Crypto: What I Learned The Hard Way

In this book, I share my journey into Crypto with you, including various unbelievable ways that I lost money and many other ways I have learned to make money. I answer all possible questions you may have concerning Crypto investing and provide you with extensive tips on making a fortune in Crypto. This book, written in simple to understand words, breaks down the intricacies of the Crypto World and guides you at every stage of your Crypto journey. The foundation provided by this book will guide you towards understanding the Who, What, When, Where, and Whys of Crypto and help you make the right investment decisions.

Meet CryptoJaggz

I first came across Crypto in late 2017 and spent the first few years learning all about this complicated topic. At the time, my original ideas about Crypto were limited to what I thought I knew about Bitcoin. After I took a closer look, my eyes were opened wide. What I found was a fascinating and sometimes disturbing world. The parts that excited me were enough to propel me to dig in and learn so much more about Bitcoin, Ethereum, HEX, hundreds of other Crypto coins, and the infrastructure that allows Crypto to run 24 hours a day. From my years of investing in Crypto, I have made mistakes and learned from my mistakes to become the successful investor I am today. This book is me sharing the lessons I learned.

Give and Grow Rich

Most of us want to be rich; we just aren’t sure how to get there. Do we fake it till we make it? Do we work smarter, not harder? Do we quit our day job and pursue our dream? What if the answer to becoming rich doesn’t lie in the answers to any of these questions, but instead lies in our ability to change our mindset and imitate the greats? This book will show you just that: how to become rich by changing your mindset and by imitating men who are already rich. Give and Grow Rich has been designed so that you get maximum benefit in the least amount of time. Who has time to read more than 100 pages these days? Who would want to? If you want quick solutions, no fluff, and no silly get-rich-quick techniques, then this book is for you. It’s like Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich,” but condensed, and more tangible. The same wisdom distilled in a third of the time (and pages). The wisdom doesn’t come from me alone, for I started out a poor man just like you. To write this book, I interviewed 7 guys from 7 different income brackets, ranging from $20,000 per year to $1million per year. I asked each of them the same 15 questions, and as I listened to their answers, I saw the trends between the poor, the middle, and the rich. Then, I read the biographies of 7 billionaires from 7 different sectors. Man, did I learn a lot. So I wanted to share the lessons I learned with you. Here’s what you can expect: ***You will learn how the poor, middle, and rich think about money. You will learn how they spend, save, invest, and give. ***You will learn how your beliefs about money drive your actions. ***You will learn how two billionaires rose to the top, then gave it all away, and tried to die penniless. ***If you’re a parent, you will learn how you can teach your kids about money. I benefited greatly from writing Give and Grow Rich, so I know you will benefit greatly from reading it. In fact, from the time I started writing the book, to the time I finished, my income doubled! I started thinking like a rich man, imitating rich men, and it is already benefiting me. The same is true for my friends who have implemented these lessons. One of them started out poor, the son of missionaries, and he is making nearly $200,000 per year. Another started out poor, the son of a single mom, and he is making $75,000 per year and has started two businesses. So if you want a jam-packed, practical, no fluff guide to becoming rich, read this book. Don’t be the person who keeps repeating the past, who keeps spinning out in a financial rut. Don’t think that the rich will always get richer and the poor will always get poorer. I am living proof that you can change your mind and change your income. You can imitate the greats and become great. My friends have done the same, and you can too. Be the person who becomes a success story and inspires your community. Be the person who gets out of the financial woes and wills yourself to riches. Change your mind and change your money. GIVE AND GROW RICH.

Meet Omer Redden

Omer is the bestselling author of 5 books, including “Give and Grow Rich” and “LifeDoc: How to Succeed in Life Without Losing Your Faith, Family, and Friends.” He lives out west with his wife, three children, three dogs, and growing mini-ranch. His newest book was released December 2021: On The John: A Devotional for Dads.

Financial Fives: The Top 325 Ways to Save, Earn, and Thrive to Retire Before 65

The goal of Financial Fives is to provide easy-to-follow tips in areas of personal finance that are applicable to the average reader, to absorb ideas effectively, and also refer back to for easy reading. No matter what stage of life you are in, the 325 tips in this book apply to pretty much anyone living in our society today (unless you’re heir to a fortune, in which case please gift this book to your less-fortunate friends, so they stop mooching off your trust fund). This book can help you retire early, negotiate a pay raise, save money on home renovations, save money on your wedding, buy a home, become debt-free, and more! And unique chapters on things like saving money at festivals, getting the most money out of travel and hotels, even how to make those most of launching your business idea! Some chapters include:- 5 Ways to Save Money on Car Maintenance- 5 Ways Guilt-Free Ways to Invest in Yourself- 5 Ways to Save Money on Throwing a Party- 5 Ways Questions to Ask Your Realtor- 5 Ways to Save Money on the Dating Scene.

Meet Gary Grewal

I wrote Financial Fives to inspire readers with a relatable crash course on money that is easily digestible and actionable with the unique content of the book. Providing value upfront and empowering the reader to implement change were the overarching goals of this book. My life outside of writing and work embodies my passion for the outdoors, and food. I love Saturday morning runs and farmer’s markets. I love tennis, cycling, and water sports. Coffee shops on a rainy day are blissful. Parks and trails are the greatest gifts from our communities!

Mister B: Living With a 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist

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This is the #1 Best Selling, Pinnacle Award Recipient. Mister B’s jaunty calculating rhythm offers timely subject matter for adult children caring for parents and grandparents. With middle-age couched between quirky days and minutes of kindness, MISTER B’s confessions roll tide from the earliest days of aerospace engineering in Alabama through World War II and the Cold War secrecy. So, how will life unfold when a chauffeur-cook decides to move into the home of this self-centered, 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist… will she really lend aid?

Mister B is a book that spins Americana like cotton candy. He could care less about being politically correct. That’s not Mr. B’s style. But, it seems his plan is to live forever.

For curiosity seekers of aerospace and structural science, for story lovers of the Greatest Generation and World War II, for family members caring for aging parents… Mister B is a treasure worth unearthing. Lacking education, a child of Polish immigrant parents, Joseph Byk determined to get educated and use what he learned to design flying machines. If you liked the movie, Imagine That, you’ll love this book.

How did Mister B pull himself up by his bootstraps in the 1930s and 1940s? This much is true, that the old’ man views history as his current state, telling all he can manage to repeat, while his new companions embark to redesign his dry acre into a flowering conversation piece where mushroom collecting. The unlikely companions eventually discover why they each still matter.

Joseph Byk was born in 1916, the Woonsocket, Rhode Island son of Polish immigrants. From the disadvantage of rope-tied, baggy pants poverty, Mister B becomes a man whose search for meaning defies gravity as much as his work on the 1930s new flight trainers and spacecraft do. How does he do it?

This instructive and humorous aerospace memoir, Mister B, offers biographical tender family stories, irony, and historic photographs to make a disgruntled reader furiously happy. It can be found in the grumpy old men’s section at your local bookstore…aging older men.

A terrific confessional. An unusual love story! The instructive and comedic Mister B begins as a 98-year-old rocket science distraction as a chauffeur-cook on the verge of financial ruin decides to help alleviate his loneliness. A surprising odyssey begins. After she settles in with the physicist, the old man decides to teach his new helper a few life lessons.

Born in 1916, to a Polish-speaking mother, physicist Joseph Byk began his early schooling in rope-tied-baggy-pants-poverty. He was every teachers’ dreaded student. Ending his senior year, however, he aspired to design vehicles that defy gravity. Joseph B IS the loveable, bumbling scientist portrayed in Nevil Shute’s romantic character, Mr. Honey, (Jimmy Stewart) in the movie, No Highway in the Sky.

For curiosity seekers of aerospace and structural science, how did it all start? Here is the story of a forgotten stress engineer whose philosophy, calculations, and outspoken opinions saved many lives. Being politically correct is not Mister B’s style, though Greatest Generation story lovers, World War II hounds, and family members caring for aging parents, think of Mister B as a national treasure.