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by E D Sledge,William F Staats

eBook How Chuck Taylor Got What He Wanted: And How You Can Too! download ISBN: 096278852X
Author: E D Sledge,William F Staats
Publisher: Credit Counseling Services of Louisiana; 3rd edition (2000)
Language: English
Pages: 258
ePub: 1382 kb
Fb2: 1896 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Synopsis This listing is for How Chuck Taylor Got What He Wanted by William F. Staats and E. D. Sledge.

Title: HOW CHUCK TAYLOR GOT WHAT HE WANTED Author: E. Sledge ISBN Format: Paperback Condition: Used - Binding: tight - Pa. Synopsis This listing is for How Chuck Taylor Got What He Wanted by William F. The book has several pages with underlining and a few bracket marks in pen; otherwise in good condition.

Chuck Taylor is an achiever. He wants certain things in life. by William F. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New.

By (author) William F Staats.

Fighting Rifle by Chuck Taylor (1996, Paperback).

I want to thank God for this vibe I'm just laid up high Thinkin' "fuck a job, I'd rather boss .

I want to thank God for this vibe I'm just laid up high Thinkin' "fuck a job, I'd rather boss up on Something I believe in" Sonic and aesthetically pleasing Niggas claiming they the best while Rakim still breathing Do your Googles nigga I'm in control of things God and I move together as two Manifesting.

Chuck Taylor is an achiever. He wants certain things in life. Instead of lying dormant in his room everyday after school or swaying in his hammock with a cold drink during the lazy-hazy days of summer, he is doing something about it. And he has made some progress. Although he has not acquired everything on his "list of wants', he has acquired enough to make him content for the moment. His friends will attest to that. Compared to Chuck, they are not even close to fulfilling their quota on their "list of wants". Do they remind you of "you"? And does Chuck remind you of someone who seems to have the Midas Touch? If so, this book will tell you how Chuck did it. You will learn: * How to do what Chuck did even while you are still in school. * How to play the "game". * How to develop a plan of action. * How to earn money. * How to protect the things that you buy with your money. * How to use credit wisely. ...and much more.
Comments: (2)
Dagdarad
Given the abject financial ignorance of typical products of secondary education, books like this would have a much wider circulation if eradicating this ignorance were a serious priority. The insights offered are relatively elementary, but the prevalence of imprudent consumer behavior in the use of credit clearly demonstrates the need for foundational books like this one. Too bad the purveyors of "crazy loans" would prefer these future credit customers to remain ripe prospects for their financially toxic products.

As a result, most young adults are likely to encounter such information only after they have gotten themselves head over heels into debt using a varierty of "easy loan" offers that they would have avoided like the plague if they had digested the message of this text as part of their high school experience. This effort to present the basics of personal financial management to secondary level students is commendable. The serious effort to diffuse this information early in the educational experience of our youth remains to be made.
Kuve
The only thing worse than the stupid, ignorant, and elemantary concepts covered in this book is the fact that Chuck Taylor didn't even have the dignity to write it himself. If he's so rich and successful, why's he using a third-party author? Not only that, the advice is completely useless and is underscored with pathetic patronizing tone.

"Those paychecks and the money that they represent can be used to buy goods and services."

If you're a complete block-head and want to waste your money on a **** book, then go ahead. It'll make a good paperweight. Its only major selling point is the picture of Miss America on the back. Stay away. My six-year-old son can teach you more about financing than this sub-standard trash.