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The Account by Alex Mueck

Alex Mueck

Alex Mueck, the co-founder of The Account Company, is one of the most famous copywriters in New York.He arrived at Account Company with a secret. "My brother and I grew up poor and I had to drop out of high school," he says. "I didn't get into college, so I got a job at an ad agency to help pay for my tuition."In 2006, Alex quit his job at the agency to start his own advertising business with $500 in savings and $1,000 from the sale of his first car. Since then he has written more than 100 books on marketing and sales techniques that have been published by Random House, Penguin Group USA and Simon& Schuster. He is also a regular speaker at conferences such as Advertising Age Global Advertising

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"The Account" is a very detailed and incredibly useful book for accountants. You can add what I call a "payload" to your book. That's the most valuable part of the book. That part is what gives the book its power.In today's world, if you're a CPA you're probably already trying to "modernize" your books. You make split-entry books, you make apps, you try to make the books more interactive and have more modern
The Account is about Alex Mueck, author of the novel "The Lost Evening" and a leader in the TechGuild.I have read the book and I loved it. It's a crazy sort of book, but it's really good. It's an unusual story that doesn't seem like a typical story. It's just a story about a guy who builds his own company. The characters are interesting, and the way he tells his story is uniquely done. The
I needed to write a literature review about The Account and White Star books. I read The Account with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Alex Mueck is a wonderful writer.