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How to Live Like a King's Kid

by Harold Hill

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Em Aprenda a Viver como Filho do Rei você ficará sabendo, dentre outras coisas, como:

obter êxito em tudo
deixar de fumar
começar de novo
fazer o dinheiro render mais
livrar-se de dores nas costas
domar sua língua
sentir-se exatamente feliz no tráfego
evitar processos
vencer numa discussão com intelectuais
perdoar ( )
  VanderLuviz | Sep 6, 2009 |
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The "How To" Book of the Century. King’s Kids live in the natural world yet they enjoy heavenly rule. It’s more fun that way. Unlikely things happen when you follow God. Bestselling author, Harold Hill, says his life was a big, fat, miserable success until he learned:

How to Succeed in Everything How to Stop Smoking How to Start Over How to be Happy in Traffic How to Sidestep Lawsuits How to Forgive

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