Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy, Harvey Mackay, author of the bestseller Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive and William Wrigley, Jr., founder of Wrigley’s chewing gum are just a few of the A-list business superstars who credit Hill with catapulting them to success.
“Offering this book for free is a genuine privilege and our small way to contribute during these current hard times,” Johnson said. “We’ve heard from thousands of our subscribers over the past months about the economic crisis. Most of them don’t know what to do or where to turn. This is an opportunity to provide hurting people with one of the greatest income generating resources of all time and, at the same time, introduce them to our family of personal development websites.”
“This book was first introduced during the Great Depression and has been a source of practical knowledge as well as encouragement during good times and bad ever since. We believe this book can help people get back on track. And when people get back on track, the economy will follow.”
For more information, visit www.GetTheFreeBook.com