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  • CampbellSm02 By  CampbellSm02    
    05.23.12

    I love reading, and when I found the opportunity to read, review, and giveaway a book about entrepreneurs, I jumped at the chance. Through Business 2 Blogger I was sent an autographed copy of "Go Broke, Die Rich" by William Manchee. William Manchee has helped business owners for over thirty-five years, and shares their stories (with names changed) in this book. He explains why they failed, and how you can avoid those circumstances yourself, or how to get out of it without losing your shirt. I thought this book was great and would suggest it to any aspiring entrepreneur, or anyone who has already established a business-new or old, big or small. Hindsight may be 20/20, but wouldn't it be nice to have a little foresight into possibilities when operating a business. This book does not guarantee success, in fact Manchee mentions quite a few times that you can learn and rebuild after failure. The facts in this book are startling, informative, and delivered in such a way that I, without any legal training, have a more clear understanding of bankruptcy laws, methods, and loopholes. William Manchee was born in Southern California, then later in life relocated to North Dallas, where he opened his own law practice, where his son Jim now also works. In 1995, Manchee wrote his first book as a release from the stress of his law office. Since then he has written a total of 15 books and has aspirations to write one book a year. He is known best for his Stan Turner mysteries and the Tarizon Trilogy. You can read more about William Manchee and his works, you can visit his website at : http://williammanchee.com/home.html

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