How To Discover Tomorrow's Trends Today

How To Discover Tomorrow's Trends Today

by Lazz Laszlo
     
 
Hidden in plain sight would be a good way to describe identifying the coming trends will be. Adjusting the way you perceive the world around you, and taking that second, more critical look at certain things that go on all around you will help you to spot a coming trend. A trend, big or small may be all it takes for you to ride the coat-tail of a windfall of cash. If

Overview

Hidden in plain sight would be a good way to describe identifying the coming trends will be. Adjusting the way you perceive the world around you, and taking that second, more critical look at certain things that go on all around you will help you to spot a coming trend. A trend, big or small may be all it takes for you to ride the coat-tail of a windfall of cash. If you are entrepreneurial, in business for yourself, or thinking about starting a business, it would be wise to investigate tomorrow's trends today. In an afternoon or an evening, you can tune your eyes, ears, mind, and spirit to recognize and interpret what very well may be the next big trend. Small efforts on your part can translate to big rewards if you are a person of action. Lazy gets you nowhere. However, being proactive in the trendscape can change everything, including the odds of success of your next business. Wouldn't you feel foolish if you saved for years only to invest in the wrong type of business? Don't make that mistake. Learn How To Discover Tomorrow's Trends Today!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012935748
Publisher:
LAZZ LASZLO
Publication date:
06/04/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
56 KB

Meet the Author

Lazz is truly a dynamic and high-energy personality whose education, specialized training, and real-life experiences combine to make his public appearances memorable, entertaining, and rewarding for all those in attendance. Born in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., it didn't take Lazz long to plug into The Motown Sound and pursue broadcasting while still in high school. As a young disc-jockey, voice-over talent, and morning newsman in America's auto capital, Lazz pursued journalism while attending college. After college, Lazz moved to Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. to further his media skills in advertising, video and audio production, commercial writing, song writing, producing, and performing, producing syndicated radio programming, and performing stand-up comedy at various Los Angeles clubs. Determined to specialize and to make a stronger name for himself, Lazz entered the world of finance by joining a member firm of the New York Stock Exchange and other principle exchanges as a licensed investment executive. Following extensive training in Economics, Financial Markets Strategy, Intangible Sales Techniques, Money Management, Goal Achievement, and other comprehensive areas of study related to world markets, Lazz was to spend a decade working for such firms as PaineWebber, E.F. Hutton, and Citigroup's SmithBarney. Not being confined to just an office, Lazz worked on a stock and bond market trading floor and gave hundreds of presentations and seminars on finance, investing, and sales techniques to individuals, companies, and M.B.A. students attending business schools. Primed and ready, Lazz departed the investment side of the Financial world and joined CBS in Los Angeles as a Financial reporter and business editor for the company's radio and television divisions, broadcasting thousands of "Live" reports over his ten year career and adding another five years of talk radio host experience at another CBS owned, Los Angeles radio station. Lazz is a consummate professional and his voice has been heard in commercials and as a DJ on well-known Bangkok radio stations, along with radio and television stations around the United States and Costa Rica.Quoted by the Los Angeles media as having rapid-fire wit when the occasion deems it appropriate, Lazz finds his ability to write swift, effective, and interesting copy an asset in the media and entertainment world. Need a job or a better career, read: Job Octane by Lazz Laszlo.

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