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Number #1 Best-Selling Book, “The Dialogue” leaves readers with a provocative question that could set their world on fire.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Currently the number #1 Best-Selling Book in the Top 100 Free Best-Seller in “Self Help” category of Amazon, “The Dialogue” leaves readers with a provocative question that could set their world on fire.

Step into the life of Jack in “The Dialogue”. By the last page not only will readers feel as if they have been swept away in the life of someone who is at once relatable and driven, they will find themselves. They will realize that what they may have been putting a high value on in life is what has ultimately been keeping them away from their true happiness and abundance all along. All of this, while following along with Jack’s story. This is at once a love story, a “rags to riches” story and one that is very difficult to put down due to wondering what is going to happen next.

In a wonderful twist, the readers of “The Dialogue” will be left with an amazing question that will be carried with them long after the last page has been turned. This question may very well become the catalyst for them to create their own dialogues. The implications of this possibility is profound as the topics that are addressed in “The Dialogue” will open the reader’s mind up to considering ways to create a new path toward their own ultimately “Happy Ever After” lives.

A far cry from the thousands of the other books spinning off “The Secret”, “The Dialogue” brings a down to earth message. This message is about how one might already have everything he or she needs to feel truly fulfilled and satisfied in life and only needs a shift in perception and to change a couple of bad habits. For example, comparing oneself to others in order to reach those levels of inner-peace that has currently seemed so elusive.

About Patric Chan:
In Patric’s first book about LIFE, “The Dialogue” was written to inspire, motivate and help others learn about how to pursue true success, happiness and abundance. Patric has authored and co-authored other books on the topic of success and wealth including “The Simple Success Principles” series and “WakeUp Millionaire”. Another of Patric’s books, about creating wealth on the internet called, “Clicking Cash” was co-authored with Robert G. Allen, the New York Times bestselling author of “One Minute Millionaire”, “Multiple Streams of Income”, and “Nothing Down” and “Cash In A Flash”.

The Dialogue: “What Success Really Is” is available now at Amazon Kindle Store:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IVMXF1K

For more information about us, please visit http://thedialoguebook.com

Contact Info:
Name: Patric Chan
Email: personal@thedialoguebook.com
Organization: The Dialogue Book

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