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Oct. 18.

Meet David of the Stevens Method,

Meet David of the Stevens Method,Meet David of the Stevens Method,

OK, I want to give everyone a little bit of FYI about the man called David Stevens, also known as The Turn Around CEO, of the Stevens Method. He is known and earned these titles over a span of 45+ years. Currently, he is an adjunct professor at the University of MD., my old Alma mater in College Park, Md. He teaches this subject matter to Graduate Students daily, so he knows his stuff. I can attest to that myself.

David formed and taught the capstone course, ‘How to Manage an International Company’ in the International MBA program at UMUC, University of Maryland. The course was focused on business strategies, financial management, and control. He based this course (no textbook), on his years as a CEO and Turnaround Management Consultant both Nationally and Internationally. He taught this course in the classroom for eight years and had to stop teaching due to international travel. He was asked to rejoin UMUC in 2010 but teaching the course online rather than in the classroom again. He gladly joined because he felt he had lot’s to offer to up and becoming graduate students, entrepreneurs, small to mid-sized companies, etc., etc., etc. Basically, anyone that wanted to learn more about “how to read and understand financial statements better”. So, he was able to move from the blackboard to the keyboard. Once again, Meet David of the Stevens Method,

So last year David decided to package the entire course for the internet. It is titled “The Stevens Method”.

Take a look, from Top to Bottom, we are glad he did. Here is the Stevens Method. See what’s being said.

The Stevens Method consists of four segments:

  • Classroom 101, Learning & Reports;
  • Classroom 102, Budgeting;
  • Classroom 103, Business Plans; and
  • Classroom 104, Mergers & Acquisitions.
  • There is also an e-book, How to Read & Understand Financial Statements.

This e-book is a step-by-step approach that beginners can use to be able to decipher financial statements. This is an excellent reference book, written in a “non-accountant text”, with business strategies that assist the learning process making it easier for you to understand.

 Well, for now, I will STOP. I don’t want to give all the goodies away. It wouldn’t be fair to those that have “already signed-up for the course and E-Book”.  And the good thing is, we haven’t gone public yet. Excitement is in the air.

Blessings,

George J Gould Jr

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