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Poor People Choose to Be Poor, says ‘Professional Plaintiff’ and Children’s Book Author Cory Groshek
Aug21

Poor People Choose to Be Poor, says ‘Professional Plaintiff’ and Children’s Book Author Cory Groshek

MANIFESTATION MACHINE PRESS RELEASE [Disclosure: The following content includes links to products and/or services on Amazon.com. If you make a purchase through these links, we will receive a commission from Amazon.com, which will support Manifestation Machine and help keep our content free. You will not incur any additional charges in exchange for your support.] GREEN BAY, Wis., Aug. 21, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Poor people are...

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The Greatest Lesson I Ever Learned From Grant Cardone (About Life, Business, and Everything in Between)
Jul18

The Greatest Lesson I Ever Learned From Grant Cardone (About Life, Business, and Everything in Between)

THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE LEGEND: GRANT CARDONE [Disclosure: The following content includes links to products and/or services on Amazon.com and Apple Music. If you make a purchase through these links, we will receive a commission from Amazon.com or payment from Apple, which will support Manifestation Machine and help keep our content free. You will not incur any additional charges in exchange for your support.] According to Wikipedia,...

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How I Broke Through the Glass Ceiling, Quit the Rat Race, and Put Myself on the Path to Financial Freedom (And How You Can, Too)
Jun18

How I Broke Through the Glass Ceiling, Quit the Rat Race, and Put Myself on the Path to Financial Freedom (And How You Can, Too)

THE ROAD MOST TRAVELED When I graduated from Mid-State Technical College in May 2003 with an Associate’s Degree in Marketing, I intended to apply my education to a career in music. As I’d already been recording in studios all around Wisconsin since age 17, had multiple live gigs under my belt, and become a “triple threat”, in terms of my ability to produce music, write lyrics, and perform well on stage, I...

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YouTube is Dead (How Google Killed It and the Dreams of YouTubers Worldwide)
Jan03

YouTube is Dead (How Google Killed It and the Dreams of YouTubers Worldwide)

I USED TO BE BIG ON YOUTUBE Okay, well, not BIG big, like PewdiePie big, but pretty big, especially considering that I was working within the confines of what is colloquially known as “the YouTube fitness community”. As Low Carb Cory, I grew my original YouTube channel to over 8,000 subscribers and was pulling in over $600 a month in Google AdSense revenue (from the ads that Google would show before and during my videos),...

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A Manifestation Machine Exclusive Interview with Controversial Children’s Book Author and ‘Professional Plaintiff’ Cory Groshek
Jan01

A Manifestation Machine Exclusive Interview with Controversial Children’s Book Author and ‘Professional Plaintiff’ Cory Groshek

Today at Manifestation Machine, we do an exclusive, very provocative, one-on-one interview with Cory Groshek, a man who is, undoubtedly, one of the most controversial children’s book authors of all-time. Be forewarned: What you are about to read in this interview may offend the weak-of-heart and/or the easily-triggered “snowflakes” among us who can’t handle the truth, so if you are someone who believes in...

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A Dream Become Reality (The Self Publishing Success Story of Cory Groshek)
Dec22

A Dream Become Reality (The Self Publishing Success Story of Cory Groshek)

I’d never imagined I’d be a children’s book author—that was, until the spring of 2014 when a strange thought popped into my head. I hadn’t known where it had come from or why it had come to me—all I’d known was that it had felt right. And that thought was of a story about two bunnies growing up in an impoverished village called Rabylon who found themselves inspired to seek out a “carrot paradise” on the other side of a big, green...

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Is it a Book or a Blog? (How to Identify the Best Vehicle for Your Big Idea)
Nov11

Is it a Book or a Blog? (How to Identify the Best Vehicle for Your Big Idea)

So you’ve got this great idea for a book, you say. The problem is that you don’t know if you’ve got enough material to actually fill a book. So what do you do? Do you: A) Move forward with the book, confident that you can “fill in the gaps” that aren’t filled by your idea with “filler” or “fluff”? or B) Post the idea online, in the form of a blog post instead? [Disclosure: The following content includes links to products and/or...

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