Bootstraps and Ladders by Marcus Buford
A Financial Outlook on Growth and Movement and the Innerspiritual Logic

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"The book is a serviceable, but limited introduction to saving money. The author promises another installment of the series soon, which could build on the framework provided here, but fewer tables, a clearer writing style and more detailed advice would have made a much better introductory book."
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Marcus Buford isn’t a rocket scientist or business guru, but he does believe he’s created a concept that can help anyone accomplish their financial goals.
In Bootstraps and Ladders, he shares tips to help you move ahead physically, spiritually, and mentally. You’ll learn how to

gain control over your career and earning potential;uncover opportunities that coincide with your passions;avoid and navigate your way through pitfalls; andhone the right mindset to achieve financial success.

Laced with tables, graphs, and case studies, you’ll find out how to follow your instincts without losing everything if your business happens to fail. After all, nothing is guaranteed, but managing risk, doing research, and asking the right questions can save you a lot of heartache.
Presented in straightforward language, this guidebook provides the tools, insights, and innerspiritual logic you need to boost your finances. By using the what-why-who logic, you’ll dramatically increase your chances of living out your dreams.
 

About Marcus Buford

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Marcus Buford holds an associate?s degree in liberal arts and is completing a bachelor?s degree at UWM, the University of Wisconsin?Milwaukee. He enjoys writing and managing finances. He lives in Milwaukee.
 
Published December 20, 2012 by iUniverse. 84 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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"The book is a serviceable, but limited introduction to saving money. The author promises another installment of the series soon, which could build on the framework provided here, but fewer tables, a clearer writing style and more detailed advice would have made a much better introductory book."

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