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July 06, 2012


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Lauren Smith

Great book idea! I am going to be reading this book next. Thanks for the review. I remember when going to a trade school was looked down on. Now I can see that trade jobs are in high demand.

Another book that is very interesting and worth reading is called, "1001 Best Ways, Volume 1" by author Paul D. Angles. There are 1,001 different ideas that could change your life, any one of which could be worth thousands of times the cost of the book. Hundreds of people are sharing their best experiences with you. This a Non-fiction self help book, which is Volume 1 in a three volume series. This is a collection of responses to life's changes and challenges. http://1001bestways.com/

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