Author: Julianne Branch-LindseyPublish On: 2013-11
Hello, I was born Julianne Branch in Chicago, Illinois on October 14, 1952.
Author: Julianne Branch-Lindsey
Publisher: Xulon Press
Hello, I was born Julianne Branch in Chicago, Illinois on October 14, 1952. I graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, and I immediately started teaching full time as a Social Studies teacher. I married my husband Reginald Lindsey and I have two sons, Paul and Reginald II. I also have 1 beautiful granddaughter, Kyla Skye Lindsey. I later earned my Masters of Education Degree from National Louis University in Illinois. I continued to teach until June 6, 2012. I am now a retired teacher of 38 years. I have always aspired to write a book about my passion of financial planning to help others to organize their finances. As second job I became employed and trained as a Financial Planner and a state certified Insurance Agent. I worked for a major Financial Service Company. Now that I am retired I can devote my time to my own Financial Service Company.
The story of my eventful life in detail, from my early years during the Second World War and through my teenage years.
Author: Freddie T. Rowbotham
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The story of my eventful life in detail, from my early years during the Second World War and through my teenage years. From my humble beginnings, to the rise of a wealthy businessman and the fall from grace and back to my poor existence today.
In this inspiring and informative nonfiction title, readers will learn the ways that people start from almost nothing to become millionaires and billionaires.
Author: Christine Dugan
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
In this inspiring and informative nonfiction title, readers will learn the ways that people start from almost nothing to become millionaires and billionaires. Through examples of hard work and smart financial decisions, readers gain an understanding of how to invest money responsibly in stocks, commodities, bonds, and mutual funds while also learning the various ways that people have been successful in entrepreneurships. Informational text, fascinating facts, and a glossary of useful terms work in conjunction with vibrant images and inspirational examples to engage readers from cover to cover. This 6-Pack includes six copies of this title and a lesson plan.
From rags to riches? Eliza Wild has come a long way from her hungry childhood days in a rented miner's cottage on Pit Lane on the outskirts of Leeds. Her sewing skills have enabled her to go into business with a wealthy patron and to give her young niece, Victoria, a better life than she and her sister, Mary-Anne, ever dreamed of. There's also Eliza's sweetheart, Tom, who is determined to marry her but having worked so hard to get to where she is, will Eliza take a chance on love when it means she might lose everything she has ever worked for?
"Oh My God, Are You Bryan Cranston?" tells the story of the time Guzman mistakenly attended a screening with the cast of Argo, and how she attacked the hors d'oeuvres to cope with the shame of being underdressed in front of her heroes.
Author: Ellie Guzman
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Rags to Rags is an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek collection of short stories about being the poorest kid in the room. It hails from the mind of Ellie Guzman, whose unconventional approach to writing humorous essays about uncomfortable topics on her blog has led to publication worldwide and an international following. Throughout her life, Guzman has somehow always ended up in wealthy spaces, from stumbling into the child acting industry, to scraping by on financial aid at a prestigious private university, to breaking into an animation studio and gradually working her way up the writing ladder. But in her personal life, she was always broke, growing up cramped in a one-bedroom apartment with a family of four and joining scientific studies to make a quick buck. Her short stories embrace the bizarreness of those situations as well as the realities of what being "poor" means, all through a hilarious and quirky lens. "Oh My God, Are You Bryan Cranston?" tells the story of the time Guzman mistakenly attended a screening with the cast of Argo, and how she attacked the hors d'oeuvres to cope with the shame of being underdressed in front of her heroes. "You Better Work" describes the unusual lengths she went through to survive college, like getting her blood drawn for cash or pretending to be a freshman for a free sandwich. "The New Normal" describes how exactly she made the leap from a career in medicine to one in television, and "Whitewashed" explores an identity crisis as a first-generation Latina coming to terms with who she is. It's a variety of topics infused with Guzman's unique voice, funny but sincere, conversational yet biting. It doesn't take itself too seriously; after all, it's not a story of rags to riches. It's a story of rags to rags.