Free books from IC Robledo

How much time do you spend thinking about your goals?

I want to learn more, achieve more, succeed more… we may think, but how can you actually make that happen?

One of the best approaches I’ve found is reading.

Reading informational books can give you the edge you need. It can accelerate your growth in a big way.

I know this because I use this strategy year after year. I aim to read a book per week, and I would encourage you to read at least a book per month.

To help you meet your reading goals, right now I am participating in a special book giveaway, and I think it could be transformational for you! The books include many self-development themes such as dealing with anxiety, finding purpose, being mindful, improving communication skills, and more. They were especially selected for their quality and ability to help you.

Ultimately, these books will help you to improve your life, habits, skills, the way you see yourself and others.

And best of all, they’re all free for you.

I’m proud to be giving away my book, The Secret Principles of Genius. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend picking it up — the price can’t go lower than free, after all.

You can grab my book and other inspiring and valuable books using the link below. I recommend doing it right now so you don’t forget. This is an exclusive, short-term giveaway, and I hope you take advantage of it.

You can pick up your free books right here.

(Okay, so the only “catch” is that if you sign up to get a free book, you are also signing up to the author’s mailing list. But if a book sounds interesting to you, perhaps the author’s emails will be insightful as well. If not, you can always unsubscribe later.)

All the best,

Issac “I. C.” Robledo

About Dr Bob Rich

I am a professional grandfather. My main motivation is to transform society to create a sustainable world in which my grandchildren and their grandchildren in perpetuity can have a life, and a life worth living. This means reversing environmental idiocy that's now threatening us with extinction, and replacing culture of greed and conflict with one of compassion and cooperation.
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