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Wayne Dyer dies at 75; self-help expert wrote 'Your Erroneous Zones'

Wayne Dyer dies at 75; self-help expert wrote 'Your Erroneous Zones'

When Wayne Dyer came out with his first self-help book in 1976, it was a dud, but he didn't give up. He bought thousands of copies himself and crisscrossed the country, stopping at every small-town newspaper and TV station that would talk to him about his reader-friendly approach to achieving happiness. His book — "Your Erroneous Zones" — ended up topping bestseller lists for 27 months. Over the years, the book sold more than 35 million copies, and Dyer, preaching spiritually infused common sense about overcoming life's obstacles, wrote more than 40 volumes that were variations on the theme. He also did seminars, lectures and retreats. He even published...

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