Do you want to achieve financial freedom, but have no idea how to get there? Do you feel like you just aren't making enough money? Are you stuck in debt and wish you could get out? Do you feel like your current financial plan isn't working or isn't working well enough? If you said yes to any of these questions, it's time for you to begin your Ten-Year Turnaround. The Ten-Year Turnaround is a life-changing financial plan that will enable you to turnaround your money problems and finally achieve financial freedom. By reading The Ten-Year Turnaround, You'll Learn How to... Grow your income by becoming an expert salary negotiator, starting your own business or doing a side-hustle on nights and weekends. Unlock the power of life-long learning and personal networking in your life so that career and business opportunities show-up at your door. Become an expert money manager and avoid the most common mistakes that prevent people from building wealth. Learn proven wealth building techniques that allow anyone to grow their net worth, each and every month. Build a dead-simple investment portfolio that will provide a life-time stream of income. Reduce your taxes, prevent lawsuits and eliminate financial risk from your life. Become a world-class philanthropist and learn how to effectively give money to charity. In 2004, Matthew Paulson was a broke and in debt college student that earned $7.00 an hour working at McDonalds. By using the wealth building strategies outlined in The Ten-Year Turnaround, Matthew was able to build a series of online businesses and amass a personal net worth of more than $10 million by the time he was thirty years old. Whether you're in debt or doing well, you can use the same strategies Matthew used to build wealth and achieve financial freedom faster than you ever thought possible.
Written by leading experts in the field of business, finance, law and economics, this edited volume brings together the latest thoughts and developments on turnaround management and business rescue from an academic, judiciary and turnaround/insolvency practitioner perspective. Turnaround Management and Bankruptcy presents different viewpoints on turnarounds and business rescue in Europe. Presenting a state-of-the-art review of failure research in finance, such as on bankruptcy prediction, causes of decline, or distressed asset valuation. It also presents the latest insights from turnaround management research as well as giving a contemporary insight into law debates on insolvency legislation reform, cross-border judicial issues, bankruptcy decision-making by judges and competition policy in distressed economies. Finally, the book provides a regional and sector perspective on how the current crisis affects Europe, its government policies and industry performance. In this way, the volume presents a modern, interdisciplinary and scholarly overview of the latest insights, issues and debates in turnaround management and business rescue, developing a European perspective in an attempt to redress the predominance of an American orientation in the academic literature. It aims at a wider audience interested in turnarounds and failure, such as faculty and students in the fields of law, business, economics, accountancy, finance, strategic management, and marketing, but also at judges, insolvency practitioners, lawyers, accountants and turnaround professionals, as well as the EU and government officials, staff of trade unions and employer’s associations.
Thirty years ago, China seemed hopelessly mired in poverty, Mexico triggered the Third World Debt Crisis, and Brazil suffered under hyperinflation. Since then, these and other developing countries have turned themselves around, while First World nations, battered by crises, depend more than ever on sustained growth in emerging markets. In Turnaround, economist Peter Blair Henry argues that the secret to emerging countries’ success (and ours) is discipline—sustained commitment to a pragmatic growth strategy. With the global economy teetering on the brink, the stakes are higher than ever. And because stakes are so high for all nations, we need less polarization and more focus on facts to answer the fundamental question: which policy reforms, implemented under what circumstances, actually increase economic efficiency? Pushing past the tired debates, Henry shows that the stock market’s forecasts of policy impact provide an important complement to traditional measures. Through examples ranging from the drastic income disparity between Barbados and his native Jamaica to the “catch up” economics of China and the taming of inflation in Latin America, Henry shows that in much of the emerging world the policy pendulum now swings toward prudence and self-control. With similar discipline and a dash of humility, he concludes, the First World may yet recover and create long-term prosperity for all its citizens. Bold, rational, and forward-looking, Turnaround offers vital lessons for developed and developing nations in search of stability and growth.
Practical advice (supported by extensive case studies) for fixing troubled arts organizations
Most organizational turnaround initiatives either end prematurely or wither away quickly after few initial successes. In Organizational Turnarounds with a Human Touch, author Baldev Seekri states that the issue is not the talent or sincerity of the orchestrating leaders, but rather the ignorance about the sequential nature of the transformation process and the lack of discipline to thwart leapfrogging tendencies. Based upon real turnaround successes spanning many countries and cultures, Seekri synthesizes practical results into principles and strategies that are universally applicable. He challenges and inspires organizations and individuals to accept and turn their situations around for positive outcomes. Organizational Turnarounds with a Human Touch provides a refreshing perspective by restoring the basics, redirecting the emphasis, propagating layman psychology, encouraging sequential learning, and savoring the aesthetics. At the heart of the turnaround process is the power of three elements of a simple mindset: simplicity first, complexity last; leadershipa basic human ability; and the theory that there is always a human solution. These elements can help propel struggling organizations and individuals from the deep sea of self-pity to soaring skies of possibilities.
Wake Up and Take Control of Your Life and Business! Darren Stephens and Spike Humer, two of the world's most Brilliant Business minds, reveal the secrets to How to Transform your Business and make it Survive and Thrive in any Economic Climate. What separates companies in any economy, any market or any industry is your ability to adapt, adjust and execute. Business owners who know where they are, where they want to go, and then take effective action survive and thrive - those that don't face extinction. Read this book, your future might depend on it. This book contains hands-on, real-world, strategies designed to show you how to take control of your present and what to do to design your future for you - and your business. The decision is yours. Stay the course or take action now.
|Author||: James Douglas Leonard|
|Release Date||: 1978|
|Pages||: 108 pages|
|Author||: Károly Balaton|
|Publisher||: Akademiai Kiado|
|Release Date||: 2007|
|Pages||: 179 pages|
The book analyses the evolution of strategies and organizational structures of enterprises in Hungary after the political changes in 1990. The focal issue is to analyse and understand organizational changes in a period of radical political, social and economic turnaround.