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The Greatest Salesman in the World

The Greatest Salesman in the World

Author: Og Mandion

Year Published: 1968

Description: In the context of a fable about poor camel boy who achieves unimaginable riches, Og Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World is a spiritual “how-to” guide to career success, the central theme of which is belief in oneself and the work one is doing. Originally published in 1968, it prescribes a specific reading structure, with instructions to read certain sections (called scrolls) three times a day for 30 days in order to instill good habits, which are integral to continuous improvement. Following this structure, the book takes 10 months to complete.

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