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Ryan

This sounds like it should be a chapter from Running Money. Awesome stuff.

Invoice Factoring

As someone who is in the commercial finance industry... I cringed when I read what you put your poor banker through :-)

Alvin

I love the way you tell your stories! They sound engaging and personal at the same time.

Birdy Haddock

I am a partially disabled housewife. with a ninth grade education.I am unemployable. Who cares! I don't want to work! I get you! I sooo get you! I will be my own boss one day and make lots of money! the sucsessfully lazy way!

Nancy Oliver

I develop and broker hotels and resorts. Fun. I have a friend who built a super resort on the Travel & Leisure 2006 #1 island in the Caribbean, Saba. His resort is also in the book, 1000 places to see before you die. He said he wants to travel more. So his place is for sale. It is in the Netherlands Antilles, so I thought, you might have a friend in Amsterdam who wants to enjoy a view of 5 islands, scuba dive and lay back in a beautiful resort, which can be a corporate retreat, or a family home. $3.5 million. www.willardsofsaba.com. Call or e-mail me at: nancyoliver@oliverinternational.com.

Nairobian Perspective

Quite an interesting narrative you have here,well told!

Factoring

That's quite a story! I enjoyed reading it.

Jack's Customized Fat Loss

the world best banker could be anyone who is responsible enough to handle money and knows how to make it multiply by running a business

- Jack Leak

Edward E Glover

now that you have made it over the hump do you invest in those of us who havent, im hunting for an investor, so i can increase the size of my company 2008,09 and part of 2010 played havic on our company, and now that the economy is turning around we can no longer take care of the volume of work because of all the equipment and tooling we either lost or was forced to sell to survive the economic crisis of the past 3 years, in 2007 we were turning around 40,000.00 per week and i had 11 employees, now we are trying to handle about the same work load with 3 people and our credit score is keeping us from aquiering the fund's needed to get us back to where we were before all this economy crash business,if you are interested or have any suggestions please feel free to inlighten me my e-mail is fielded2@hotmail.com and phone number is 602 332 9976 thank's Ed glover

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