The blueprint to securing financial security for life
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
When most people think of planning for the future, they are thinking of retirement. For many people, retirement seems a long way off - something to think about when there is nothing else to do.
In the book "Life’s Bridges: Building Your Bridge To Financial Wealth" (Brown Books Publishing Group) financial advisor Lloyd Lowe Sr., founder of LD Lowe Wealth Advisory in Dallas, Texas utilizes the concept of a bridge to symbolize the pathways people take in life to build for the future. Images of bridges featured throughout the book are a metaphoric representation of the connection or relationship between a tenured financial advisor and an investor.
A member of the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC) Lowe, who has been recognized by "Forbes," "Investment News," Barron's 'Best of the Best,'" and the "Dallas Morning News" offers readers financial expertise and business knowledge to connect with people seeking financial security for the future.
He presents a fresh approach to long-term financial planning by emphasizing the fact that a well-constructed “bridge,” in addition to an astute action plan is necessary in order to successfully reach financial goals.
“Like any journey, the journey to a financial future begins with a single step,” says Lowe. “Once that first step has been taken, and a blueprint for how to build the bridge is in place, the better the odds for security in later life."
For people afraid to take that first step, "Life’s Bridges" provides them with the tools to get them started, and the blueprint to begin building their financial bridge for the future.
Concise, informative and well-written, Lowe skillfully guides readers through a series of easy to understand steps to help them determine long-term goals. Moreover, the beautiful photography throughout the book draws people in who may not typically be interested in reading about financial planning.
Lowe asks readers to ponder their future with a series of questions: Where do they want their bridge to take them? Who are they building the bridge for? When will they need it? How will they go about building it? The responses to these questions are the foundation for building an action plan that will lead to short-term results and long-term financial wealth without compromise.
Just as bridges can be built with a variety of materials, such as steel, stone or wood, Lowe's approach to planning for the financial future involves using the right materials to get the job done right. The goals form the foundation of a bridge – the decisions made define the way they are constructed.
"Life’s Bridges" gives readers the information to map out a course of action to build a personal bridge for the lifestyle they seek. “It’s never too late to get started,” says Lowe. "So what are you waiting for?"
To learn more, visit: http://www.LDLowePlan.com
*100% of all proceeds from book sales is being donated to the Vogel Alcove in Dallas, Texas whose mission is to provide the youngest children of homeless families with the foundation for success. It is their vision that every child in our community has a home, a self-sufficient family, and a pathway to success in school. To learn more, visit: http://www.VogelAlcove.org
About Brown Books Publishing Group
Founded by Milli Brown in 1994, Brown Books Publishing Group is a full-service, independent publisher of high-quality books across all genres, from non-fiction to fiction. Committed to producing award-winning books for authors who choose to retain the rights to their intellectual property, Brown Books publishes more than one hundred titles a year and has won numerous, prestigious awards including the Writers Digest Grand Prize, Mom’s Choice Award, Foreword Book of the Year, Gold Ink Award, Axiom Business Book Award and many more. Brown Books authors have appeared on programs such as Piers Morgan Live, Oprah, the Today Show, FOX News, Face the Nation, CNN, and BBC News. They have been featured in publications such as USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and the New York Times. In addition, they have been guests on NPR programming, including The Diane Rehm Show, Morning Edition, The Takeaway, and Tell Me More. To learn more, visit: http://www.brownbooks.com
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