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Le Book: Over?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

" That's what I used to advise clients.    It did help develop new business, reinforce their value with clients, and put that halo effect on their brandname.  [Disclosure: I receive 50% of royalties for the work I did on that book.] My   Then why are too many still hell-bent on having a book published?    As vendors they will provide complimentary consultations.  "A book is the price of entry."

The Tony Soprano Approach to Accounts Receivable

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Thanks to that early conditioning, I have a perfect record in collecting debts from clients, ranging from Fortune 500 to prestigious professional-services firms to those once-elite magazines.    Therefore, it is surprising to read in AD AGE in an article  by Marc Brownstein that too many vendors are struggling with clients who are not "paying invoices until your accounting department escalates the situation, and then challenging the invoices."