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MEDIA CONTACT: **FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** Rick Frishman, Publisher Morgan James Publishing 516.620.2528 Ext.101 firstname.lastname@example.org Morgan James Publishing Releases Tips for Successful Leaders NEW YORK—Jan. 25, 2015--Morgan James Publishing’s (www.Morgan-James.com) new release The Prosperous Leader: How Smart People Achieve Success by Jacob M. Engel with Jeffrey A. Krames offers business owners with clever insight and useful solutions for effective leadership. Jacob
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