Jay Conrad Levinson Considered This To Perhaps Be The Most Important Book He Ever Wrote

Discover 100 great ideas from one of the brightest business minds of modern times.

Enjoy this classic must-read book along with the audio in which Jay Conrad Levinson narrates and provides commentary. Jay published this book in 1971 - making it the first book he had ever written. In the book Jay introduces his thought provoking and sometimes controversial 100 truths.
Jay Conrad Levinson Considered This To Perhaps Be The Most Important Book He Ever Wrote

Simplify Your Life

Remove the complexity and discover the simplicity. The benefits you'll discover will give you a fresh new perspective on how-to approach your life.
Simplify Your Life

What will you learn?

Jay Conrad Levinson shares his wisdom as he breaks-down the over complicated aspects of life and provides a path for you to a simplified, happier, easier and more comfortable life.

  • Making money

  • Attracting a partner

  • Achieving harmony with children and parents

  • Marriage, relationships and attraction

  • Removing pain from your life

  • Getting your way

  • Truths about truth

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  • Jay Conrad Levinson

    The Creator of Guerrilla Marketing

    Jay Conrad Levinson

    Jay Conrad Levinson is the creator of the first Guerrilla Marketing book.  His books sold more than 21 million copies worldwide, appear in 62 languages and have become the most powerful brand in the history of marketing.  The "Guerrilla Marketing - Classic" lessons, feature Jay in print, audio or video.

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