It hit me today as I watched a news program that many people don’t understand why this tax increase targeting the 250k income range is such a big deal to small businesses, or how it will effect job creation.
So why do I know? I owned and operated a large staffing agency, in two states, with income ranging from 8 to 16 million a year. I reinvested in growth every year and gave lots of people a chance to make great income. I wanted everyone to have opportunity and to feel they were doing well with us. We were all … Read more »
Hi all — I’m still putting together my street as I get ready for the release of THE STORM THAT IS STERLING. I have a little yahoo group called Lisa’s Underground Angels. My Angels are truly angels who help me spread the word for new releases both on line and in their cities. I also have readers who test read and proof for me. You don’t have to do both to be a part of the group. Monthly, I have some fun goodies for everyone who helps.
So if you are interested then shoot me an email at email@example.com.… Read more »
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A GUIDE TO BUYING AND SELLING STORAGE UNITS — the truth, not the fantasy fiction in the television shows.
Long before television brought you shows that make the purchase and reselling of storage auctions look glamorous and fun, there were those of us who were living in that world, and those of us who knew the truth. And what is that truth?
The truth is that ‘yes’ you can make money buying and selling storage auctions, and ‘yes’ you CAN make lots of good money. However, making that money is very much like gambling in Las Vegas. … Read more »
This was such an interesting year to be at RWA because the publishing industry is changing in vast ways and doing so at lightening speed. Everyone feels uncertain — authors and industry people alike. Everyone is trying to figure out where they fit in the industry in the future. Self Publishing is appealing to a lot of authors. I asked many why that was the case for them. Before I tell you their answers, let me just say that my main motivation for asking a lot of questions, is that I’m on the fence with this whole self publishing frenzy. … Read more »
I’m going to start my rambling with the AFTER RWA event I attended because it summed up what RWA was all about this year. The industry is changing in a big way. So Sunday — I had the good fortune of joining a great group of readers from Long Island and two fabulous authors for a book signing. Ironically this was at the Barnes and Noble I used to go to often when I lived there. The minute I walked in it was clear MUCH had changed. The entire middle section no longer looked like a bookstore but rather a … Read more »