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Illegal to Legal : Business Success for the (Formerly) Incarcerated
by MR R. L. Pelshaw


Overview - "The average drug dealer or criminal has the same business skills as the average Fortune 500 C.E.O., or nearly any business owner." Bishop T.D. Jakes (paraphrased) Unfortunately many people know no other means to support themselves but crime.  Read more...

 
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Overview
"The average drug dealer or criminal has the same business skills as the average Fortune 500 C.E.O., or nearly any business owner." Bishop T.D. Jakes (paraphrased) Unfortunately many people know no other means to support themselves but crime. To fight the vicious circle of crime and recidivism we need to create ways offenders, ex-offenders, those at risk to offend, and those living off crime (but not yet caught) can make money legitimately, but how? With criminals records it's difficult for many ex-offenders to get jobs with a livable wage. Showing (ex) criminals how to be successful in legal businesses is far better then returning to crime, and will change the destiny of millions of people. "Illegal to Legal" was created because if you supported yourself with crime you can be very successful in a legitimate business IF you take the lessons you've learned from your past and apply them to your future. Illegal to Legal shows how to use your past life experience, your skills, and your passions to start your own business. Practical steps and inspiring real life examples are provided, and a step by step plan to help you start a business. There also is a list of over 165 businesses you can start - many requiring no money Buy this book for the offender, ex-offender, person at risk to offend, person living in crime, or the families of any of these groups so they can learn the steps to support themselves in a meaningful way, apart from crime.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780970426123
  • ISBN-10: 0970426127
  • Publisher: Pelshaw Group
  • Publish Date: August 2014
  • Page Count: 252
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.53 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.75 pounds


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