One Million in the Bank: How To Make $1,000,000 With Your Own Business Even If You Have No Money or Experience

One Million in the Bank: How To Make $1,000,000 With Your Own Business Even If You Have No Money or Experience

By   Publisher  Golden Mean Press

ISBN  0996118608

ANSI  0996118608

Published in   Business Management, Business Money, Self-Help,


You don’t need to have or be anything special to be a successful small business owner. In this book, I provide you the simple roadmap you need to start a business that puts $1,000,000 in your personal bank account–regardless of your location, education, race, gender, or age.
You’ll read stories of everyday people from all backgrounds that I’ve personally interviewed and vetted, from people with graduate degrees to high school dropouts, and from yard guys to corporate professionals. Really, the only thing they all have in common is that they’ve put $1,000,000 in the bank (or will shortly).
This is not a get-rich-quick book. These everyday businesses take time and effort to build. As you’ll see, it takes at least three years, and sometimes as long as a decade. But it’s worth it.
Part I is about how to pick a tried and true business model that you know works, and then how to find the help you need to get started.
Part II is about money: how to find it, how to spend it, and how to save it.
Part III is about the basic sales and marketing skills critical to starting your business.
Lastly, Part IV is about the personal skills critical to maintaining your business. You don’t have to stop at $1,000,000.
You don’t have to stop at one business. But this book is where you start.

What is the Tag Line for your book? (A short description of your book in a sentence or two)

Award Winning and Best Selling Book-Everyday people, with everyday businesses are becoming millionaires with their own businesses in 3-7 years. You do not need a new idea, you do not need any money and there are tons of free help and mentors.

Do you write full time or part time

Part time.

How do you structure your day when you write

I try to write at least 1,000 words everyday. Often it is at night.

Why do you write? (Example; For fun, to make extra money, a personal experience you want to share with the public)

I am trying to help people what what I have learned.

What are you working on right now / or your most recent work

Three Other Books:Selling Your Way To $1,000,000Christian Millionaire: How To Do It And Feel Good About It.Getting Coached To $1,000,000

What inspired you to create this book

I struggled badly for 7 years after I was recruited out of the Army. After being bankrupt, I started my own business and 7 years later I was a millionaire. I wanted to tell others how to it.

What genre do you write in and why did you choose it

Motivational and Business

How much research did you do on your book? (If it applies)

A tremendous amount, including personal interviews.

What was the hardest thing about writing this book for you

It took a lot of time.

About the Author

Michael L. F. Slavin

I enjoyed early success, becoming accepted into West Point and joining the Army for a 10 year career. However, the next seven years as a civilian were quite difficult and even included a bankruptcy. Fortunately, I was able to start my own company with virtually no money of my own. With a few sacrifices and a lot of hard work, I became a millionaire just a few years later. Fast forward to today, with so many people out of work and millions of others struggling financially, I thought maybe I could help. Using my past experiences to help others succeed financially became my inspiration to write One Million in the Bank-How to Make $1,000,000 With Your Own Business Even If You Have No Money Or Experience. -Husband -Father -U.S. Army Veteran -From Bankrupt to Self Made Millionaire -Trying to show others how to do it