Larry Richman

Biography

An ambitious project management executive with over twenty-five years experience. Certified PMP (Project Management Professional). Consultant and trainer to hundreds of employees of Fortune 500 companies. Authored 13 books, seven book translations, and articles in professional magazines and journals. Translator in three languages.

Publishing executive for a major publishing company. Experienced in all aspects, including writing, editing, graphic design, printing, marketing, and distribution.

Experienced product manager for printed, audiovisual, and Web products (including LDS.org, evergreeninternational.org, and other major Web sites). AIPMM Certified Product Manager and Certified Product Marketing Manager.

Larry Richman’s Specialties:
Project management, project office, development of project management systems, Web product management, Web content management, single source publishing, strategic electronic publishing systems, Web standards, translation, interpretation, localization.

Where to find Larry Richman online


Where to buy in print


Books

Talk About Saving Money: How to Save on Food, Utilities, Car Expenses, Mortgage, and Health Care
By Larry Richman
Price: Free! Words: 10,040. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2012 by Century Publishing. Category: Nonfiction
This book explains how to save money on the largest monthly expenses you have: food, utilities, car expenses, your home mortgage, and health care. It is connected with the website TalkAboutSavingMoney.com, which provides smart ideas to make your money go further, from entertainment to food, and gadgets to travel. Don’t pay full price for anything!
Learning Through Life’s Trials by Larry Richman
By Larry Richman
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 8,010. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2010 by Century Publishing. Category: Nonfiction
This book reviews the nature, origins, and purposes of adversity. It includes suggestions on how to patiently trust in the Lord and His eternal plan and how to use trials to learn and grow stronger. You can choose to see a trial as a roadblock (which obstructs your way) or as an expressway (which allows you to learn and grow). We become great people because of our trials, not in spite of them.

Larry Richman’s tag cloud

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