Michael Jonah Jones is the man behind AnUnfairEdge.com. Jones is a graduate from the University of Central Florida and Saint Petersburg College with degrees in Mass Communication and Digital Media. But none of those degrees helped him get a job and he came to the conclusion that most college degrees just aren't good enough anymore. He had spent most of his working life in manual labor jobs like cooking in restaurants and working in retail. It wasn’t until 2012, after his third college graduation, that he began more meaningful work such as market consulting and webmastering for Lavan: Body, Mind & Soap.
The average household spends quite a bit on remedies to some of the most basic ailments, and even more on complicated ones each year. Things like ear aches, nail fungus, oral sores and stuff you need over-the-counter meds for. But did you know you could save all of that money by using the things you already have right in your house within your reach? You can!
I'm so tired of the same over-given advice on how to save gas, like ‘Don’t drive aggressively!’ ‘No Jack-rabbit starts!’ or even ‘Drive less!’ How about somebody tells you something you haven’t heard before? So I wrote this book to share with you some things that may have you think in a different way about saving on gasoline.
This book debunks the myths and exposes the truth about fuel economy.
The fear of failing often paralyzes many from starting a business. But is that fear justifiable? How often do new businesses fail?
Even if failure does happen, isn’t there a way to rebound? Of course! My business was a colossal failure at first. This book documents all of my failures and struggles during my initial launch and all the things I did to correct them for a successful re-launch.
Debunking the Myths and Exposing the New Rules for Riches! In this book, a contrarian and skeptical approach is taken to the conventional wisdom about money. The trouble with most financial how-to books is that they are based on the outdated wisdom of the old days, before the internet, when the only ways to get rich were trading stocks or flipping houses. Not this book.