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Sunday, September 16, 2007

Walking with Tigers – Secrets of the World’s Top Business Leaders

This book will be released on the 29th September and the author Frank Furness needs your help to get him to number one on Amazon UK. To do this he is offering a bonus package of over $500 in Ebooks with resale rights for anyone buying the book on that day and emailing the receipt.
Frank has put together a great bonus for anyone buying the book on the 29th September and emailing him the Amazon receipt to receipt@walkingwithtigers.com

When he receives the receipt, he will email you a link to download over $500 worth of great EBooks and software...even better, you get the resale rights for most of these products so that you can sell them yourself and make money.

Here are the links – Amazon - http://tinyurl.com/2novuw

Take a look at the book and comments – http://www.frankfurnessresources.com/tigers/tigers.html

Take a look at the bonus package - http://www.frankfurnessresources.com/tigers/

Please don’t buy it before the date as the bonus package will only work with purchases and receipts on the 29th September. Please forward this email to all your friends and associates so that they can also take advantage of this great offer.

Here is an excerpt from the book:

Success in All Shapes and Sizes
Creative thinking isn’t just the preserve of the rich either. When I was visiting the harbourside monument, the Gateway to India, I encountered two girls, aged about five and eight, who asked me where I came from. When I said England they replied: ‘Buckingham Palace, Manchester United.’ Although I doubt they could read or write they then gave me an astonishing tour with dates, names and descriptions. At the end I pulled out ten rupees as a tip but they stopped me. ‘Please don’t give us any money,’ they cried. ‘Our papa, he drinks.’ Instead, they beckoned me down a side road towards a street vendor who gave them each a tin of milk powder. As they ran into the distance he asked me for 600 rupees. Speechlessly I handed over the cash and made my way back to the hotel.

When I got there I explained what had happened to the manager – who threw back his head and laughed. These were professional beggars, he explained, who would quickly return the milk powder and receive 50 rupees each from the vendor. They knew they could improve substantially on the tip I had planned with a bit of creative thinking. I had to admit that I admired their basic business skills. They found a prospect, developed a rapport with me, used their knowledge, worked with their initiative and kept a positive mental attitude when they must have been subject to rejection many times a day.

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