Geniuses and Millionaires: $1,000,000 Lessons

TitleGENIUSES AND MILLIONAIRES
$1,000,000 Lessons
AuthorChuck M. Uyeda aka Dr. Om, World’s Greatest Psychic
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Why students, ages eight to thirty, and parents should read GENIUSES AND MILLIONAIRES: 1. Lessons on how to achieve academic success. 2. Developing habits of geniuses and millionaires. 3. Learning how to become an exceptional human being of wisdom, knowledge, and compassion. 4. Lessons on how to become an entrepreneur. 5. Developing positive hygiene, exercise, and social habits. 6. How to become a millionaire. 7. Developing an attractive and positive personality. 8. Lessons about ethics and etiquette.

The author’s quest is to help ten million people become millionaires and millions more to achieve success and happiness. It was written for students but the knowledge shared is applicable to all ages. He is a master teacher in helping people realize their potential for success, prosperity, and happiness.

The book shares the habits and thoughts of the world’s greatest leaders, achievers, inventors, and scholars. It is a guide to develop positive mental, personal, academic, work, social, hygiene, and interpersonal habits.

The author discovered that most readers skim through the book. He uses repetition to emphasize important lessons. Repetition is a technique used by parents and educators in developing their children and students’ character, minds, and behavior.

Chuck M. Uyeda, aka Dr. Om, World’s Greatest Psychic, was born with extraordinary mental powers. He sees the world with a different eye. He is one of the world’s most interesting people.

Read about Dr. Om’s PREDICTIONS about politics, sports, and people. Discover what Dr. Om predicts about Tiger Woods, Oprah Winfrey, South Korea, and other topics. Press link to Chuck M. Uyeda, aka Dr. Om, World’s Greatest Psychic.

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