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Self Reliance Mastery Book by Nathan Crane, Paul Wheaton, and more expert authors!

 
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Click HERE to get the book!





Summary

This book is the accumulation of ALL of the interviews Nathan Crane did for the self reliance summit back in october. It has TONS of information on self reliance and self sufficiency. I'll let nathan do the rest of the describing in this video:





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Has anyone read this yet. I was looking for a book for my mother in law to buy me for my birthday and came across this book

I looks good apart from that Wheaton guy (only joking)

It has got to be worth a go

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I have it and have begun to read it and it is really good so far! I will post a full book review when i'm done, but who knows how long that'll be. lol.
 
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Well I am about 80% through the book at the moment and I have enjoyed the read but I haven't really learned that much. The book doesn't go into any detail at all and it skims over all the different subjects very quickly.

I was given the book as a present and I am glad i didn't spend any money on it. I would advise anyone to read it if you can get a copy from a local library or borrow a copy off a friend.

The book has introduced me to some authors that I had not come across before and I will check out more of their work

It is a very quick read and it has taken less than 2 hours to get nearly all the way through

I would give it 4 out of 10 acorns

Paul
 
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