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    Fix Em Up Rent Em Out

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    A must have book by any small business owner!

    Sound strategies for a down market Whether the market is up or down it is good to know what the Warren Buffet’s are investing in. Unfortunately most of us are strapped with less pocket change and many of our investments play an important part or crucial percentage in our accumulation strategy, or in our efforts to build a retirement nest egg. Learn more.

    Hindsight is 20/20! Loved this book. Easy to read and jammed packed with tips that will keep the “fixer uppers” and “flippers’ out of trouble.

    By Mathew Dickerson It’s like reading the 10 Commandments for small businesses and business owners. 52 rules useful for small businesses and for many other projects as well! Mathew Dickerson writes a personal, useful guide for every small business owner. It can help you in your personal life as well.

    "Currencies That Buy Credibility" by author Tom Wanek is the book that teaches you how to accelerate your credibility to drive more traffic, sales and word-of-mouth. The believability of your company's marketing message is directly related to your willingness to risk or spend one or more of six resources. And the more you risk or spend, the more believable your message becomes. Money is only one of the six resources you can invest. "Currencies That Buy Credibility" teaches you the six currencies that you can invest to purchase credibility, shows you successful examples of each and helps you craft your own believable power statement.

    An excellent book on managing money

    Title: Enjoy Your Money! I like business books written in novel or play form. When an opportunity arose to review the present book, I was quite enthusiastic. I am happy to report that my enthusiasm was not misplaced! Enjoy Your Money is one of the best and most complete resources for money management at the personal level. Yet, the concepts are equally applicable to any business of any scale. The book is divided into four parts: Investing Money, Saving Money, Making Money and Enjoying Money (including giving it away to causes that you believe in). You need to make money, save money and invest today's money for a secure future. Then, you need to find the right value systems in life (money is not the end; it is a means for the end). That message comes through quite lucidly. I loved the movie script or play format! It worked for this book, transforming a large amount of research into an entertaining and easy read. In summary, this is one of the best books on money management that I've ever read. I strongly recommend it to one and all.

    Studies show that most workers who are unhappy with their jobs blame their bosses. Tony Deblauwe's practical book of advice "Tangling with Tyrants(tm)" shows people how to deal effectively with an unreasonable boss and to put themselves in the boss' shoes to understand the pressure he or she is under, how to keep communication open to improve the situation, address code of conduct issues, and how to get the job done despite the boss who robs employees of productivity, job satisfaction, and power. Work and being a victim no longer need be synonymous when employees use Deblauwe's advice to manage the balance of power in the workplace.

    Risk and speculation are not to be feared; they are to be understood and taken into account when making investment decisions. "The Big Gamble" provides the insight, perspective and tools needed to make wise financial decisions in investments and in daily life-after all, a job change, a romance or a marriage are real-life speculations understanding the strategies offered by Roncal and Abbo will better the chances of favorable outcomes and reduce the odds of heartbreaking losses in money and in life. The diverse content of "The Big Gamble" allows it to be read cover to cover, but it is also perfect for browsing. Readers can go directly to a chapter on risk management or economic bubbles, and also consult numerous resources for more information. Roncal and Abbo consider their book to be a work in progress, so they encourage visits to their website for the most up-to-date information on finances and investing. This informative and comprehensive book will illuminate for readers what caused the current economic recession, and guide wise investors in what to do next to protect and enrich themselves.

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