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Alun Hill is the millionaire owner of 32 businesses. He lives with his wife on a tiny island in the Mediterranean Sea!

A long time international TV and Radio journalist and broadcaster, he has spent his working life reporting from most corners of the planet!

He still travels the world almost continuously, both speaking to business audiences and listening to business owners.

In each case, he learns about business problems and solutions and shows ways of improving these business models.

He has now taught almost 100,000 people, all over the world (both in person and via his online courses), the skills to succeed in their own, usually home based, business.

His 70 page monthly newsletter has many thousands of subscribers and is available for free. Importantly, it never contains any adverts, affiliate links or sales items.

This is very important to Alun, who strives to produce content that is solely of genuine interest to those looking to ....

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