The Book on Making Money Challenges Traditional Advice for Getting Ahead

A New Guide To Wealth Retraces The Steps From Minimum-Wage To Millionaire

AUSTIN, Texas--()--Your resume is terrible, looking for “safe” jobs and saving money is keeping you poor, and you should forget about getting rich by investing - so says author Steve Oliverez. His book, aptly titled The Book on Making Money, is now available on Amazon.

Known for his work as an entrepreneur, Oliverez has been recognized by Inc. magazine for creating one of the fastest growing companies in the country. After skipping college, he worked a series of low-paying jobs before setting a remarkable goal for himself - to double his income every year. In The Book on Making Money, Oliverez reveals what he learned while successfully hitting this goal for seven years in a row, growing his annual income to more than $1 million. Walking readers through the steps he took to achieve this accomplishment, he shows how they can apply the same techniques to greatly increase their own income, whether they work for someone else or run their own business.

Oliverez spells out his disagreements with the traditional wisdom that tells young adults to go to school, get good grades and find a safe, steady job - advice that has left many Americans with tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans, credit card debt or mortgages on homes they can't afford. He also assaults the idea of saving one’s way to wealth as absurd and counterproductive, using his own experience of trying to save money while poor as an example. Instead of promoting an austere lifestyle of clipping coupons and spending as little as possible, he shows how those habits can actually prevent people from becoming wealthy.

The Book on Making Money is available on Amazon in both paperback and eBook.

Contacts

Vernon Publishing
Steve Oliverez, 703-401-0292
contact@steveoliverez.com

Contacts

Vernon Publishing
Steve Oliverez, 703-401-0292
contact@steveoliverez.com