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  • Single-family Lease Options, 3rd ed. – John T. Reed
    to control properties and their appreciation without having to make normal down payments and take on the normal risks of ownership Landlords who want to use lease options to increase their income and reduce their management need to be far more careful than they have been told by the bad gurus The biggest overlooked opportunity is being a third party investor who buys into a profitable lease option that the tenant does not have the financial strength to exercise Real estate agents are far too ignorant of the laws pertinent to lease options to be getting involved in them before they read this book Don t do a lease option of a single family house or condo until you read this book If you already have a lease option read this book before you take another step The book covers how doing a lease option might cost you an exchange prevent eviction get your property reassessed be unethical force immediate pay off of your mortgage cost you your depreciation deductions loss of home mortgage interest deductions and more Lease options are far more complicated than most real estate investors know The consequences of that ignorance can be severe Thank you for writing such an excellent book in Single Family Lease Options I am preparing to secure an option as the lessee optionee and reading your book in one sitting has been more useful than four weeks of online research Instead of theory and speculation I now have a focused checklist of action steps for closing my deal Super stoked about this Jay Cross 68 pages 8 1 2 x 11 paperback John T Reed s real estate investment background Front Matter Table of Contents Index Changes to the latest edition Two other similar finance books are Fundamentals of Real Estate

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  • Youth Baseball Coaching, 3rd edition – John T. Reed
    then experimented with different coaching methods This books tell you about the ones that worked Not only youth baseball coaching approaches that work but that work fast because a youth season is too short for methods that work slowly The book is also real world covering subjects like cheating in the draft the parents meeting and how to deal with the weakest players See my other articles on youth baseball coaching 284 pages John T Reed s baseball background Table of contents Baseball articles How the various editions have been improved Front matter Index Reader success stories The difference between our team and the remainder of the league was remarkable your strategies are more fundamentally sound and offer more of a competitive advantage than all of the other books I have read combined we were able to take an inferior team talent wise and win the championship Brad after purchasing your baseball book and managing my team to its first league championship we went on to be in the championship game three more times we won one more of those I attribute our success to what I applied after carefully reading your book Thanks again for all of the great

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  • Coaching Teenage and Adult Baseball – John T. Reed
    methods This books tell you about the ones that worked Not only baseball coaching approaches that work but that work fast because a season is too short for methods that work slowly The book is also real world covering subjects like cheating in the draft the parents meeting and how to deal with the weakest players See my other articles on baseball coaching 284 pages Table of contents Baseball blog Baseball Coaching News corrections and supplemental material Front matter Index Reader success stories The difference between our team and the remainder of the league was remarkable your strategies are more fundamentally sound and offer more of a competitive advantage than all of the other books I have read combined we were able to take an inferior team talent wise and win the championship Brad after purchasing your baseball book and managing my team to its first league championship we went on to be in the championship game three more times we won one more of those I attribute our success to what I applied after carefully reading your book Thanks again for all of the great experiences over the past few years Dennis Rapkins Last season the team hit 267 This year after reading your book we hit 406 as a team 606 on base percentage too Robert J Merlino Jr Most important of all my son and I really had a great time and I have you to thank I can t say enough about you and your philosophy Rich Ehrlich Your youth baseball coaching philosophy allows even the projects to see improvement within a single season when they are on my team Michael P Sullivan We had a coach in San Diego last year that fully implemented your teaching and took an inherited 3 18 team to first

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  • Succeeding, 3rd edition – John T. Reed
    cover several times and even now every time I read a section I learn something new All of the advice in Succeeding pertains to topics that are hugely important to me I appreciate the details regarding achievement risk success and happiness What impresses me most is that the advice in Succeeding is highly credible You have a collection of impressive achievements longevity and no hidden agenda As a skeptical reader who has read over a hundred self help books it is often hard to determine what advice I can trust I pay especially close attention to your words because you are someone who based on decades of experience understands what it takes to achieve goals that are universally respected You include your failures and the lessons you learned from them What I can say is that the vast majority of your advice is damn good and my life has been greatly enriched by studying Succeeding carefully Warmest regards Alex The real world stuff grown ups were too embarrassed about to teach you People tell you that all you need to succeed is an education that is studying some subject like chemical engineering or business management Bull The world is not a college or a high school Most success in organizations stems from your ability to play office politics not your knowledge of your college major If you want to be judged on your merit not your ability to suck up read Succeeding It tells you how to succeed on your real merits either in your own business or working for others but in the right organizational and incentive structure where your true value will be visible undeniable and rewarded Hello Mr Reed I am a college senior currently reading Succeeding I haven t read a personal development success book as dense with valuable content as yours Sincerely Oliver Hudson Far more competitive world Another reason why Succeeding is needed is that the world is far more competitive than it was just eight years ago Globalization astonishing leaps in communications the Internet and technology unemployment foreclosures emerging countries are changing all the rules Bureaucracy did not become any more fun in the last eight years And corporations did not become any more loyal to their employees More than ever before in modern times you are on your own Your children and grandchildren are going to be on their own More than at any time in recent memory we need the best possible advice on how to make the most of our strengths and work around our weaknesses in order to prosper Don t try to change your personality Millions of people are wasting huge amounts of time trying to change their personalities to please their boss or their girlfriend or boyfriend Number one you cannot change your personality All you will accomplish is turning yourself into a phony Secondly and more important you don t have to change your personality What you do have to change if your personality clashes is

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  • How to Protect Your Life Savings from Hyperinflation and Depression, 2 – John T. Reed
    bills Only the bond market can pay the bills and they are starting to complain about the amount of risk they are taking paying bills for Americans Indeed the bond market will tell you Medicare is one of the biggest parts of the problem The bond market will not lend money to us until Medicare and other spending are reduced to reasonable levels And reasonable levels are WAY below current levels Cannot tax our way out Can we tax our way out of debt No The U S cannot double or triple its current tax levels Cannot grow our way out Can the U S grow out of the debt problem as in the past No It s too big 3 annual growth would be extraordinary That would be 3 x 16 8 trillion U S Gross Domestic Product 500 billion increase in the U S economy Since World War II U S annual tax revenues have been about 18 of GDP no matter who has control of Congress and the White House 18 of 500 billion is only 90 billion It would take a long time to pay off a 19 trillion national debt at a rate of 90 billion per year 200 years to be exact Furthermore that 90 billion additional tax revenue would only go to paying down the debt if we starting running a 90 billion a year surplus and used every penny of it to pay down the debt No one claims that will happen Politicians will cut spending AFTER they try everything else including hyperinflation Are the President and Congress going to cut spending by hundreds of billions of dollars per year No What if Republicans take control of the White House and Congress No The politicians in Washington are going to keep the runaway train going until it crashes Thus my new book How to Protect your Life Savings from Hyperinflation Depression Get off the train track before you get run over by the federal deficit This is going to happen There is no political will to stop it The public is too ignorant of finance to realize the catastrophe that may be about to happen All we as individuals can do is get off the train track How to Protect your Life Savings from Hyperinflation Depression tells you in detail how to do that Why both hyperinflation and depression Because my research indicates that it is impossible to predict which we will get Hyperinflation happens because the government deliberately prints too much money They do that because they are afraid to cut spending or raise taxes enough to avoid it Depression deflation on the other hand is a blunder by the government It is mainly caused by the government waiting too long to print more money or by the government slamming on the brakes too hard to stop hyperinflation It can also be caused by stupidity like protectionist laws wage and price controls tax increases and so on none of which are

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  • How to Write, Publish, and Sell Your Own How-To Book – John T. Reed
    success That s 6 000 a year for the rest of your life Actually it s 6 000 for the rest of your life plus 70 years That s when the copyright runs out So if they are interested your heirs can benefit from the book after you are gone I have self published 39 different titles 110 books if you count editions I also have self published a nationwide newsletter for 30 years The Internet changes everything Previously selling your own book without the help of distributors and book stores was difficult But with the Internet you just put up a Web site and the orders flow in continuously Typically you will sell your first copy within hours of your Web site being known to the search engines How To Write Publish and Sell Your Own How To Book covers the amount of money you can expect to make how to set up your home office book length layout title cover design printing binding shipping how to write including use of pseudonyms or anonymous writing if you are shy how to transcribe your spoken words to produce more readable writing why you should NOT sell to book stores including on line book stores customer service your Web site how to market and publicize your books why you do not want a best seller and more See these links for more details Keys to self publishing success Reader comments Front Matter Copyright date acknowledgments etc News release Table of Contents Index Changes to the second edition of the book Here are web articles I have written about self publishing Common mistakes beginning writers make The Wal Mart vs Amazon book price war Why John T Reed no longer sells his books through Amazon Self DISTRIBUTION is more important than self

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  • What the James Frey A Million Little Pieces incident reveals about ‘re – John T. Reed
    in its mega best selling nonfiction books that make millions of dollars for them Of course they do have enough money to advertise the books as nonfiction and to brag about the true stories they contain Another thing they apparently do not have enough money for is to afford a warning label on their ads or book covers that the purported facts contained in the book in question have been checked by no one but the author who is making money and fame from the book and who would lose out on much of that money if not all of it if purported facts where revealed to be lies Can anyone afford to check facts nowadays Sure The national print media and network evening news programs do it all the time Is this because they have such high profit margins Actually they are losing circulation and viewers at an alarming rate in spite of population growth And they never have a best selling book s profits Come to think of it how much did Doubleday make on Frey s book They probably will not say But I ll make an educated guess that their profit contribution wholesale price to retailers minus their variable costs of mainly printing and shipping are about 10 per book That means their profit contribution from Frey s three million seller would be around 30 million Exactly how much profit do they need to check facts And isn t it really obvious that if they had checked the facts on Frey s book in the beginning they thereby would have prevented themselves from publishing it and they would be out that 30 million In other words what they really cannot afford is not fact checking it s requiring facts in their nonfiction books Doubleday Publisher Nan Talese hero to her real publisher colleagues According to the Wall Street Journal article Frey s publisher received a standing ovation from her colleagues when she returned from her Oprah appearance and a supportive call from Peter Olson the chief executive of Doubleday s parent company Bertelsman AG Random House Inc That would be because Ms Talese s colleagues are as amoral and irresponsible as she is Talese said she also got more than 500 emails of which the overwhelming majority have been supportive Many other publishers publicly expressed support for Talese and Doubleday and volunteered that they would have published the book as well Actually the Journal said they admitted they too could have been duped by Frey You know what They want to be duped Real publishers have a Don t Ask Don t Tell policy when it comes to lies in nonfiction books How else to explain why they publish unsafe diets books that advocate ineffective quack cures for cancer get rich quick books etc I hasten to point out that these people are almost certainly part of the liberal elite who are the first to condemn such behavior when they detect it in say the military

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  • John T. Reed’s self-publishing blog
    do Dumb word or phrase Correct version Why administrate administer There is a word taxation but we do not call the verb taxate It s tax The fact that there is a noun orientation does not mean the verb is orientate It s orient Please ceasate doing this adverse averse Adverse is a good word It Read more What the James Frey A Million Little Pieces incident reveals about real publishers Posted by John Reed on Oct 08 2015 In my book How to Write Publish and Sell Your Own How To Book I denounced the so called real publishers up one side and down the other I urged readers to self publish as I do instead In an article at my Web site about best selling financial books www johntreed com bestseller html I also denounced them for not caring one whit about whether the nonfiction books they publish are accurate or give valid advice Some readers may have thought I was overstating my case I refer them to the brouhaha over James Frey s mega best seller A Million Little Pieces Frey we now know originally Read more All self publishing articles Posted by John Reed on Oct 05 2015 Amazon will compete against you using your own proprietary data if you are a successful Amazon merchant Anonymous sources are not anonymous to us reporters Author says Amazon and book publishers won t give sales figures Best selling real estate authors HarperCollins new policies Keys to success self publishing how to books Nov 10 2015 My former book store distributor went bankrupt Self DISTRIBUTION is more important than self PUBLISHING The Your four best friends from high school market segment The silliness of looking for symbolism in literature The Wal Mart versus Amazon book price war Those who

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