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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Home-Based Businesses
  • Language:English
  • Pages:60
  • eBook ISBN:9781609849412

How To Make A Lot Of Money

Alternative paths for the out of work or underemployed

by Thomas W Glynn

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Overview
Describes a series of business opportunities that do not require anything but hard work and imagination.
Description
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION It is growing increasingly harder to live well without a lot of money. A good car costs $20,000, while a really good car costs $50,000. A nice home costs $250,000, yet a really nice home costs $1,000,000. A college education costs $30,000, but a college education at a great school costs $300,000 and up. Like most people working and receiving a salary, the thought of living well, educating your children, and retiring in comfort seems impossible. Why not take a chance and try something different? A salaried job will always be there. As you must be aware, today's job market is challenging at best. With unemployment over 10%, and little hiring taking place, a number of people are looking for alternative ways to make a living that do not involve flipping hamburgers. This book was written to get you thinking about some alternative ways to earn a living, or indeed, to attain some real wealth. Most of the suggestions discussed in this book have been used by someone to make serious money. I myself have started seven companies, and now I am very comfortably semi-retired. It's time to turn off the TV, sit down with a pen and paper, and start to create a source of real wealth for your family. None of these ideas requires an advanced education or specialized training, just hard work, patience, and persistence.
About the author
Biography- Thomas W Glynn Tom spent initially 20 plus years in the corporate scientific world rising to Director of Advanced Programs Engineering at Martin Marietta. For the last 25 plus years he has been an entrepreneur starting 5 companies including Glynn Scientific Inc., NetSat28, GeoPhone LLC, etc. During both careers he generated a number of patents in radar, navigation, satellite design, communication technology, etc. Over the years he has worked with Raytheon, Boeing and Lockheed Martin in the USA and Rhienmetal, Technical Zentrum North, Israeli Aircraft Industries, and British Aerospace overseas. His awards include Engineer of the Year and Scientist of the Year at Martin Marietta and a full fellowship for the Northeastern University Ph.D. program. After a successful professional career Tom decided to retire, selling his companies and his proprietary technologies. Tom is still a prolific inventor and does consulting in the fields of radar, sonar and various technologies. Tom and his wife of 33 plus years presently lives in Delaware at the Peninsula Resort with a second home in Annapolis Maryland where he is visited by his three children and seven grand children.
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