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Have you ever wondered what leads to success? Do you just need to be smart, great looking, or lucky?

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The story is in Richard’s book, Stupid, Ugly, Unlucky and RICH Spikes Guide to Success, an easy-to-read analysis that gets beyond the clichés to distil what the world’s most successful people really do have in common.  Author, Richard St. John is an example of “an ordinary guy” who achieved success by following the Top 8 Success Factors.