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The Twelve Universal Laws of Success by Herbert Harris

Herbert Harris entered Columbia University after his junior year of high school. He received a special scholarship to attend Columbia without first completing high school. Graduating from Columbia University with a BA degree, majoring in physics, Mr. Harris did research in theoretical and high energy physics. Leaving the scientific arena, Herbert worked at Time Magazine in New York City before launching a free lance writing career that eventually evolved into a nationally syndicated newspaper column called Thoughts For Success. This column is syndicated to over 200 newspapers. A collection of these newspaper articles were assembled into a book called Power Thoughts For Your Success. Mr. Harris teamed up with Lucien Farrar to write How To Make Money In Music, a highly popular guide book to the music industry, published by Arco/Prentice Hall. Herbert Harris took advantage of the New York State Clerkship Law to become a lawyer without attending law school. Under the tutelage of distinguished New York attorney Benjamin Sneed, Harris taught himself law and passed the New York State Bar Examination. Herbert is probably the last person to be admitted to practice law in the State of New York without ever attending law school. After operating his law firm for many years, Mr. Harris retired from his law practice to pursue a full-time writing and lecturing career. Herbert has forever been a student, actively pursuing his religious, esoteric, philosophical, and metaphysical studies in Africa, Israel, Egypt, and wherever else he had to go. His latest book, The Twelve Universal Laws of Success provides an organized, straight forward, step-by-step approach to basic success principles and the laws under which they operate. This book has attracted worldwide attention and has been translated into many languages including Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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