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The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: King Solomon's Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happinessby Steve Scott
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After Steven Scott flunked out of six jobs in his first four years after college, his best friend, Gary Smalley, offered one simple suggestion that would transform his life: study a chapter in Proverbs every day. Two years later, using the amazing strategies he gleaned from Solomon, Scott started a small company with a partner. Within six months their business was making over a million dollars a week. In the years since they have built more than a dozen multimillion-dollar companies. In addition, by applying the wisdom of Proverbs to his personal life, Scott restored his relationship with his estranged wife.
In this life-changing book, Scott reveals Solomons hidden treasures-often-overlooked wisdom for achieving breakthrough success in ones work, health, marriage, and relationship with God. Readers will discover how to…
·master lifes most important skill
·achieve extraordinary success in business, finance, and marriage
·resolve and win any conflict
·overcome the most destructive force in relationships
·prevent the single greatest cause of financial loss
The Richest Man Who Ever Lived powerfully and practically equips readers to apply Solomons inspired wisdom to accomplish their business, relational, and spiritual purposes.
Steven K. Scott delves into the wisdom of Proverbs to reveal a goldmine of powerful, biblical strategies for personal, spiritual, and financial success.
In this life-changing book, Scott reveals the often overlooked wisdom for achieving breakthrough success, as he powerfully and practically equips readers to apply Solomon's inspired wisdom to accomplish their business, relational, and spiritual purposes.
About the Author
Steven K. Scott cofounded The American Telecast Corporation based in Philadelphia and its group of consumer goods companies. He is the best-selling author of Mentored by a Millionaire, A Millionaires Notebook, and Simple Steps to Impossible Dreams.
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