Last week, I had two recyclers, who read this column, go online, and order the book, How Money Works, Stop Being a Sucker, which was written by Steve Siebold and Tom Mathews. Though small, the book is great, packed with valuable information for all ages, and an easy read. They paid $16.99 for each book, plus shipping and handling. If you email me, I will send you the book or maybe two or three of them for $10 each with postage included. With such a catchy title, you’re probably wondering what you’ll learn from reading this book.
HMW is the last book on money you will ever need. If you check out this book, you will understand how the rich have done it. I will be happy to send the book or multiple copies of it to some members of your team if you really want to help them become better at their finances. Even though it’s the last book you will need, it hasn’t been around long. You probably wondering how credible the book is. I’m so glad you asked.
The HMW book was officially launched on December 12th, 2019 and since then has sold over 225,000 copies which currently makes this book one of the best-selling books in the world. The Host of the Financial Quarterback Show on WABC Radio in New York called it an “Instant Financial Classic that should be mentioned alongside the greatest financial books ever written.” In the past two months, the book has been featured on CNBC, ABC News, NBC, CBS as well as in dozens of newspapers and magazines around the world. The press loves this book, and the biggest reason is because it’s written in a simple and fun format that the average high school student can understand. Since high school students are not being taught how money works while in school, they can stumble financially and be suckered down the road by lenders.
Additionally, adults are not immune to financial mistakes either. If you will read the How Money Works book, you will never again become a victim of a predatory lender, manager, or purveyor. Honestly, it’s that powerful. Please listen to what I am saying. Text me at 770-301-4122. It’s my cell phone and give me your name, mailing address and how many books you want. Maybe you could order one for yourself to read and then next month you could order some for your team. It would make an excellent birthday gift for someone at your business…a real gift of financial literacy that would last a lifetime.
Because you’ve worked so hard, I wish you only the very best with your career in the salvage industry as well as attaining the financial security that you deserve. For the past ten months, I’ve been going to school and have learned things that personally helped me. I have a computerized presentation, so I can go around the country and teach anyone in the recycling world just how to get a financial education. To me, financial literacy means knowing how money works because understanding that will allow me to make better financial decisions all around. To you, it will mean making better financial decisions for your business, your family and yourself.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. You can send me an email or text me. I want everyone to know that I’m on a mission to educate our fellow salvage team members to teach them how money works so they are never again victimized by an industry that preys on the financially illiterate. So, call or text me at 770-301-4122, and I will mail the book to you immediately. Please include your FULL NAME, ADDRESS, and NUMBER OF BOOKS so I can get them to the correct person. Save your money. Call, text or email me. Until the next time!
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