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Do you know what you most want to do and be in the world?

The Triumph of the Man Who Acts shows you how to find the answer, act on it, and succeed. Its author, Edward Earle Purinton, was the early twentieth century's leading health and efficiency expert, a best-selling author, and advisor to titans of industry. Indeed, this essay collection sold over 700,000 copies within m
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Hardcover, Revised edition , 262 pages
Published October 15th 2020 by Triumph Book Press, LLC (first published October 15th 1916)
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The book was originally published in 1916 by Edward Earle Purinton. He had written this book as a practical, self-help book that covers health, happiness, relationships and efficiency. Ari Berkowitz has stumbled upon this book during this time of self-quarantine and has re-released it with appropriate corrections and enhancements.

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I'm not really into self-help reading but with all The craziness going on in The world and on a personnal level I thought why not, since I was already asked For a review of this book. I'm glad I did, there's so much to learn from, so much knowledge to gain and don't Let The fact that It was first publish es a hundred years ago deter you.. Everything is as current as If had been written now, in fact I would say even more so. It's The Kind of read that will push you into action If you're feeling s ...more
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Dec 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"The Triumph of the Man Who Acts" is astounding. Imagine that Edward Earle Purinton wrote this book over a 100 years ago and his messages are so vital and relevant for today. As a fan of the "The Law of Attraction" I loved this phrase - "Picture yourself in absolute command of the place you aspire to, in permanent possession of the thing you want, with every ambition satisfied and every aspiration met." The book is so rich in wisdom I may never need to buy another self-help book. Edward guides u ...more
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