Guest Blog: Rick Posner

Happiness is a Warm School Happiness is when you feel really good about somebody… Al Green, Love and Happiness Ah happiness; that slippery but sublime thing that we all seem to be chasing throughout our lives! Where do we find it? How do we hang on to it, and what we can learn from those [...]

Book Excerpt: Georgene Collins – Obesity Free Forever

Chapter 7 Plateaus and Setbacks The best plans will meet resistance at some point in the weight loss process. Changes to your body, such as fluid retention; indulging on special occasions; and plateaus are examples of obstacles that will challenge your plan at some point. You can stay true to your plan and continue to [...]

Guest Blog: Georgene Collins

Writing Tips I have a passion for writing but I realized early on when writing the book that it takes a lot of work!  Here are some tips you can use to help you develop your writing skills. First and foremost, remember your audience.  When I began writing Obesity Free Forever, I wrote only from [...]

Author Profile: Georgene Collins

Q: Why did you decide to write this book? A: I wanted to inspire and educate others that struggle with obesity.  After experiencing life as both obese and a normal weight and as a registered nurse, I wanted to let others know that converting to a healthy weight and lifestyle can be achieved safely and [...]

Georgene Collins – Obesity Free Forever

Q: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? Author: It is exciting that I am revisiting a promise I made to myself as a young woman to help others lose and manage their weight permanently. Q: How long did the book take you from start to finish? Author:  It [...]

Book Excerpt: Kenneth Marks – Handbook of Financing Growth

PREFACE Over the past two decades, access to capital for emerging growth and middle-market companies has vacillated based on the ebb and flow of the broad stock market and the liquidity and tightness of the credit markets. Even through the boom and bust of the Internet, availability was not constrained as it has been for [...]

Guest Blog: Kenneth Marks

So you think you want to write a book!  I must admit that the benefits of being an author have far out-weighed the significant investment; that is of time and money.  I started with the basic idea that the handbook would be a credibility piece to support my consulting and advisory business …and it has [...]

Author Profile: Kenneth Marks

Q: Why did you decide to write this book? A: After having grown my own company over 13 years from startup to about $22 million in revenues, having to raise capital through the various stages of a business as a CEO, I realized that that there weren’t books that addressed the topic of financing smaller [...]

Kenneth Marks – Handbook of Financing Growth

Q: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? Author: It’s a topic that needs to be addressed given the state of many small businesses; it is away to have a meaningful impact on job creation. Q: How long did the book take you from start to finish? Author: The [...]

Author Profile: John Warrillow

Q: Why did you decide to write this book? A: I have started and exited 4 businesses in my career. In 1997, I started Warrillow & Co. as a boutique consultancy. Over time, I built the company up to $5 million in revenue but eventually hit a plateau: I was doing most of the selling [...]