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Life Leverage

Author : Rob Moore
ISBN : 9781473640290
Genre : Business & Economics
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You are just one small step away from the life you know you deserve. It's time to leverage your life. Life Leverage means taking control of your life, easily balancing your work and free time, making the most money with the minimum time input & wastage, and living a happier and more successful life. Using Rob Moore's remarkable Life Leverage model, you'll quickly banish & outsource all your confusion, frustration and stress & live your ideal, globally mobile life, doing more of what you love on your own terms. Learn how to: - Live a life of clarity & purpose, merging your passion & profession - Make money & make a difference, banishing work unhappiness - Use the fast-start wealth strategies of the new tech-rich - Maximise the time you have; don't waste a moment by outsourcing everything - Leverage all the things in your life that don't make you feel alive 'This book shows you how to get more done, faster and easier than you ever thought possible. A great book that will change your life'. Brian Tracy, bestselling author of Eat That Frog
Category: Business & Economics

Ten Decades In The Life Of My Dad

Author : Marion Elizabeth Fraser
ISBN : 9781460217467
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The 20th century heralded the greatest technological changes of any century. My Dad lived through virtually all of it - from 1898 to 1997. He served in two world wars and raised two families. Even though my Dad was a quiet man, he shared with me his stories and he shared with me his soul. His advice was always sage and he took a deep interest in the lives of his children, his grandchildren and his great grandchildren. Aside from his military service, he was a self employed man - home builder, farmer, logger. This book views the 20th century through his eyes. For me it was a labour of love and an opportunity to revisit the many lessons I learned through knowing him, his life, his hopes, his dreams and his disappointments. His only regret in life was not completing his science degree at Queen’s University. He was in the class of ‘23, enrolling after returning from his overseas service in World War I in which all three of his brothers were wounded. He rarely talked about war, except to say it was a waste. Dad had a great sense of humour. He loved to read and enjoyed good movies and in his later years we watched many movies together. But mostly he worked hard. He always did whatever was necessary, but only after thinking the task through and figuring out the best way to accomplish his goals.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Leverage Equation

Author : Todd Tresidder
ISBN : 9781939273031
Genre : Business & Economics
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Will you be able to retire while you're still young enough to enjoy it? Are you working hard but not producing the results you'd like? You need a way to work smarter, not harder. You need leverage. In The Leverage Equation: How to Work Less, Make More, and Cut 30 Years Off Your Retirement Plan, former hedge fund manager and five-time author Todd Tresidder unpacks the principles, strategies, and tools you need to grow your wealth in time to get the most out of it. In these pages, you'll discover: The real reason you're not as rich as you should be. (Surprise! It's not what you think.) How $10 can realistically become $1000 (without taking crazy risks or working long hours). The hidden trap of regular paychecks (and how you can overcome it!) Why you don't need money to make money. The truth about (and the dangers of) highly leveraged investments. The 9 principles of leverage that maximize your financial results (and lead to a more fulfilling life). The right (and wrong) way to apply each of the six types of leverage. Step-by-step, Todd Tresidder shares his proven process for harnessing the power of all six types of leverage to meet your life goals.
Category: Business & Economics

6 Secrets To Leveraging Success

Author : Chris Jarvis, MBA, CFP
ISBN : 9781682614532
Genre : Business & Economics
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As an actuarial analyst for some of the largest companies in the world and as a Certified Financial PlannerTM Professional, Chris Jarvis gained critical insights into the successful operations of hundreds, if not thousands, of businesses and professional practices. He has been solving complex business, investment, and insurance concerns for his clients for more than twenty years. In 6 Secrets to Leveraging Success, he shares how to: · Avoid being overcharged and given inadequate service by some of the biggest professional services firms. · Smart ways to identify and avoid working with financial institutions that have significant, and undisclosed, conflicts of interest with you. · Turn insurance expenses into valuable working assets for your business or family. · Own your own insurance company—so you can keep the profits for yourself and lower the costs of agents and brokers. · Be Your Own Bank—so you can access, leverage, and grow your wealth without the red tape, regulations and fees of traditional banking · Restructure your business so that your #1 corporate expense—employees—act like owners.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : John G. Taft
ISBN : 9781118237267
Genre : Business & Economics
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A compelling argument for why stewardship of wealth and service to others should be our highest financial priority Stewardship is the journey of financial insider John Taft towards understanding and affirming the importance of stewardship—which he has come to define as "serving others"—as a core principle for the financial services industry, the global financial system, and society at large. By defining the attributes of authentic stewardship, this book presents a path forward by analyzing the success of Canadian banks in weathering the financial crisis; evaluates the effectiveness of global financial reform efforts in making the financial system safer, sounder, and more secure; offers wealth management prescriptions for individual investors; evaluates the potential of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) investment processes as a way to instill stewardship behaviors among corporate CEOs (particularly at financial services firms); and, ultimately, calls for a return to stewardship's core principles as the key to not only minimizing the scope and consequences of future failures, but also to addressing other societal challenges. Argues for a return towards stewardship, with financial services companies doing right by their customers Analyzes the response of Canadian banks to the financial crisis to provide meaningful advice for investors and businesses alike Inspired by Taft's experience running one of the largest wealth management firms in the country during the financial crisis and his direct participation in subsequent legislative and regulatory efforts to rewrite the rules under which the U.S. securities industry operates From the man who made the decision to reimburse clients affected by the collapse of a money market mutual fund comes a compelling look at why financial service companies should start doing what's right for their customers.
Category: Business & Economics

Leveraging The Universe

Author : Mike Dooley
ISBN : 9781582703152
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Builds on the author's principles from Infinite Possibilities and Manifesting Change in a step-by-step guide to self-fulfillment that explains how to tap the unlimited energy of the universe to transform a life in spite of personal circumstances, make appropriate choices and align beliefs in accordance with goals. Reprint.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Bank And Insurance Capital Management

Author : Frans de Weert
ISBN : 9780470971642
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 67.55 MB
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In the aftermath of the financial crisis, capital management has become a critical factor in value creation for banks and other financial institutions. Although complex and subject to regulatory change, the strategic importance of capital management became apparent during the crisis and has moved the subject to the top of corporate agendas. Bank and Insurance Capital Management is an essential guide to help banks and insurance companies understand and manage their capital position. Bridging the gap between theory and practice, it provides proven techniques for managing bank capital, as well as explaining key capital management perspectives, including accounting, regulatory, risk and capital management and corporate finance. It also shows how to analyze a firm's stakeholders such as depositors, policy holders, debt holders and shareholders, and manage their expectations, and how to align risk and capital management so as to best optimize the return on capital and preserve capital in periods of stress. Economic capital is also discussed in depth, as are the practicalities of bank and insurance M&A, and the book also shows how financial innovations can be used to optimise the capital position and how diversification effects are reflected in the capital position. This book will arm readers with the knowledge and skills needed to understand how capital management can improve capital structure and performance, achieving an optimal cost of, and return on capital, creating value as a result.
Category: Business & Economics

The Path To A Meaningful Purpose

Author : Luis A. Marrero, MA, RODP
ISBN : 9781475986402
Genre : Psychology
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Part scholarly psychological research, part self-improvement book, Th e Path to a Meaningful Purpose helps you answer four existential questions: Who am I? What matters in life? Why am I here? How do I successfully fulfi ll my life purpose? Author Luis A. Marrero uses psychology to help you understand the meaning and purpose of your life, and how to succeed. Marrero introduces foundations of a new movement in psychology called logoteleology, chiefl y a blend of logotherapy, psychological theories of motivation, and teleology, that he calls the science of meaningful purpose. It provides a basis to help you • understand why people suff er and institutions fail to reach their potential despite the availability of practical solutions; • discover who you are by learning about identities and how they are formed and improved; • realize what is meaningful and meaningless in life; • resolve to make decisions that set you up to make the best of what life off ers; • fi nd and commit to a meaningful purpose that serves as a guiding compass for a fulfi lling life; • learn how to set goals and make choices that are compatible with what is meaningful to you; and • determine how you can select and use the right type of motivation that builds and strengthens your mental stamina and the confi dence to win in life. Th e Path to a Meaningful Purpose, a foundational guide, is the fi rst in a planned anthology. It explains why you behave the way you do and how your behavior impacts your ability to enjoy life to its fullest, off ering ways to help you grow and succeed.
Category: Psychology

High Trust Selling

Author : Todd Duncan
ISBN : 9781418513627
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 59.91 MB
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Do you feel like your career exists somewhere between your last sale and your next one? Are you always searching for the way to bridge the gap and create long-term success? Does it seem that somehow your life is only about your ability to perform on the job? For too long you have bought into the idea that the business you do and the life you lead are completely separate. What Todd Duncan has learned in his twenty-two years of sales is the polar opposite: When you discover how to connect who you are and what you are about in your selling career, the results will be phenomenal and long-lasting. No matter what industry you work in or what type of sales position you hold, adopting the practical principles in High Trust Selling will open the door to a new way of thinking and a life beyond your wildest expectations. “Long-term sales success happens when high trust exists—when you are a trustworthy salesperson running a trustworthy sales business, and when it’s clear to your clients that you are a person of integrity who will not only do what you say but who also has the means to deliver.” —Todd Duncan
Category: Business & Economics


Author : David M. Anderson
ISBN : 9783319060941
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 57.53 MB
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This book considers the current domestic and global political and economic landscape and will show that there are three different but related kinds of leverage that together have emerged as the dominant strategy in economics, politics and international relations. The economic crisis of 2008-09 was called by most economists a crisis of “over-leverage.” Yet no one has argued that there has also been a leverage crisis or at least a “leverage challenge,” in other aspects of life. The This book argues that there is a “leverage mean” in between the extremes of too little leverage and too much leverage that provides the basis for resolving the various crises and challenges. This book, which grows out of a Brookings Institution paper “The Age of Leverage,” will analyze bargaining leverage, resource leverage and economic investment leverage and should draw the attention of students and teachers in political and economic philosophy.
Category: Political Science