Pivot-Point: The Beginning of Your Financial Journey

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AuthorHouse, Aug 9, 2012 - Business & Economics - 96 pages
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To the kids: Life is a journey. People will try to knock you down the rest of your life. If you let them, then you will fall. Times can get hard. Trust only the ones worth trusting. Stay focused. Stay positive. Dont let anyone break down your dreams. God is the answer and will never leave your side. Let Him into your heart and He will fill it. This book can only take you so far. There are common principles in the book that can lead you to a successful life. The real magic is within you. Drive and discipline will win the race. Focus on your life and avoid greed, jealousy and selfishness.

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Douglas Myers grew up in Georgetown, IN. He is currently married to his wife Liz Myers and has three children, son Benjamin, step-son Kent and step-daughter Lauren. With 20 years of investment experience, Doug has worked with several banks, insurance companies, mutual fund companies, brokerage firms and an institutional money management company during his tenure in the financial industry. Doug has also been a licensed fitness trainer and has built three houses. After writing his first book Gut-Check... serving God on your financial journey, Doug decided that giving back to young adults was the perfect place to help shape the future of our America.

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