Friday, July 5, 2013

Friday Read & Write!

This week on the reading list is: The Millionaire Dropout by Vince Stanzione. I would classify it as a motivational or self-help book.  It's full of "love yourself" and other humanistic ideas but there is some good information on priorities and finding time and some good ideas on building a home-based business.  The premise is working from home/having your own business will make you happier, healthier and more financially sound than merely working for someone else.  I found some good ideas to run past farmer John to help us earn a little more income.  It is a fairly new book published sometime earlier this year.  I found it in my library's New Book section.
 


 Also at the library was the newest edition of Country Woman.  I'm particularly interested in the article on Author/illustrator Jan Brett.  She is a lover of chickens and uses her hens for story ideas to write about in her children's books. Hmmm.... Mrs. P and Mrs. Q approve of this idea!


I also picked up the next Cappers.  Great articles this month, especially the article on deep litter management with chickens.

 
Have a great day! Go read and write!

3 comments:

Vince Stanzione said...

Hello, Thank you for the mention. Yes the book came out in May and made it to #4 on the New York Times Best-seller list. You can keep up to date at http://www.themillionairedropout.com

Kind Regards
Vince

Cynthia (C.L) Lewis said...

Mr. Stanzione,
Wow, how did you even find yourself on my little blog? Sorry my review wasn't totally glowing but I've been jaded by the Rich Dad books. You do have some great ideas I do want to implement though. Definitely worth the read!

Vince Stanzione Financial Trader said...

Hello Cynthia, call me Vince, well that is the power of the internet,your blog is being beamed to millions of homes around the world (I am currently in the UK) and it shows up in Google search. This is what I explain in the book how a small one person business can now sell products globally even with little or no marketing budget.
Take care
Vince