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When All Else Fails, Name Your Self-Help Book After a Raymond Carver Story.
BY SEAN CARMAN
Are These Actual Miles on the Road to Success?
Where I’m Calling From, They Call It “Self-Confidence”
Will You Please Be Quiet, Please? (How to Stand Up to the People Who Have Been Holding You Back)
They’re Not Your Husband (They’re Your Future)
Nobody Said Anything About Failure
A Small Good Thing That Can Make You Charming and More Attractive to Women
What We Talk About When We Talk About Not Settling for Second Best *
- Originally titled, Beginners in Business
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