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Dan S. Kennedy

- About the Book

How to Make Millions with Your Ideas
by Dan S. Kennedy

You've come up with a brilliant idea for a brand-new product or service you know could make you rich. Or maybe you currently own a business that pays the bills, and your dream is to become fabulously successful and retire a millionaire. But how? "How to Make Millions with Your Ideas" has all the answers.

This book is packed with the true stories and proven advice of ordinary people who began with just an idea, a simple product, or fledgling business and wound up with millions. It examines the methods and principles of dozens of successful entrepreneurs, including author Dan Kennedy's surefire, easy-to-follow Millionaire Maker Strategies. It helps you determine which of three paths to success are best for you and guides you step-by-step down that path on your way to fortune. Discover:

  • The 8 best ways to make a fortune from scratch
  • How to turn a hobby into a million-dollar enterprise
  • How to sell an existing business for millions
  • The power of electronic media to help make you rich
  • The "Million Dollar Rolodex" of contacts and information
    you can use to get on the road to wealth

Dan S. Kennedy is President of Empire Communications Corporation, a mail-order marketing firm, and of LifeTech Broadcasting Corporation, a leading producer of infomercials and video brochures. Kennedy also conducts Millionaire-Maker System Seminars for thousands of people every year.


"If you want to make waves, go to Harvard and get your Ph.D. If you want to make money, get your PhE -- rush to your
nearest bookstore and get Dan Kennedy's new book -- it's like a four-year course in Entrepreneurship!"
-- Al Ries, Chairman, Trout & Ries author of "Marketing Warfare" and "The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing"

"Dan Kennedy's smart marketing advice has been of great value to our business. I wish I'd read this book back when we stared Joan Rivers Products. It certainly would have make our journey that much easier."
-- Joan Rivers

"Dan Kennedy can make dreams come true. You'll get a million dollars worth of value from this book. A 'must read' for entrepreneurs and CEOs."
-- Joseph R. Mancuso founder of Center for Entrepreneurial Management/ The Chief Executive Officers Club

"At our conferences we deal with thousands of inventors, authors, manufacturers and creative people bringing new products to the marketplace. Every one of them would profit tremendously by reading Dan Kennedy's book. He describesevery option for turning sound ideas into fortunes."
- Helene Blake National Infomercial Marketing Association

"It took us several years of creative persistence to finally bring our product to the marketplace. The challenges and obstacles that confronted us made reading your book that much more meaningful. We wish it would have been published several years ago. It certainly would have made our task much easier!"
- Dr. Harvey N. Silverman and Dr. Robert O. Wolf developers of Perfect Smile Tooth Whitening System

"As I went through these pages I saw many things I'm already doing. But I was amazed to discover how many things I'm not doing -- but will do now! And the Million Dollar Rolodex at the back of the book is worth ten times the price of the book. You could spend $1,000 and attend the seminar, or buy the book and have the seminar at your fingertips forever. I like *that* idea!"
-- Murray Raphel, Raphel Marketing author of "Customerization"

Copyright 1996 by Dan S. Kennedy. Please feel free to reproduce or distribute this file so long as proper credit is given. Thank You!

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Kaza Kingsley


About the Author

When Kaza Kingsley was born in Cleveland, Ohio, they say the resident doctor that delivered her had been up all night studying. She yawned just at the wrong moment, and baby Kaza slipped right through her fingers! But the resident's open textbook lay on the floor, shielding Kaza from a hard fall. Baby Kaza supposedly wailed for a moment but then stopped, lovingly gazing at the pages and words draped around her.

We think this was the beginning of the end.

Kaza loved to write since she was old enough to pick up a pen. After playing tag and other normal kid games, she used to drag friends into her back yard to write books at her picnic table for as long as they could stand it. Her first book was about a terrifying octopus that shot ink at people and made them do math. Since then she has written pretty much anything she can, including poetry, short stories and nonfiction.

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Michael L. Koempel & Judy Schneider

- About the Book

Congressional Deskbook
2003-2004 Edition
108th Congress

by Michael L. Koempel and Judy Schneider
Published by TheCapitol.Net

The Congressional Deskbook is the most comprehensive, one- volume guide ever produced about the U.S. Congress, providing government professionals, journalists and citizens both a complete resource for understanding the inner-workings of our legislative branch and an up-to-date almanac of the current Congress.

The Congressional Deskbook is full of information that no one else has ever compiled in one volume. This book is a must-buy for political reporters, congressional offices, federal employees, government professionals and any citizen who wants to know how their government works.

The Congressional Deskbook covers all the bases, including legislative and budget processes; special procedures and procedural strategies; the forms and impact of political competition on Capitol Hill; overviews of the election, lobbying, and ethics laws and rules that regulate congressional behavior; congressional relations with the president, executive branch, federal courts, and states; the work of membership, leadership and administrative offices; the variety of congressional documents; and how to conduct research on Congress. New in the 2003-2004 edition: Budget Process Flowchart, a significantly revised Budget chapter, and a revised Legislative Research chapter!

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1: Being a Member of Congress
2: Pressures on Congress: Campaigns and Elections
3: Pressures on Congress: Constituents, Media, President, and Courts
4: Pressures on Congress: Lobbying and Congressional Ethics
5: Supporting Congress: Allowances and Staff
6: Supporting Congress: The Capitol Complex
7: Organizing Congress: Members, Leaders, and Committees
8: Legislating in Congress: Legislative Process
9: Legislating in Congress: Federal Budget Process
10: Legislating in Congress: Special Procedures and Considerations
11: Congressional Documents: Overview, Legislation, and Laws
12: Congressional Documents: Committee, Chamber, Party, and Administrative Publications
13: Legislative Research: Private and Government Information Providers
14: Legislative Research: How to Monitor and Research Congress
15: Putting It All Together: A Working Example
Glossary
Appendices (Congressional Room and Telephone Directories)
Table of Web Sites
Index

"Chock full of information that no one else has ever pulled together. It will prove valuable to anyone who has an interest in the legislative branch."

"No personal, professional, academic, or community library political science collection can be considered complete without the inclusion of the Congressional Deskbook."
-- Wisconsin Bookwatch

Copyright ©2003 by TheCapitol.Net, Inc. All rights reserved. Please feel free to duplicate and distribute this file as long as the contents are not changed and this copyright notice is intact. Thank you.

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