Introducing Dr. Kenneth Morton, author of Defined by Attitude

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Dr. Kenneth Morton is an accomplished business leader, entrepreneur, public speaker, coach, and mentor. He is CEO of Infinity Leadership Consulting, which was founded to fulfill his passion and purpose to inspire and empower people and organizations with strategies and solutions for maximum leadership impact. He has extensive leadership experience in critical roles at several Fortune 500 companies and has consistently immersed himself in helping others through coaching and mentoring. He holds a bachelor’s in finance, a master’s in management, and a doctorate in business, with a concentration in leadership. He is an Advanced Toastmaster and has successfully completed a Certified Executive Coaching Program. Dr. Morton resides with his family in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. For more information about Dr. Kenneth Morton or for event booking, visit www.infinityleadershipconsulting.org

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Ignite GREATNESS Through Your World-class Positive Attitude! Daily we encounter people, events, and situations that affect us. While we navigate our life course, our attitude either guides our success or sets us up to fall short of living a life of high-quality existence. The manner in which we approach life through the lens of our attitude compels us to act and behave the way we do. The attitude we choose is how we define ourselves. It also provides a lens of how others define who we are. In Defined by Attitude: The Power of Positivity, Dr. Kenneth Morton takes you on an exciting personal journey to explore attitudes. He provides you with life-changing transitional power through maintaining a world-class positive attitude. Dr. Morton coaches you through introspective Attitudinal Checkups and challenges you to adapt attitude-changing affirmations in each chapter. He shares personal stories and uses real-life situations to inspire you, your organization, or your team to new levels of greatness by leveraging the power of a world-class positive attitude.

Introducing Ted Folkert, author of Greed Disease

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Theodore Folkert, BA – University of Missouri at Kansas City, is an author of previous books: “Selling Your Company” 2013 and “A Business of Your Own” 2017. He maintains offices in Kansas City, Missouri and Los Angeles, California, where he resides.

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Greed exercised by the rich and powerful and the behemoth corporations provides challenging obstacles for the working class of our society, growing income and wealth inequality and exacerbating worker exploitation. Even worse, it endangers our planet, threatening the life-sustaining habitat that enabled life and which is essential in sustaining life. Without corrective action, the ultimate result does not look promising for our future. For most members of our society, as we go about acquiring the essentials for living a comfortable life, doing business is not a level playing field. Dealing with the normal deception and dishonesty in advertising and marketing, and navigating the cleverness of the rentier element of society can be treacherous experiences for the powerless working-class. Kind of like swimming with sharks.

Introducing Richard S. Pearson, author of 5 Necessary Skills to Maintain Employment in Tumultuous Times

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Richard S. Pearson has held vice-president positions with four multibillion-dollar travel industry companies and three Internet early stage companies. His experience has given him a unique perspective on how to navigate the organizational structures of both large and small companies. He has hired and trained hundreds of employees from frontline salespeople to vice presidents, and coached many through their careers. Pearson loves to travel and has visited the European and Middle Eastern capitols, the far reaches of Asia, the Himalayan Mountains, and the Gobi Desert. He is an avid cyclist, skier, and fly-fisherman residing in Colorado.

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The Job-Seeker’s Bible – How to Find and Keep the Right Job. Whether you’re searching for a new job or trying to hang on to the one you have, 5 Necessary Skills will give you the advantages you need. You’ll learn: how to be proactive; how to be cognizant of and recognize what’s going on in your company; the importance of networking; the importance of finding a mentor; and how to deal with bad bosses. Those people who exhibit the 5 Necessary Skills are the ones who will get and hold onto the best jobs-and you could be one of them. “Does the prospective boss accept criticism or blame when the going gets tough? Be wary of people who constantly dish out criticism but can’t take a healthy dose themselves.” -Guy Kawasaki, Author, Co-Founder of Alltop.com (http://career.alltop.com)

Introducing William L. Pittenger, author of It All Matters: An Appraisal Anthology

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William L. Pittenger is a long time appraiser, economist, banker and bank regulator. His career spans more than 40 years. He holds the MAI and SRA professional designations of the Appraisal Institute. He is retired from daily practice but remains a prolific economic and real estate writer as well as speaker, lecturer, teacher and consultant. He is at home in Saint Cloud, Florida, a suburb or Orlando.

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Volumes have been written about both appraising and real estate lending. Little has been written that bridges the gap between both disciplines. Bill Pittenger has done that. He has distilled a lengthy series of original and contemporaneously written essays produced over four decades into a comprehensive anthology. In it he explores such diverse but relevant topics as using a real estate appraisal to gauge loan repayment risk and how to develop appraisal and community bank risk management policies. He explores federal appraisal regulation – both current and its evolution – as well as fair lending and compliance issues every banker and appraiser needs to understand. He writes about getting behind a value estimate to determine what a value estimate is saying and what the relationship of value indications really means. Appraising and lending on the security of real estate development projects has been a long term research interest of his for which he has received awards for his writings as well as for innovation and provocative thought. He writes about economic feasibility, marketability and highest and best use as well as the economics of development cost, the role of entrepreneurial profit, cash flow analysis and discounting. It All Matters: An Appraisal Anthology is a must read for real estate appraisers and bankers alike. Keep it close as a desk reference.

Introducing J. Sylvester Wood, author of Keeping It Safe

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J. Sylvester Wood is a Registered Financial Planner with over 30 years of experience as a financial professional. He is a well-known radio personality and public speaker.

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Finally-a comprehensive overview of the history of money and finance written in plain English! Keeping It Safe is clear, concise, and easy to follow-a guide to help you successfully navigate the murky waters of today’s financial services industry. It offers practical tools so that you can make informed decisions about your own financial future. Follow the precepts outlined in this book, and you will: Never lose another dime in the roller-coaster stock market. Earn a solid, reasonable rate of return on your retirement savings without risking what you’ve worked so hard for all these years. Learn little-understood financial strategies that will have you in the markets when they are going up and automatically take you out of the markets when they go down. Examine the history and the inner workings of mutual funds, annuities, the life insurance industry, banking, and more. Discover the safest, most ideal retirement strategies available to the American public today. Explore the history of money and finance in the United States and learn how to use this knowledge to your own advantage. These are the “secrets” your friendly neighborhood stock broker absolutely does NOT want you to know about. With Keeping It Safe, you can take advantage of this information-and beat the Wall Street robber barons at their own game!

Introducing Justice Jerry, author of 25 Dynamic Day-Trading Strategies for Life

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About Justice Jerry: Graduated, BS, Honors, in Electrical Engineering, Wall Street Trained Broker & Trader; with Specialist Certifications in Equities and derivatives. • Holds series 3, 7, 63, 65, and Insurance Cert.

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Create $1000 trades using predictable market events; Design trades that Sell for profits first, then buy back later; Master trading both sides of the market with principal protection; Build wealth with FREE cash leverage to triple your buying power!

Introducing Paul R. Piche, CLU, ChFC, author of Aloha Shirts, Umbrella Drinks & Island Breezes or P B & J and TV Reruns: Considering Your Retirement? Then Consider What Size Aloha Shirt You May Need!

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Paul R. Piche was born and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago. He attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics in 1974. In between his start at SIU and graduation, he met his best friend and spouse, Babs. Paul entered the life insurance business in 1977, received his Chartered Life Underwriter designation in 1981, and his Chartered Financial Consultant designation in 1989, and has held various home office and regional management positions during his career of nearly 40 years. In 2006, Paul returned to personal selling starting his own agency, Safe Money Assets, with his focus being on retirement and income planning using only guaranteed products. Paul and Babs currently reside in Kerrville, Texas, where Safe Money Assets continues to work with those that want to take positive action for their own financial future. Paul can be reached at 214-542-2084.

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Tips to finding the right size for your Aloha Shirt. The very essences of retirement is Freedom. Consider what retirement would be like without money …HMMMMM! Consider planning for retirement as a full contact sport. Think honestly about your personal planning; if you don’t take a critical look, who will? It’s imperative to program in guarantees. What is that biggest obstacle? Procrastination and Neglect. This is your plan and it should accomplish your goals. Is your future FREEDOM worth the struggle? We all have dreams about what our life will be like when we are able to stop working and enjoy all those plans we have made and harbored over a lifetime. Getting there will take some hard work, hard choices and responsibility for our own savings. Nothing worthwhile comes very easy.