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Put More Cash in Your Pocket: Turn What You Know into Dough

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Sinking. Slowly. That′s what it feels like.

No matter how tight you cinch that belt it never seems like enough. Squeeze another few dollars out of the budget and they′re eaten up by rising prices at the pump or at the checkout. It doesn′t make sense, everyone′s hurting and yet prices keep going up.

There is a way out; a way to stop sinking; a way to not just tread water, but
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by Harper Business (first published October 1st 2009)
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Jan 03, 2010 rated it really liked it
This was another good book for someone thinking of starting a small part-time business. The author urges readers to think of starting a business with the same enthusiasm one would have in setting up a lemonade stand as a kid. She tries to get readers thinking about just doing it and not getting all hung up with fears and obstacles. She has a good section on figuring out what kind of business you might start, based on your skills & abilities. Then she recommends looking for a business idea that c ...more
Fabrizio Poli
Oct 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book is a breath of fresh air. Most financial books talk about budgets and cutting down on things. While this is important and we must be aware of any money we may be wasting Loral's approach is very positive. The book focuses on getting people to look at what they are good at and turning it into a business. The book is packed with money-making ideas.
A great book for teenagers, starting out in life and for older folks looking to make a few extra bucks per month or maybe starting to plant t
Sue Bridehead (A Pseudonym)
I could be a fibber and say that I read this book as a ghostwriter seeking to increase the breadth of her knowledge on how to write how-to business books. However, that would be a lie and a secondary effect. The real reason I checked this book out of the library was so I could learn how to, as she says, put more cash in my pocket.

What I liked about this book: Langemeier gives readers who need more money a nice little kick in the pants. Instead of tightening your belt and forgoing life's pleasur
Apr 16, 2012 rated it liked it
What I liked most about this book was its heartfelt mission of encouraging people to take charge of their destiny through entrepreneurship. (As a self-employed freelance writer, I am already a convert to this philosophy.) Langemeier is out to change people’s mindset about the amount of power they have over their financial situation. She preaches that almost everyone has a skill or service they can offer that someone will pay for. But first they have to recognize they are not, as many have been c ...more
Brenda Humphreys
Jan 08, 2016 rated it really liked it
If you are interested in making money fast, this is a great book to read. Loral urges you to get rid of "I can't afford it" mentality. All you need to do is make enough money to cover the expenses of what you want. Loral teaches you how to create you own business to bring in the cash that you need. All you need to do is sell. It could be a product, a service, or your knowledge. This book goes step by step on how to create cash fast. It works! ...more
May 04, 2010 rated it liked it
Skimmed -- some good tips/ideas.
Christina Hanchett
I wish that she would have been a bit more descriptive. The scenarios are great and informative only if you fall into that category. I wish that there was some sort of outline for other skills.
Sam Usher
Mar 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Great book. I have also done her 3 Days to Cash workshop & she keeps things just as practical in her books, as she does in her workshops.
Oct 25, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Fast. And keep it simple. An excellent system if you have some extra time and a willingness to go outside your comfort zone.
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