Someone—just the other day—asked me about my book, “What’s it about?” My answer, I thought, was catchy, “It’s a story of hope, happiness and making your dreams come true.” Then I said, “It’s a novel that explores creative alternatives to the common, mundane, Work-Success-Retirement formula.” Ahem. I was kinda proud of myself. Work-Success-Retirement formula. Has a nice …
They’re asking me to speak. Folk are, Asking me to speak at various events. Later this week, in Halifax. Then Ottawa on May 28 and June 19. “Talk about what’s in the book,” They say. Which may have you wonder, What’s in that book, then, that people want me to talk about it? Let me answer as briefly as possible (because …
Hi, I'm Michael DiLauro, author ofThe Net Present Value of Life
First off, that money I spend my life counting? Not mine.
That's because I'm an accountant, an accountant who writes.
I love to write; I live to write (Cliché? Melodrama? Does that picture make me look fat?)
I write about money, I write about business, and careers, and true success. And I write about how cool it would be to meld passion and careers.
But hey, look at me getting philosophical and heavy. And we only just met.
If you'd like to read about people with careers that set their soul on fire, then I know you'll love my book.
In the meantime, stay awhile, poke around, and please leave a comment. I'd love to hear from you.
Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you enjoy it.
P.S. If you're thinking, "Well, he's an accountant. He probably wrote some stupid, boring accounting book."
Well, please check out what others have said here.
And I didn't pay them either. Trutfh.