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Unsucceeding: Waking up From My American Dream

by Kyle Drake

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Kyle Drake was a successful man, a VP of one of the nation's largest banks. But he chose to leave his career, sell his opulent home, and move his family to begin a new life. Born out of the countless questions from those who couldn't fathom his decision, this book shows what he discovered-that despite our success, something most of us have forgotten causes us to fall short of a truly successful life. Walk a mile in the shoes of a man who opened his eyes to more, and made the leap to "Unsucceeding".

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