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History's Greatest Motivational Lesson: Now in a Definitive Edition with Gems of Wisdom from Elbert Hubbard

This remarkably concise, powerful statement on what makes a person successful remains as relevant today as when it was written more than a century ago. If you take seriously the principle of Elbert Hubbard's A Message to Garcia, you will become the indispensable, productive, successful, and respected person you have always wished to be. All that is required is for you to "carry a message to Garcia" - which means to do a job simply as it should be done. Discover for yourself the incredible power hidden in this one step.

This edition of A Message to Garcia surpasses other volumes because it includes short passages of life advice from Hubbard that elucidate his message and demonstrate how to put it into action. Selected and introduced by PEN Award-winning historian Mitch Horowitz, this slender volume offers a life-changing journey into a single idea that can make all the difference in your earning power, effectiveness, and success.

The Condensed Classics Library "40 Minutes to a New You".

©2016 Mitch Horowitz (P)2016 Gildan Media LLC

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Forgotten Truths.

Quoting from "The Richest Man in Babylon":

"Work was my grandfather's secret key to the golden shekels? "

"It was the only key he had when I first knew him. Thy grandfather enjoyed working, and the Gods appreciated his efforts and rewarded him liberally."

If you appreciate that logic, you'll appreciate "A Letter to Garcia"