Pablo Escobar* * *LIMITED TIME OFFER! 40% OFF! (Regular Price $4.18)* * * This book contains information on Pablo Escobar, dubbed one of the greatest criminals of all time. In here, you will find several facts about the renowned leader of the Medellin cartel - his early years in the criminal world, how he got involved in the cocaine trade, his rise to the top of the Colombian hierarchy, the Robin Hood archetype that he has developed over the years of his powerful reign, his death, and how his legacy has affected Colombia and the world at present. When talking about Colombia, there is usually one thing that instantly comes to mind –cocaine. While this stereotype is not completely true, it is difficult not to associate the country with drugs. Naturally, the name Pablo Escobar will come up when reading about the emergence of the drug industry in the country. Escobar and his Medellin cartel once led the drug trade in Colombia, trafficking around 80% of the world’s cocaine supply. During his period of influence, Escobar amassed an estimated net worth of $25 billion, making him one of the richest and most successful drug lords in the history of the country and earning the title “World’s Greatest Outlaw”. “Pablo Escobar: Angel or devil, the history of the biggest narco” gives you a sneak peek into the life of Escobar and the mark he has left behind even after his death.
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ASHTON CRUISE Entrepreneur - investor - writer - motivational speaker. Born in America and raised in the writings, teachings and concepts of luminaries such as: "Warren Buffet","Benjamin Graham."... He considers himself "somebody passionate for knowledge". He has a reading average of approximately 800 pages per DAY, with special interest on: markets, applied psychology in business, financial freedom, new forms of investment, ways to trade, world economy, technology, and even comparisons between developments in investment ways. Ashton says that the key to "success", both personally as well as professionally, is based on the cohesion between two influential factors: "The fervent pursuit search and pursuit of our happiness" accompanied by "a winning mentality, through financial education, which would lead to freedom." Thus, we would not have to worry or stress out for cumbersome questions such as: How high is my salary? When is a good time to make use of a few my vacation days? We might even find new ways to invest our most precious asset: time. As we mentioned earlier, Ashton associates the term "monetary poverty" to "mental poverty", sustains and gives evidence that "serious complaints" and poverty in general, are not due to trite phrases like: "my salary is very low," "On what am I going to invest in if I have no money?" or "society does not allow me to have a decent job", but rather to the great lack of information and financial education that exists in society; huge gaps that Ashton argues he will not rest until fully covering them. Thanks for reading!
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