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What Self-Made Millionaires Do That Most People Don't by Ann Marie Sabath

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Appendix

List of Contributors

Jim Abraham

This very quiet man who was born into a Syrian immigrant family became a real estate mogul in his sixties. His first job was sweeping floors and selling popcorn before working inside Mischka's Candy Store and Café, which he eventually bought.

The “two cents, two cents, two cents” mantra that Jim would mutter each time he dipped caramel turtles into chocolate added up. For more than three decades, he bought parcels of land in Amherst, Ohio, and surrounding areas with the money that he generated from making and selling candy. His purchased land eventually became prime pieces of commercial property. Jim Abraham's story is told through his daughter in Secret 37 (Reinvent Yourself).

Zachary Berk

Dr. Zachary ...

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