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The 5-Second Inventor: Make millions by turning your brilliant idea into a hot product by Kenneth Chuah ISBN 13: 9781608440641

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Paperback; Dog Ear Publishing, Llc; ISBN-13: 978-1608440641

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by Chuah, Kenneth

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