Global economic shifts have altered the way most people can earn.
Recent statistics suggest that unemployment has fallen in the US… but at the cost of enormous added stress. Millions are under employed or working so hard that the process is not fulfilling, healthy and barely worth the effort.
Millions are escaping the rat race… creating their own business or moving abroad.
See below great opportunities in publishing and vineyards.
Small magazine publishing businesses are one great way to earn. Merri and I learned how to earn in Ecuador with publishing. Our friends Dave and Sherry Johnson learned how to earn with publishing small magazines.
Dave and Sherry’s first magazine in Asheboro.
Publishing Benefits. The income from small Positive Community Magazines is wonderful… as much as $17,000 gross a month (with profits over $11,000) but it’s the wonderful fringe benefits that come to publishers which make this business really great.
Dave sent a note about these benefits.
#1: Freedom of setting your own hours. Working when you where and when you want to… not what you are told. This saves time, frustration and stress. Dave says he has no commute unless you count the 8 seconds it takes to walk from the bedroom to his office. You don’t have to ask permission to take time off to attend your children’s sporting events, concerts, plays or any other event.
#2: Freedom of expression. One of Dave’s favorite reasons for having his own publishing business is that he can work at home in his pajamas! One great writer I know used to work in a SuperMan suit! Whatever yanks your chain is okay in this business.
#3: You have complete control over your earnings. If you want to earn more, give yourself a raise by working more and increasing your revenue.
#4: The tax benefits are tremendous. An expanded portion of your lifestyle becomes tax deductible.
#5: When you work hard, you are working hard for your benefit and wealth not someone else’s.
#6: You get PRESS credentials. Dave says that some big venues (like NASCAR) require official credentials which you can get by calling the press office. Publishers can create their own “PRESS” badge and it usually gets them “behind the scenes” access. In addition when there, everyone of course wants to talk to the press so they can end up in the magazine. Being part of the press also (usually) gets you free admission into most events. Worst case scenario, you trade/barter an ad to gain admission.
Recently Dave attended an event called the “Big Sip”. Not only did he get free tickets, he received free VIP tickets which gave him and his wife Sherry access to the show early and gave access benefits that non-VIP ticket holders will not have… separate and earlier session, special demos, a special program, commemorative glass, more participation, a coupon booklet and entry to win free tickets to a national Big Sip Expo.
#7: Prestige (Celebrity Status). Dave & Sherry get invited to everything because people want their magazine at their events. Additionally, they are very well known around town.
#8: Service You Provide to the Community. The Johnsons are told again and again told that the content of the magazine they publish shines a positive light on the community.
#9: You can give a voice to positive organizations that normally wouldn’t have one. They raise the awareness to programs being hosted by the myriad of organizations in their town that most people would normally never hear of.
#10: Philanthropy. The Johnson’s have chosen two non-profit organizations to support. One of the things non-profits need is press coverage and advertising. They give about $10,000 worth of advertising a year to our non-profits and various other groups to help them get the exposure they need.
#11: They even save lives. In one issue of their magazine they told the story of a little boy who was struggling with a rare disease that caused life-threatening seizures. One day, while his mom was out shopping, the little boy had a seizure so she rushed him to the hospital.
She called ahead and the nurse met her at the emergency room. As it happens, the nurse had read the article in the magazine (which someone had brought to the nurse’s lounge) and she recognized the little boy from the article. Since she knew immediately what was wrong with him, no time was wasted and he was treated quickly. They were told that this particular seizure was especially bad and that the article probably saved his life. This doesn’t happen every day but once in a lifetime is good enough!
How’s that compared to being stuck in a cubicle just to make the mortgage?
With these thoughts in mind, Merri and I share with you the report How to Earn With Positive Community News
See another way to create a multi dimensional lifestyle….
Wine and Vineyard Investing
By Steve Rosberg
In the six years Ushay has been involved raising capital and operating the Los Arbolitos Vineyard project, we have come across the most varied investor questions and related situations.
Perhaps one of the oddest happened last year, when an acquaintance – who has been in the investment advisory service business for years – approached to ask wine-wizard Andres Rosberg if he would consider joining him and a group of his customers on a tour to Austria.
His goal was to combine a wonderful luxury pleasure trip with the exploration of investment opportunities, and wouldn’t Andres go to cover the topic of “wine investment”.
“Wine investment? Hmm, what exactly do you have in mind?” he asked him. “Do you mean buying bottles and holding them as they age? Buying a winery? Buying a vineyard and selling grapes to wineries? Or enjoying the life of a house in the vineyard?
He looked – a little lost – and said “I don’t know, I never thought about it!”
So, let us go over a little of what we have learnt these past years.
Starting with aging wine, this goes from the absolutely hedonic notion of buying wine before (or right after) the wineries release it and storing it until it has reached a more advanced level of maturity – but not more, as it goes downhill after that. The dividend? Better wine at home, nothing to be sneered at. And occasionally, the possibility of taking something that through aging has become special (“You can’t get any more of this harvest … etc.”) to share with friends, and making a bit of a social splash. In this scenario, you need to see that what you buy is apt for aging, and you have to store it in the right conditions, or it will be a disappointing exercise.
One step up, although we don’t know how you could tap into it on a small scale, is to note that, f. ex. in Buenos Aires restaurants that have a real wine-list, the general price difference between one vintage and the next of the same wine is seldom under 15% and often over 20%. Pretty steep, considering you have a zero credit-risk asset in storage, no?
Then, playing in the serious leagues is buying top end wines – the kind of stuff we can’t afford.
A good place to learn about this (and, eventually, invest in it) is Liv-ex, the London based fine-wine exchange (www.liv-ex.com). It gives the concept of “liquid financial asset” a new perspective. See below the LVX 100 chart.
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Moving closer to the grapes, the next level of wine investment is the winery. And that too, comes in all colours, sizes and locations – so no two are the same. Broadly, this ranges from garage crushing for home consumption to large-scale concerns producing industrial wines – which too go from bulk to high-end with a focus on quality. And not to be forgotten, the incredibly alluring boutique winery which will carry YOUR character and maybe your name into the mystical realm of a bottle of wine.
The spectrum is so broad …
If you are serious about doing a “real” winery investment, you not only need to have a grip on grape-sourcing, processing, aging and finance skills, and overall understanding of the wine business, but also a powerful distribution arm, unless you plan on increasing inventory every year.
If you are into the more romantic boutique winery concept, consensus is that your best bet is to wait for the next cyclical shakeout (crises happen everywhere from time to time) and buy somebody else’s dream project for a song. It keeps capital costs down, no mean feat in a super-capital intensive project. No matter how romantic it is, believe me, it IS capital intensive.
There is, of course, the variant of the winery with its own vineyard, the type which provides a scenic background for photos of cool-looking people talking and looking at a glass of wine surrounded by lush green vines laden with ripe fruit. This is better than winery alone, as you get to source part or all of your raw material from a vineyard that you control. But it requires that, aside from having the industrial marketing and financial skills mentioned above, you also be a good farmer.
You may find hybrid projects, where there are teams on the ground to farm your land, to run your winery, and to ship your produce. We have seen some spectacular ones in our neck of the woods, in Mendoza, Argentina’s wine capital. These are valid options, provided you know what you are going to do with the wine.
Somewhere in here is a niche for the gifted wine-trader, who can sell a shipment and then go and source it for delivery. Definitely not for amateurs, if you want to keep your shirt. But for the right persons, ROI is infinite as they have no investment. Success as a trader is the best way in to a winery ownership project.
Getting to the grape – to the pure agriculture play – we have the possibility of buying or planting a vineyard, with the aim of being good farmers and selling the produce to the wineries.
This was the path Ushay chose at Los Arbolitos Vineyard, as we have the best land, the dream-team team on the ground to operate it, and the right market environment to sell high quality grapes for recurring profits, plus great capital gains.
But be careful. Before you buy a vineyard or land to create one on, check with the neighbors (not only sellers or their agents …) about the environment. Is it hail city? Frost paradise? What about water? Is there any, surface or well? And salinity? Is the water table too high? And the soil? Is there electricity to run the pumps? Available labor? Are you thinking of the right variety/ies, in the appropriate wine region?
The person flogging the property may not be so concerned about these things as you need to be. And you really don’t want to buy the property and learn the answers to all the questions afterwards.
New, exotic wine regions are often very short of supplies, skilled labor and service providers – let alone customers, so this too is a major consideration.
Finally, there is the possibility of living in a vineyard full or part-time.
This is not such a frequent find, unless you want the whole farming package too.
But it exists, as in La Morada de los Andes (www.lamoradadelosandes.com).
In this case, you have a real-estate investment which allows you a life-style you normally only read about. You are surrounded by vines, you can take a glass of any wine you like and have your photo taken in the vines, with the mountains behind you, and get together with neighbors who are also into embracing nature, pristine air, and year-round breathtaking landscapes. You can hear yourself think. And, like buying wine to age yourself at home, it allows you to enjoy the best in life with family and friends while at the same time creating an enduring legacy.
Yes, investing in wine is worth looking into. That granularity – as opposed to the uniformity of financial assets – makes it fascinating at every step of the way, requiring our attention and intelligence to separate wishful thinking from desirable reality. Which brings the added bonus of stimulating our vitality.
Others are leaving the stress and pressure behind and moving to a country with less stress. Ecuador Ateam member Stephen Milden tells how North Americans are earning in Ecuador.
The world is changing and this is making it harder for the middle class to earn a living without giving up a life. We can shift with the times in many ways with our own small multi dimensional business abroad or in small communities.
Learn Spanish as you learn about South American farming and timber. Meet Steve Rosberg in Argentina or Uruguay. Steve will provide a presentation about vineyard, timber and agricultural investments during the Super Thinking + Spanish courses in Montevideo this February. Join Our Super Spanish teacher, Spiro Michas, and Steve Rosberg as you learn to speak Spanish in three days and find out more about timber and agricultural investments in Argentina and Uruguay.
2015 ScheduleSchedule 2015 Seminars and Courses
Delegates enjoy taking breaks at our winter courses in Mount Dora.
We conduct our summer camps at Jefferson Landing in West Jefferson North Carolina.
Join us in balmy Central Florida in the winter and the Cool Blue Ridge in summer.
Join Merri and me for all the courses and seminars that we’ll conduct to help you gain positive solutions to your economic, financial and lifestyle concerns.
Here are the courses we currently have scheduled in 2015. Course in bold conducted by Gary & Merri Scott
Oct. 10-11, 2015, West Jefferson, North Carolina. Multi Currency, Protect Against a Weak Dollar Investing Seminar. (Normally $799 or $999 for a couple)
The Best Multi Currency International Investing Seminar in 32 YearsCash in on the best opportunity in 32 years. Currency diversification has always been important for safety, but right now a multi currency opportunity is brewing and has more profit potential then you have seen in over three decades.
Our “International Investing Seminars” started 32 years ago at about the best time for investors ever. Over these decades our semi annual seminars have updated what’s going on in global investment markets and what to do. In all those years, few times offered as much long term opportunity as in 1982.
Join us to learn the great opportunities that are just ahead.
Mount Dora Florida. Multi Currency, Protect Against a Weak Dollar Investing Seminar. (Normally $799 or $999 for a couple)
Sept 4-5-6, 2015, West Jefferson, North Carolina. Multi Currency, Protect Against a Weak Dollar Investing Seminar. (Normally $799 or $999 for a couple)
Our summer and autumn courses are at the Jefferson Landing Country Club.
Finally, conditions have come full circle and the several conditions are coming together just as we saw at our first seminars in the 1980s. The US dollar. the US stock market and the price of oil are acting almost exactly as they did in the early 1980s. Knowing the conditions and why they have merged and what to do about them can help you create a fortune.
One way to tap this potential (we’ll review this at the seminar) is to invest in a Good Value Country Strategy with ETFs (Country Index Exchange Traded Funds). For example there are currently ten good value developed markets, Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore and the United Kingdom. You can easily create a diversified portfolio in each or all of these ten countries with Country Index ETFs.
We review more than two dozen Country Index ETFs at the seminars. One example is the iShares Germany MSCI Index ETF.
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Germany’s stock market is a good value market. Germany has the world’s fourth largest economy. The country is the third largest exporter in the world and in 2013 recorded the highest trade surplus in the world making it the biggest capital exporter globally. Yet German shares have been overlooked. German share prices are cheap.
The problem most investors have is knowing which German shares to buy. The country Index ETF solves this by investing in almost all the shares traded on Germany’s largest stock exchange in Frankfurt. The iShares Germany MSCI Index ETF is a share traded on the New York Stock Exchange that invests in 85% of the shares in Germany. This ETF is a passive fund that does not try to outperform the growth of the German Stock Market. The managers simply track the investment results of the MSCI Germany Index.
The MSCI Germany Index is designed to measure the performance of the large and mid cap segments of the German index is composed of the stocks of 54 different German companies and covers about 85% of all the German equities. Germany’s ten largest companies compose about 60% of the index. These ten companies are: BAYER (Health Care) composes 9.91% of the index – SIEMENS (Industrials) 7.89% – DAIMLER (Consumer Discretionary) 7.04% – BASF (Materials) 6.81% – ALLIANZ (Financials) 6.65% – SAP STAMM (Info Tech) 5.69% – DEUTSCHE TELEKOM (Telecom Srvcs) 4.46% – DEUTSCHE BANK NAMEN (Financials) 3.66% – VOLKSWAGEN VORZUG (Consumer Discretionary) 3.18% – BMW STAM (Consumer Discretionary) 3.15%.
The iShares MSCI ETF invests in all the important sectors in the German market, so your one investment in the ETF gives you a spread of good value German shares.
The fund has over 4 billion of assets and those assets are invested mainly in the 54 German shares, so your investment gives you enormous diversification within the German stock market. What makes ETFs such easy and simple investments is that even a small investment of $1000 (at this time) will buy about 25 shares. For just $1,000 the investment is spread into this vast powerful, good value equity market.
At our seminars we review Country Index ETFs for every good value stock market in the world. One benefit of these ETFs is that investors can invest very small amounts so it is possible to invest in all good value countries, even if your portfolio is not large.
You save on tax. Managed funds exert a heftier tax bill on your portfolio than passive products. You save on reduced portfolio turnover. Every time a manager makes a trade, there’s a cost. ETFs invest in the shares that compose the index and do not trade. During 2013 actively managed funds in the US turned over 85% of their holdings. Remember that this activity resulted in poorer average results than the indices for 75% of these funds.
Join me at our 2015 seminars to explain how to use ETFs and much more. The “International Investing Seminar” looks at how to protect purchasing power and pensions with multi currency investing. The course teaches how to add safety and create to profit from multi currency and global equity cycles.
Value Investing Outside the Box. Here is a partial syllabus of the seminar:
* See new breakout possibilities… in global investing.
* Benefits of early investments in an oil that’s up 22.8 times in the past ten years.
* Beyond Gold. Three hard assets that protect against all currency erosion.
* The Small Country Effect. Why small markets rise more than large ones.
* Top Value small markets and how to easily invest small or large amounts.
* The best four currencies for the year ahead.
Few decisions are as important to your wealth as WHICH CURRENCIES to invest in. This has been our area of expertise since the 1970s. Learn how to use ETFs to gain multi currency diversification.
Details in this session also include:
* How to easily buy global currencies, shares and bonds.
* The benefits of investing in real estate in Small Town USA. We will share why the value is special and why we have been recommending good value real estate in this area since 2009.
* What’s up with gold and silver. One session looks at my current position on gold and silver and asset protection. We review the state of the precious metal markets and potential problems ahead for US dollars – how interest rates at zero eliminate opportunity costs of diversification in precious metals and foreign currencies.
* New tax strategies. How to create businesses that earn income and reduce tax.
Gary Scott at a multi currency session
The course begins with a 1000 Year Economic Review that leads us up to where markets are in 2015.
Learn how to:
* Find good investing value.
* Use Multi Currency Portfolios.
* To use multi currency for diversification-speculation & hedge.
* Earn in water and agricultural investing.
* Gain with special situations now for aggressive growth
Join Merri and me for this multi currency economic update seminar.
Gary Scott speaking to 400 delegates in Quito, Ecuador
Sept 4-5-6, 2015, West Jefferson, North Carolina. Multi Currency, Protect Against a Weak Dollar Investing Seminar. (Normally $799 or $999 for a couple)
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Seven Secrets of Self PublishingHere are seven secrets that can help you earn as a writer and self publisher.
Join me as a wirter and self publisher.
These secrets are important because growing numbers of unknown writers have become famous writers and rich by self publishing over the internet.
Take for example Amanda Hocking. After self publishing her first book at Amazon.com in the spring of 2010 she became one of the the best-selling e-authors. In the next year her book sales grossed approximately $2 million.
In 2011, St. Martin’s press paid Hocking more than $2 million for the world English rights of a four book series. In 2013 she sold another series to St. Martin’s Press.
E.L. James is another such story. She sold 250,000 copies of “50 Shades” via Createspace and Amazon.com before publishers noticed her and published the erotic romance trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed which sold over 70 million copies worldwide, setting the record as the fastest selling paperback of all time.
Hugh Howey is a third example. He was working for $10 an hour in a book store when he self published his novel Wool, typing in a storage room during his lunch breaks. Soon he was earning over $100,000 a month on Amazon. This helped secure a six-figure book deal from Simon & Schuster, and an option for film by Ridley Scott, director of Blade Runner and Alien.
These are great inspirations.
I know Hugh. This type of success could not happen to a more deserving and talented person. He deserves every accolade he receives and he does not take a bit of this success for granted. Hugh is pouring enormous energy into be worthy of his readership. We’ll share some of Hugh’s secrets in a moment.
Neither you or I are likely to have this type of success. That’s not bad. The good news is… we do not need this type of success to have a rich and fulfilled lifestyle. Self Publishing offers so many opportunities that one can have a life that most people only dream of as a journeyman writer, instead of a super star.
May I hastily add that the path to stardom begins as a journeyman… so the journeyman’s path brings success without stardom… but can also lead to stardom.
What most success stories like those of Hugh Howey or E.L James or Amanda Hocking rarely share is the many hours of writing they devoted before their self published book sales soared. They were journeymen first… stars second.
The sevens secrets are the journeyman secrets… call them a writer’s armory of tools that allows almost anyone to create successful publications for income and fulfillment.
Take Merri’s and my publishing business as an example.
Merri and I are not writing stars. We are journeymen who have for 40 years, year in a year out, earned solid income writing and self publishing dozens of publications about multiple subjects.
Some years that income has been more than solid… over a million dollars. Yet in terms of stardom, we are hardly known.
In a moment you’ll see why that’s fine for us and probably for you too. First some history.
Merri became involved in self publishing over 40 years ago… first helping a veterinarian publish a book on a very specific market… animal acupuncture. Then she showed a needle point artist how to sell more books to an even more specific audience… “needle point enthusiasts” about her needle point work to an audience larger than the population of the city she lived in. This led Merri to eventually become Executive Editor of an award winning magazine in Florida.
My story allowed me to work and live from Hong Kong to London to Europe to Eastern Europe, then the Caribbean and then Ecuador… making millions in the process of following my adventures… having fun… while helping a large readership adapt to a rapidly changing world.
Self Publishing has created exactly the lifestyle we desire allowing us to span the world, have homes in Hong Kong, England, a farm in North Carolina, orange groves and home in Florida… hotel and condos in Ecuador and work that we love and feel has meaning and purpose.
Self Publishing has become a new business art form and the seven secrets can help you start your own self publishing business now.
Everything in publishing is new and exciting and changing. Publishing is being recreated by the wonderful power of destructive technology. Everything seems new… except the seven secrets. Change in the publishing industry is disturbing many. We love it due to these seven secrets we call the 7Ps. The 7 Ps are so fundamental to writing and publishing that new technology enhances rather than reduces their power.
The First P is Passion.
Whatever your passion, you can immerse yourself in it AND create income with self publishing. This can be your direct ticket to the kind of fulfillment you’ve always wanted in life. Whether you want to travel the world or live as a recluse, work 12 hours a day or not work much at all, you can set your schedule to succeed, if you’re willing to learn these seven secrets on writing to sell.
You can start part-time with any dream, passion, and budget. Once you’ve created a product, you’ll enjoy the “multiple effect” of producing profits over and over again.
So the question is… What do you love to do?
What’s Your Passion: An example is that thirty years ago, a client of Merri’s had a passion to help people who were in pain? He published a series of pamphlets explaining various chiropractic disorders in very simple terms. For example: “What Is Whip Lash?”
The pamphlets contained solid information, but were simple 5″ x 7″ brochures with drawings and explanations. He sold them with a rack to chiropractors, who put them in their offices for patients to read. These little self-published items sold year in and year out for decades.
There are thousands of ideas of this sort that can lead to big business. It’s just a matter of defining and then acting on your passion.
Although I can work when I please and go where I wish, for me the most important reason for being a publisher is the satisfaction it brings. I love the projects I take on, so work doesn’t feel like, well… work.
I’m passionate about investing, so I write and self publish ideas about investing. Merri and I love Ecuador… so we wrote about Ecuador.
What do you love? If you love golf, then you can write and sell publications about golf. Love travel, fishing, dogs, dolls, or art? Write and sell publications in these fields.
Are you concerned about crime, war, poverty or environmental issues? You can publish information products that help reduce these concerns.
Would you like to help the world be a more spiritual place? Publish a newsletter, write a book (or hire someone to write it for you), record a tape… publish something that enlightens people.
Whatever your passion, you can immerse yourself in it and earn income by publishing for ereaders, print on demand, CDs, lists, bound books, or any format you choose.
This is why stardom is not the main goal for most writers and self publishers. To be immersed in our passion and get paid well for it. That usually enough.
The seven Ps are:
#4: Profitably Priced Product
#5: Prospecting Pathway
In 1974, I had a business that never got ahead. I was almost penniless, in debt and living from hand to mouth. Then I discovered these seven secrets. They helped me write and sell book after book and report after report. Since then, our self publishing business has brought in millions.
How to build a solid business.
The key to building a successful self publishing business is to use the Golden Rule of Simplicity and the 7Ps to create your publication. The premise behind the Golden Rule is that if you have a passion… you have a problem. Your problem is a desire to fill.
The Golden rule of writing uses a writer’s desire as a compass to direct the creation and sale of the publication.
Here is the Golden Rule of Simplicity: Your Desires Are in Others. Your Desires ID Markets. Your Habits Reveals Pathways. Your Emotions Create Stories. Your Demands Create Publications.
This creative pathway works whether your publication is written by hand and sold on the street corner or published for Kindle at Amazon.com. These simple but basic fundamentals guide the creation of your works whether you use the most sophisticated equipment and algorithms or are totally low tech.
The first time I exposed others to the secrets in Self Publishing was in a weekend seminar. We offered the course for $1,500 and were surprised when 80 delegates enrolled. People from all walks of life attended—chiropractors, businessmen, investors, doctors, realtors, inventors, airline pilots, engineers, and housewives.
Merri and I were so overwhelmed by the response, we decided to make it available to a larger audience. We created a course based on our current self publishing activity.
That was more than 20 years ago and thousands have used the course as it has evolved over the decades. You can see a few current success stories at the links at the bottom of this note.
This course is not theoretical. It describes step-by-step how Merri and I built a million-dollar international business and how we are running this self publishing business right now. We use the 7Ps today just as we did four decades ago to create a strong six figure annual income.
Another thing that is unique is that Merri and I do this entire business by ourselves with the help of David Cross, our son-in-law and webmaster. You will not have to build an organization to self publish. Though we have over 35,000 readers who have subscribed to our ezine and though we have have made millions we still work from home. You’ll be able to do the same—if you wish—because the course includes everything we did and do—explained in vivid detail.
To this end, I have created a special offer. When you enroll in a Writer’s Camp, I’ll immediately send you an online course “Self Fulfilled – How to be a Self Publisher,” which is normally $299. I’ll also send our online course on how to use the internet and a website in your business and three additional bonuses.
Bonus #1: Get the 50 minute Video Workshop worth $99 “How to Start Your Own Internet Business” presented by our webmaster David Cross,
Bonus #2: Get FREE, the $299 online course “The Tangled Webs We Weave – How to Have an Internet Business”. To read more about this course click here.
Bonus #3: Our Super Thinking Workshop in an MP3 file so you can listen on your computer, burn a disk or listen on you Ipod or in your car. This recorded course sells for $199.
Bonus #4: A special report only available to those who enroll in “Self Fulfilled” entitled “Three Secrets for Creating Publishing Ideas”.
Bonus #5: Self Fulfilled 202 and 203. Self Publishing is changing so fast that the course continues to evolve. We added Self Fulfilled 202 in 2012 and 2o13. Now we are adding Self Fulfilled 303 in 2-14. You’ll get all new lessons we add for a year.
In all, you get $896 of bonuses FREE.
Whether you are an engineer, doctor, housewife, business owner, or retiree… self-publishing offers a way to turn your passion into profit.
Don’t miss this special opportunity. Order Self Fulfilled How to be a Self Publisher today.
Self Publisher and Author