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He Couldn't Decide...

is an illustrated, humourous book on the principles
of prosperity and success for children ages 7-12

In tommorrow's tough economy, will your child be a winner or a loser?
Why it's important to give your child a prosperity head start NOW!
"Take any hundred people at the start of their working careers and follow
them for 40 years until they reach retirement age, and here's what you'll
find, according to the Social Security Administration: only 1 will be wealthy;
4 will be financially secure; 5 will continue working, not because they want to
but because they have to; 36 will be dead; and 54 will be dead broke--
dependent on their meager Social Security checks, relatives, friends, even
charity for a minimum standard of living. That's 5% successful, 95% unsuccessful."

-Dan Kennedy
Click on cover for 2 FREE sample poems
Presently only available as an eBook
ONLY $7.00
ISBN: 978-0-9707873-5-4

Success and Prosperity Principles are NOT Taught in Schools!

The Social Security Administration's statistic that "out of 100 people only 5% will retire financially successful,"
though alarming and frightening, is not really surprising given that success and prosperity principles are NOT
taught in grade schools, middle schools, high schools, or even colleges! Even if your son or daughter finish
college and get a master's degree or a doctorate (PhD.), our educational system will not teach them the principles
of success and prosperity.
What did the 5% know and do that the 95% did not?
"I've dreamed of being an American idol since I was 6-years-old." One of American Idol's youngest finalist, 16-year-old [Lauren Alaina,](http://www.americanidol.com/photos/season_10/contestants/lauren_alaina/51722/) May 24, 2011
* They had goals (they COULD decide), knowing what they wanted to be, getting there became
the goal.

* They consciously or unconsciously knew the "Secret"--they focused their ATTENTION on
what they wanted and not on what they didn't want.

* Fantasy set them free--they had dreams--they played at being what they wanted to be
or do. They PRETENDED to be what they became!

* They were organized. They figured out the steps necessary to reach their fantasy careers.

* They took action to reach their goal, usually, practicing relentlessly or going to school
to major in their field.

* They believed in the SPIRITUAL RIGHTNESS of being rich and of reaching their goals--being
rich was part of their dream.

* They daydreamed--they knew how to VISUALIZE what they desired.

* No matter how many times they failed, they never quit.

* They knew, consciously or unconsciously, the power of the spoken word.

There are 20 short poems and 37 color illustrations in He Couldn't Decide that subtlely address each of
these success principles. (Decide to give your child a prosperity head start NOW! CLICK on Buy Now button
below to purchase and have the eBook in the next few minutes.)

Can a children's prosperity book insure your child will prosper?
Can the illustrated, humorous children's prosperity book He Couldn't Decide, by Elliott Hughes, insure
that your child will prosper? No it can't. But it can expose your child to some of the most powerful
prosperity principles and beliefs necessary to succeed in any undertaking. It can give your child an
important edge in her or his journey to lead a happy and prosperous life.

Laugh and Learn About the Principles of Prosperity
As you and your child turn the pages and read and laugh together
at the illustrated, humorous poems, you'll notice that the prosperity principles are NOT presented as "lessons," but are presented as short,
humorous, or entertaining life situations. And because the prosperity
principles are NOT presented as lessons, your child will effortlessly retain
them. They will become second nature.

The one objective of He Couldn't Decide? In the words of author/illustrator
Elliott Hughes, "Learning to succeed like learning to swim becomes more
difficult as we grow older. Both require FAITH that we can do a particular
thing. As we grow older, fear, skeptism and doubt develop. Both the experience
of learning to swim and the experience of learning to succeed are easier if the fundamentals are learned young."


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Green Earth Research Publications
P.O. Box 2810
Denver, Colorado 80201

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