Local Memphis Entrepreneur Publishes Book to Teach Students how to Become Wealthy by Age Forty

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A new success book by local entrepreneur Bill Gassaway, entitled “Roadmap to Become a Millionaire” has just been published by Wake Up Call Publishing of Memphis, Tennessee.

A new success book by local entrepreneur Bill Gassaway, entitled “Roadmap to Become A Millionaire” has just been published by Wake Up Call Publishing of Memphis, Tennessee. According to author Bill Gassaway, this 303 page guide gives graduates the inside scoop on achieving financial success and satisfaction through career choice that grab their interest.

“Ninety-five percent of College Have Not Set Goals Before Graduation. Thousands of graduates are entering today’s job market without a plan or a purpose. Graduates need a tool, a roadmap to follow, to understand the need to set goals and implement them before graduation. Prospective employers are not going to seek the average student out. Graduates cannot do it alone. Mentors and successful entrepreneurs are needed to guide these newcomers toward the promised land of satisfaction and success.”

This guide highlights some of the Mid South’s Genius Entrepreneurs including Kemmons Wilson, Pat Halloran, Dr. Shirley Raines, Gerald Toledo, Michael Fortino, “Brick” Brickell, David Bradford and Bill Gassaway himself.

Bill Gassaway has had five completely different successful careers. He has an Aeronautical Engineering Degree from Mississippi State University; he was a Captain in the U.S. Air Force, Marketing Manager for Hamilton Beach, President of Tennessee Bolt & Screw Company, and Video Producer of the Industrial Fastener Video Library. He was inducted into the National Industrial Fastener Hall of Fame in 1988.

For a copy of “Roadmap To Become A Millionaire” by Bill Gassaway, you may purchase a copy on Amazon.com or visit the Roadmap website at http://www.geniusentrepreneur.com, your cost would be $27.95.

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