It's Time to start Budgeting Like a Bossy Boss!!!! This book contains actionable information on how to budget and manage your finances like a pro. Many people are neck deep in debt and have very bad credit reports today because of lack of proper financial planning. You see; the difference between the rich and the poor is that the rich have been able to quickly learn and understand that money management is a skill that must be carefully mastered. No matter how rich you are or how much money you make, you cannot stay wealthy for a long time if you don't know how to manage your money. Earning a lot of money is not what makes you rich; knowing how to manage and utilize your money well is what would make you a wealthy person. As such, the art of budgeting is one of the most important things that you must master if you want to achieve financial freedom. Here is What You will Learn! - Truth About Debt - How To Save Money of Groceries - How to Save Up on Clothing - How To Save up for Family Activities - How to do Cheap Travelling and Holiday Spending - Saving Money on The Internet and Mobile Devices and much more... Thank you for your time! Petyr J. Chek
This book represents a radical departure from the established theory in taking an organisational view of resource allocation in marketing, which stresses the importance of structure and process rather than just budgeting technique. The book describes and analyses marketing organisation and processes in terms of organisational power and politics and models market budgets as political outcomes.
Although citizen engagement is a core public service value, few public administrators receive training on how to share leadership with people outside the government.Participatory Budgeting in the United States serves as a primer for those looking to understand a classic example of participatory governance, engaging local citizens in examining budgetary constraints and priorities before making recommendations to local government. Utilizing case studies and an original set of interviews with community members, elected officials, and city employees, this book provides a rare window onto the participatory budgeting process through the words and experiences of the very individuals involved. The central themes that emerge from these fascinating and detailed cases focus on three core areas: creating the participatory budgeting infrastructure; increasing citizen participation in participatory budgeting; and assessing and increasing the impact of participatory budgeting. This book provides students, local government elected officials, practitioners, and citizens with a comprehensive understanding of participatory budgeting and straightforward guidelines to enhance the process of civic engagement and democratic values in local communities.
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