Personal Finance Author Announces Personal Profitability Series on Wealth Building and Gainful Employment

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In a challenging economic climate with high unemployment, rising foreclosures and much uncertainty, personal finance author Peter Suchy shows how anyone can survive and thrive in any economy by following the advice from the first two books in his Personal Profitability series. The first book, How to Build Wealth, explains wealth building in the context of "spend less than you earn and invest the difference in assets." The second book, Gainful Employment, explains how an employee can provide value to an employer and receive the greatest possible reward for their efforts.

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When the economy is good, the stock market is up, jobs are plentiful and net worth is rising, it is easy to become complacent. Times of economic uncertainty cause people and companies to take a good look at their financial health. Financial health, according to author Peter Suchy, often can be reduced to cash flow and productive assets. What enables a person to acquire and maintain cash flow and productive assets is the subject of Peter Suchy's Personal Profitability series. The series starts out by explaining wealth building and gainful employment with an emphasis on the nuts and bolts of true, lasting success.

The first book in the Personal Profitability series, How to Build Wealth, explains wealth building in the context of "spend less than you earn and invest the difference in assets." The premise is that when a person spends less than they earn, there will be a margin of cash that is free and uncommitted. This cash can be used to save, invest or pay off debt, according to the author. The author further explains that by spending less and investing the difference, it will be easier to continue to do so because income will rise and enable additional consumption. The purpose of the book is not to teach scarcity and sacrifice, but to show how any person can build wealth by becoming more aware of the actions and decisions that enable it. How to Build Wealth teaches how to start from nothing and make decisions that bring success in the real world.

To learn more about wealth building and personal finance, download the first chapter of How to Build Wealth for free. Click Here to Download the First Chapter of How to Build Wealth.

To purchase a copy of How to Build Wealth, click here.

The second installment in the Personal Profitability series is entitled Gainful Employment. One of the most common methods of obtaining an income is by selling personal services to an employer--also known as working for it. So, because of this, no series on Personal Profitability would be complete without an in-depth look at what makes an employee able to qualify for, find, and retain gainful employment. According to the author, Gainful Employment involves having the qualifications and traits that enable a person to provide the best services possible in exchange for the highest wage that the market will bear. Put another way, the book Gainful Employment explains what is proclaimed boldly on the cover: "learn to enrich yourself while working for others." The primary focus of Gainful Employment is the four components of a valuable employee and the one lone quality that causes employees to be paid what they are worth. Gainful Employment teaches how to make work a rewarding and profitable experience by detailing what it takes to be valuable and in demand.

To learn more about the employment aspect, download the first four chapters of Gainful Employment for free. Click Here to Download the First Four Chapters of Gainful Employment.

To purchase a copy of Gainful Employment, click here.

Both of the books are available for purchase on Amazon.com, from Barnes and Noble and from other fine retailers. Visit http://www.practicaladvice.info for more information and other resources.

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