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Breaking The Spell Interview with Debbie Lachusa

Posted By: Wayne · 7/12/2012 8:46:00 AM

If you’ve ever gone to a seminar to learn to start a business that promises millions, bought a success book or program or hired a coach to help you make more money — this book is for you. It will be the sobering whack on the side of the head that you need to bring your priorities back in line.

Debbie Lachusa joined the Wayne and Jayne show to discuss her new book, "Breaking the Spell: The Truth about Money, Success, and the Puruit of Happiness"

Read the first chapter free www.BreakingTheSpellBook.com

 

Listen to the interview.

Wayne

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