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How To Be A Free Range Human - Marianne Cantwell

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How To Be A Free Range Human - Marianne Cantwell

Postby Winston » Tue Dec 03, 2013 7:12 am

Check out this blog and book called "Be a Free Range Human: Escape the 9-5, Create a Life You Love and Still Pay the Bills" by Marianne Cantwell.

She's a good looking white woman with a British accent who writes about how to break free of working for others and living a life of freedom and self-employment successfully. Her book has high raving reviews on too.

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Postby Johnny1975 » Tue Dec 03, 2013 10:44 am

Yes, she's cute, in her own weird way. I bought and read her book, and I've ordered her 21 day course, which I will hopefully get in a few days.

Another good one is Daniel Priestly and his book The Entrepreneur Revolution, which I also bought and read. He has made a lot of videos (just google "key person of influence").

Another one is Eben Pagan, which some of you may know under his pseudonym of David Deangelo (yes, that's him). Just google him (Eben Pagan, not David Deangelo), there's lot of videos. For some weird reason there is a lot of illuminati symbolism in the logos of his various companies, but that aside, he's a great talker, very engaging, and he explains things really clearly.

I think this is the way to go.
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