A reader sent me a great idea this week that I had to pass along…
I’ve actually had many of you write to me and tell me how much you enjoyed Mike Lindell’s book “What Are The Odds?” which tells his remarkable, true life story!
Even my own mother called to tell me about it!
Shout out to the official mother of WeLoveTrump! 😁
But in all seriousness, it is an amazing story like something you might see in a Hollywood script (you know, if they actually focused on good stories and not perversions).
And so one reader wrote to me and said I should tell people that Mike’s book is the perfect graduation gift for any grads in your life.
High school grads, college grads, it’s perfect!
And I realized she was exactly right.
Here’s how Mike describes the book:
Far more than a “business memoir,” What Are the Odds? is a raw, authentic account by a man many thought would never rise above his serial, addiction-fueled failures. Mike’s gripping narrative transports readers from his small-town tavern with its colorful cast of “Regulars” to Mexico and a drug deal gone awry. From Las Vegas casinos, where Mike won and lost fortunes as a professional gambler, to a jail-cell beatdown. From failed rehabs to his 20-year marriage, an ideal union decimated by addiction. And finally, to the redemption of the most shameful moment of his life.
What Are the Odds? will not only speak to entrepreneurs and those struggling with addiction, but also to anyone looking for a message of hope.
And here’s what people are saying about it:
So I would encourage you to grab a copy and read it yourself if you never have, but then grab a handful for any graduates in your life this year.
Maybe give them a book and stick a $20 in it or something, that would be fun.
Because you can grab them for only $9.97 with my promo code WLT.
Just go to Mike’s website here (https://www.mypillow.com/what-are-the-odds-br-from-crack-addict-to-ceo.html) and use promo code WLT to get it for only $9.97:
Be sure to use promo code WLT or you won’t get the savings.
And please let me know if you plan to hand these out for grad gifts, I’d love to hear about it!