Monday, May 22, 2017

Advice Coachiing

As a young CPA, I have trained advice coaches online all over the world.
Here is your chance to work personally with me and begun making money in days.
You must be willing to pay a one time partner fee.
I am willing to teach you my system but I don't do it for free.
And when you begin to make money teaching it to others  you will insist on getting paid as well.
And I will teach you how to get paid for a lifetime.
You can begin working with me today.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Founding Partner

I am the founding partner of Advice Partners. What do we do? We give an online advice and build a worldwide membership for those who want to share our lifestyle. We are now waiting to hear from you so we can send instructions to join us.

Monday, April 24, 2017

What is your Advice Worth?

I started as a teacher, became a CPA and over decades have given advice to those who seek out my opinion every day.
Would you like to join me as a partner and learn this amazing skill and take it as far as you can?
Text me or email me but do it soon.
Partnerships are limited and require a unique talent.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Selling my Online Course

$100 per sale working directly with CPA who teaches others how to develop and sell their own online course.


Use your social contacts to start an unlimited income stream.

Monday, March 27, 2017

The Mentoring Project 2017

You are receiving this because you have supported my work in some fashion in the past.

Even though this is the one time all year I will direct message you with this type post, I urge you to drop me as a friend immediately if I have contacted you in error.

You may know that I have mentored over one million students with The Mentoring Project.

I am offering you an opportunity to become a Q/A student of mine for the investment of $99 and I will share with you how you can personally build your own mentoring practice in the next 30 days.

I have taken the time to read your online posts and there is a mentoring audience out there for you. I will show you how you can turn it into a business.

This is a one day offer. In fact I will have so many replies that I must close this offer by midnight tonight Pacific Time. My Paypal is stevetarde@gmail.com

All payments to my account made BEFORE midnight tonight San Diego time will be honored.

Then through Private Message you will receive your first personal question on how to launch your mentoring business and you won't stop sending questions and I won't stop responding until you are making money.

How is that for a guarantee and return on investment?

Those who have been in my classroom, are familiar with my book Gift To My Dad (Amazon) or have followed with interest my other projects such as The Visualization Project, The Vocabulary Project or the DUI Project, know full well that get rich quick schemes are not me.

I am dedicated to helping others bring their talents to a larger base and in doing so making this world a better place.

If you pass on this one-one online offer and would simply like to send a donation as you might have in years past to support my work, now is the time.

You can use the same Paypal address stevetarde@gmail.com

Once again I remind you that this is the only time in 2017 you will receive my request.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

I believe you have the talent and knowledge that should be shared.

It is something I have done and made money with for 50 years.

Let me share it personally with you.

Friday, March 24, 2017

What's Going on Here?

It has come to my attention that you are trying to enforce fines and penalties die to a faulted return policy that must be rescinded.

It is my intention to republish this advisory in the San Diego Union should this policy not be immediately amended.

Currently, you are charging card holders with damage penalties if they return their books in the outside book drop located on Allison Street in front of the La Mesa branch.

This is insane.

I have seen men urinate into these depositories as well as dump garbage and water bottles.

You have no control over this happening.

I want you to address this matter immediately.

Let violators know that their fines and penalties have been forgiven.

I suggest you build a drop box into your library and as the San Diego city Library has done, install machines in the library which immediately track returned materials.

As recently as November, you had to warn people that they should not dump their presidential election ballots into the book deposit.

Yet you continue to maintain that books returned sticky and/or damaged are the responsibility of the owner.

Ludicrous.

I look forward to see how you handle this matter or I will share my complaint with those who will be disturbed at your lack of professional conduct.

Steve Tarde CPA

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Florence

Florence Irene Liebman 1921-2017


Florence Liebman died peacefully March 8 in her 96th year.

Loving wife to Norman for near a half century.

Born in Manhattan, New York.

Mother to Martin, Joyce and Dale.

Four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren spread over the globe.

In a life which neared a century , she will be missed.

A master of Yiddish and a culinary bon vivant, Florence had a joie de vivre which lit up a room.

A longtime resident of Scottsdale, Arizona, Florence spent the final chapter of her life in San Diego to be closest to her youngest daughter Dale.

Her granddaughter Lindsey loved her grandma's keen observations of life and described her as effulgent (look it up).

This tells you as much about Florence as it does about Lindsey.

There is a time to be born and a time to die.

Her grandson Scott tells a story which has been repeated for years.

As a toddle in a stroller, his grandma pointed out something flying in the sky.

"Look! Scott! A plane! A plane, baby."

Scott looked up to the sky and back to his beaming grandma.

"No, grandma. A helicopter."

Which tells you as much about the brilliance of Scott as it hints as to the close relationship Scott would have with his grandma over the next near 40 years.

Her children said she often dressed like a movie star from the golden days of Hollywood and she lived for her children.

Her long time son-in-law often referred to her as "one of a kind," easily the most unique woman he had ever encountered.

Her daughter recalled how she liked telling jokes right up to her final days.

Her grandson had a great word for the dynamic of life. He called it precious.

No one quite lived life like Florence. She truly lived each precious day.

Whether she was ballroom dancing in a party dress in a glittering hall or noshing on chocolate mints, surrounded by her adoring family, she lived life to the max,

Her family recalls one of those last family visits while she told jokes, sang songs and ate mints. Watching her savor those candies was truly a sight, Yes, she loved life, but she lived it with a passion.

When people asked her what was the secret to her longevity, she never hesitated.

"Where am I going to go? I have been given a life and I am going to enjoy it to my final day."

And she did.

Some people were put on this planet to be forever remembered. Florence was one of those people. And we will miss her.