From Cubicle Slave to the Next Internet Millionaire by Jaime Luchuck

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Jaime Luchuck was a cubicle slave for years before finally drumming up the courage to get out and live her dream. And her dream wasn't working like a dog to make money for somebody else. It wasn't being someplace she had to beg for days off. It wasn't working in an environment that made her dread Mondays. Yes she was a finalist on The Next Internet Millionaire reality show, but that didn't make her an instant millionaire. Being on the show gave her the tools to put together her own winning business that she used to lift her out of 9 to 5 hell. From Cubicle Slave To The Next Internet Millionaire shares those tools with you. Inside you will learn 20 life lessons that are crucial in your ultimate success. Insider secrets and gossip from the Next Internet Millionaire reality show. In depth ways to discover exactly what you want to do with your life. How to wean yourself out of the 9 to 5 job. Key tips from 12 unbelievably successful internet gurus like Mark Joyner & Armand Morin.
 

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Joel Comm is an Internet entrepreneur who has been online for 20 years. In 1995, Joel launched WorldVillage.com, a family-friendly portal to the web which enjoys thousands of visitors each day. In 1997, him and his partner created ClassicGames.com, which was acquired by Yahoo!, and now goes by the name Yahoo! Games. Since then, his company has launched over a dozen web sites, including the popular bargain-hunting shopping site, DealofDay.com, SafetySurf.com and FamilyFirst.com. Joel Comm is the author of several best-selling ebooks that show people how to make money online, and regularly speaks and teaches at conferences, seminars and workshops. Joel is the host and executive producer of The Next Internet Millionaire, the world's first competitive Internet reality show.
 
Published November 1, 2007 by Morgan James Publishing. 288 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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