Friday, December 22, 2006

4 New Special Reports for You in 2007 - By Rajen Devadason

4 New Special Reports for You in 2007 - By Rajen Devadason

Hi! As 2006 winds down, I've begun thinking how best I might help my readers in 2007.

Based on specific feedback from consulting and corporate writing clients, and readers of my free GET BETTER ezine and students of my various free eCourses, I'm toying with the idea of writing four new Special Reports on different facets of financial planning over the next few months.

They are:

1. How to Leave the Very Best Gift to Your Kids
2. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately If You Lose Your Job
3. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare
4. How to Reduce Your Dependency on Your Monthly Salary


Whether I finally do write them or not will depend entirely upon you - the reader of this particular Cool Time and Money Blog posting.

I'm busy, and getting busier each day. That's a good thing, particularly because I love my work.

But I love my family more! So, I will be increasingly selective about the new work I take on, including the researching, writing and crafting of those four Special Reports.

I will only do so IF there is sufficient interest in them. That's where you come in.

If you aren't interested in any of the four planned reports, please leave now. If you don't know where to go, here might be a good idea.

If you are interested in one, some or all of the Reports, please leave a comment after you finish reading this entire posting. Please clearly state which single report you are most interested in purchasing and reading. The value of each report - based on likely utilisation by proactive readers - will be US$57. Because online buyers of information products should really make sure they get value for their money, I will probably eventually set the standard purchase price of each report at US$27. However, those who take the time to tell me which Special Report they want to buy and read first, second, third and fourth, and why, will have the opportunity to purchase each report for US$7 (that is not a typo - I wrote seven dollars).

The ball is now in your court. Please leave your thoughts by clicking on the COMMENTS link below.

If you happen to read this early enough and if you truly celebrate December 25th, then I wish you a fabulous Christmas! May Jesus, the true Reason for this Season, be on your mind and in your heart as you enjoy the break and spend time with the people who matter the most in your life.

Bye for now.

Warmest regards,


Rajen

Rajen Devadason is CEO of RD Book Projects and its sister company RD WealthCreation Sdn Bhd. He lives in sunny, peaceful Malaysia with his gorgeous wife Rachel. He's a Malaysian Securities Commission-licensed financial planner, a life planning consultant, a professional speaker and a serial author... which probably explains why he's so exhausted! Some of his books are available here, and, if you're interested, here are some quotations he reckons are accurate, bold or cool.

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8 Comments:

Anonymous saravana78@hotmail.com said...

Hi Rajen!

I would like to be the first to purchase and read your report so below are the order of your report which i prefer it to be...

1. How to Reduce Your Dependency
on Your Monthly Salary

2. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately If You Lose Your Job

3. How to Leave the Very Best Gift to Your Kids

4. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare

Thanks Rajen for making your report affordable. ( I might still use cheque)

Friday, December 22, 2006 3:31:00 PM  
Blogger Mei Ling said...

Hi Rajen,

Yes, I would be interested to read your special reports, and I've ranked them as follows:

1. How to Reduce Your Dependency on Your Monthly Salary
2. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately If You Lose Your Job
3. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare

Reason for ranking them as such? I'm just starting out in the working world and am already living paycheck to paycheck. As I review this year and set goals for 2007, I think those reports might come in handy in helping me decide on my short as well as my long-term goals.

Just wanted to say I appreciate those e-zines that you've been writing. Here's taking the opportunity to wish you a joyous Christmas and a blessed New Year!

Saturday, December 23, 2006 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. How to Leave the Very Best Gift to Your Kids
- First, because it can guide me on education fund, saving fund etc.

2. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately If You Lose Your Job
- Second, because it is very important to have buffer accounts.

3. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare
- Third, because it is necessary to have sufficient and enough fund

4. How to Reduce Your Dependency on Your Monthly Salary
- Fourth, because can guide us how to manage our salary monthly

Regards,
BADRULZAMAN
mynaqib@msn.com

Tuesday, December 26, 2006 10:26:00 AM  
Anonymous murali samy said...

Dear Rajen

All the 4 reports are relevant to every person who is interested in improving their financial standing and also their life. As such I would be interested in all 4 reports and the order preference is 3,1,2,4

Tuesday, December 26, 2006 11:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Lock said...

Hi Rajen,

The topics are spot on. Thank you for all your hardwork and guidance to your readers.

As for myself, I would like to receive Report 3, as retirement funding is foremost in my plan. This will be followed by Report 4. I believe additional income flow can turbocharged any personal financial goals. Report 2 will follow next, as what I have now as buffer may look differently from your professional view. Lastly, Report 1. I am not keen on the idea of leaving riches to children, unless you have hidden lessons in this topic albeit the "misleading" title.

Once again, thanks a million.

Tuesday, December 26, 2006 12:07:00 PM  
Blogger Iwan Dani said...

Dear Rajen, I would love to read the articles based on the following order of preference.

1. How to Reduce Your Dependency on Your Monthly Salary - I would like to read this first as I feel that I'm working for the banks and not myself.

2. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare - I think this my be helpful in increasing my insurance and unit trust sales.

3. How to Leave the Very Best Gift to Your Kids - do I really have to justify this choice?

4. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately If You Lose Your Job - I'm already unemployed (ha-ha), yet I'm not starving, therefore this is my least favourite.



Thanks!

Tuesday, December 26, 2006 1:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Carina Lee said...

Dear Rajen

Here's my order of preference and my "5 cents" on your 4 planned reports:-

1. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare - As a suggestion, I would welcome individual reports which teaches one to create an additional stream on income each year(especially written from a Malaysian perspective), be it, unit trusts, stocks, properties, internet etc.

2. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately if You Lose Your Job/ How to Reduce Your Dependency on Your Monthly Salary
- I think these 2 reports are very similar, would it be better to combine these into a single report?

3. How to Leave the Very Best Gift to Your Kids

I take this opportunity to wish you and your family Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year!

Carina

Thursday, December 28, 2006 10:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Stefanie Yan said...

Dear Rajen,

I've always found your advice a great help and a REAL guide, something that I can actually follow, not just read about.

So, I'd be interested in all the reports you've in mind in this order:

1. How to Reduce Your Dependency on Your Monthly Salary
2. How to Make Sure You Don't Starve Immediately If You Lose Your Job
3. How to Leave the Very Best Gift to Your Kids
4. How to Overcome the Impending Global Retirement Funding Nightmare

Having said that, I'm not in a position to fork out USD27 for them at the moment (hence the importance I've placed on reports 1 & 2 ha ha). But maybe it would be a help to someone else.

Thank you for all the hard work. God bless you and your family in this new year.

-Stefanie-
s_e_m_y2000@yahoo.com

Tuesday, January 09, 2007 1:26:00 AM  

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