I completed the remaining sections on the 7 asset classes.
I shortened the 'about the author' section to two pages by deleting a lot of fluff.
I added systemic risk to the risk section
and I put the whole thing in a template that I downloaded from the CreateSpace website so I'm sure it will fit nicely into a book.
I also took some time to write a blurb for the cover:
Invest Local is a peek into the thoughts of local deal-making expert David Barnett. His experience and education in business brokerage, small business financing and capital markets gives him an insight into what’s wrong with the common financial planning advice available today and how you can make superior investment returns while mitigating risk and helping your local community.
This is not a book about social enterprises or charity. It is a book which guides you on how to find and obtain superior returns in the community where you live, far, far from the promises of Wall St.
Barnett offers step-by-step guidance on how to earn three-digit returns by doing car leases, secured loans, inventory financing, buying accounts receivables, financing mini and mobile homes, operating leases on machinery and more.
High yield investing does not have to mean high-risk investing.
I'm getting excited because I think the time to send it to print may be quickly approaching. I'm thinking more and more about promotion and I can't wait to speak to my Clarity expert next week.
Have a great weekend.