Congratulations Leonard Renier you're the featured Infinity author of the week!
Leonard Renier has 30 years of experience as a business owner. He founded Wealth & Wisdom Planning and Wealth & Wisdom Seminars. He is an accomplished speaker, both entertaining and knowledgeable. A member of the Advisory Committee for the Department of Finance at Wayne State University School of Business, he also lectures for the Department of Finance.
He served as president of various civic organizations and foundations. He authors weekly newspaper articles and his Lessons of Efficiency are being printed for publication. He has served on Finance committees for major corporations, and is the President of Renier & Associates. He is an award winning member of GAMA, General Agents and Management Association, and has trained financial professionals across the country.
Here is a look at some of Leonard's media coverage:
"I found it difficult to believe that he could have sold almost 3,000 copies of his book in just over a year without doing anything special to promote it.
When I had an opportunity to talk with Leonard, he was amazed to learn that he had sold that many books and that I was actually calling to ask him what he was doing and to learn how Infinity could help him. Yes, we really do explore how we can get behind an author with a book that’s proving to be an ongoing seller. We earn our profit selling books. Therefore, we have a vested interest in our titles when they grow to be steady sellers.
The odds are a mainstream publisher wouldn’t be interested in initially publishing Len’s book because he takes some major jabs at several sacred-cows of consumer financing. Also, the financial climate is prone to make rapid changes that would most likely result in the traditionally published book being out-of-date before its release date." - Read more.
Check out some of the incredible book reviews he's recieved:
I am not the type of person that likes to leave reviews, although I usually use them to help me decide on a book, but I had to leave one about Mr. Renier's book. If you are looking to educate yourself about creating wealth for yourself, then this is the book for you. Leonard does a pretty compelling job of taking what "WE" have come to believe is truth or fact and totally...Read the full review ›
Even though a good deal of the information found here is repeated from his previous book, "Sudden Impact", this easy to read book is still highly recommended. There is an enormous amount of misinformation out there. Reneir will help us weed through the confusion: between myth and reality, and opinion and fact; he will change the way you think about money, and help you know how to use your money to avoid unnecessary transfers of your wealth. - Scott Walker
Thank you Mr. Renier for sharing with us. "Be your own bank", although simple this is a profound statement that most do not realize. With the cost of living rising and salaries not staying in sync, most are finding themselves further in debt. With a common sense approach, Mr. Reiner has given us a starting point for building wealth. -tekhen
Excellent read! If you are interested in learning about how your money really works this is for you. The Author does a tremendous job at breaking down cash flow, transfers of wealth and protecting your wealth in a simple matter. The "Buy Term and invest the difference" strategy that is being taught in society has not worked for the consumer in 40 yrs and this book explains it all. - S. White
If something you thought to be true, wasn’t true, when would you want to know about it? In your financial world, that defining moment occurs by understanding the Efficiency of Money. Learning to avoid the unintended consequences of transferring your wealth to others unknowingly and unnecessarily, should be everyone’s goal.
This book will show you how to recognize and overcome these transfers. It will identify those who create the transfers and how they do it. They are destroying our personal wealth by creating situations, controlling the outcomes, and profiting from it. Truth and knowledge will reduce or eliminate these transfers.
Book Size: 176 pages
Category/Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
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