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…of the Joyful Chaos blog Success Made Simple book giveaway. Go here to leave a comment for a chance to win (contest now over, thanks for participating).

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  1. Mylene

    I would like to win this book. I have an interest in the Amish as well as how they can thrive in business in this economy.

  2. Frances Ruth Harris

    Thank you for the opportunity to win~!

  3. Sure, just remember to leave a comment on the Joyful Chaos blog too!

  4. Donna

    The Amish are so interesting. I am sure they could teach us
    “Englishers” a thing or two about business and a good work ethic.

  5. Marcia

    All of us should purchase the book – help support another thriving business.

  6. Ruben

    or y’all just buy the book and support Erik in his work as an expert on Amish business. Becaus I am looing forward to the next book!

  7. We are surrounded by various Amish families in our community. I am fascinated by their lifestyle, and would love to know more about it.I hear so many rumors, but I would like to know the truth..

  8. susan

    would love a chance to win the book

  9. Leon Hadden

    Please enter me for the chance to win the book.

  10. Ada Car

    Another book to read

    I am reading a lot these days but Eric, I find nothing on you site about Amish Here near Springfield other than the one Seymour community and I will have Amish neighbors North of Springfield when I get moved. Would they be related to the Seymour community?

    1. Ada I’m not sure which community you are referring to north of Springfield…Seymour is the closest big Missouri community to Springfield though there may be a small group north of town…do you know the county?

      1. Ada Car

        Amish north of Springfield

        The county is Polk and they are north of Bolivar. Maybe they spred from Seymour to up there? What is funny is when I moved here for another state I brought one horse (I have owned several generations of her family) In finding a companion for her here, It just so happened I found a deal on a light draft mare with new harness and a single bench seat carrage. It was nice to know when finding a new home that the area was already used to buggies. LOL