The Day I Knew Invest Now Changed Someone’s Life

July 24th, 2008 Posted in A Dawn Books

The Day I Knew Invest Now Changed Someone’s Life

When I was writing Invest Now, I was often occupied with the idea  that the objective of this book would be to change someone’s life. I was not too worried about selling lots of copies, or making lots of money, or even becoming a famous author. I was worried about only one thing. My target was something very simple and straight forward – to change a one person’s life. To help someone with what I have learned all these years, and to enlighten someone’s life with all of the knowledge and hard work I put into my first book. If I accomplish this, I would consider Invest Now a successful venture, and I would consider myself content with the feeling of joy and accomplishment.

And then came the day I had been waiting for. This is what I have wanted to happen since Invest Now was published. On the weekend of July 12, 2008, I was attending a community-based book fair and cultural festival. This event was taking place at the Church of St Columba & All Hallows, 2723 St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto. On Sunday, July 13, some visitors were browsing Invest Now. Some of them were just passing by after having a quick glance at my stall. All of a sudden, a guy rushed to my stall out of nowhere. His first question was, “Are you the author of Invest Now”? I replied, “Yes.” Then what he told me went beyond my imagination. I was totally astonished – but my heart was filled with indescribable joy and a sense of accomplishment. I am now going to share with you what that gentleman told me.

He works as a financial advisor. He came across Invest Now at a local bookstore. At first, he bought one copy for himself out of curiosity. And then, he fell in love with Invest Now instantly. He was having a hard time explaining the world of investments to his clients. Once he found Invest Now, he started giving a copy to his clients. So far, he has distributed 7 or 8 copies, but it did not stop there – he started recommending Invest Now to other advisors at his firm. He also wrote a few articles in the local newspaper, and he recommended Invest Now in those articles. Finally he said, “Thank you, thank you so much for writing a book like this, and helping lots of people to understand such a complex matter in easy way. It saved me so much time and work – before I would spend days explaining investments to my clients; now I give them this book and ask them to read it first before I recommend anything else. You made my life so easy – I appreciate your hard work and thank you for helping so many people.”

It definitely feels good knowing Invest Now has served its purpose, and changed someone’s life. I am sure I will come across many more stories like this in the years to come. However, this is not where everything ends. This is just the beginning. With my website “A Dawn Journal”, and with more books to be published in the future – I will be able to change many others’ lives. I will be able to help a lot more people; that’s what makes me write more. I needed a confidence boost, and this reader just gave me that. What I heard from him was exactly what I needed to be confident in continuing my journey into the future.


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  1. 4 Responses to “The Day I Knew Invest Now Changed Someone’s Life”

  2. By poor boomer on Jan 4, 2009

    How can someone without disposable income Invest Now?

  3. By A.D. on Jan 11, 2009

    Good question. The idea behind “Invest Now” is to show how it is possible to invest with very little money. “Invest Now” does show how you can get this little money even when you think you have no disposable income. However, my next book “Save Now” will discuss this issue in much greater detail.

  4. By PizzaForADream on Jan 20, 2009

    @ poor boomer Don’t know your situation, but have you ever thought about increasing your income with a second job in the short term? Being a former AF pilot, I was above this for a long time. I finally swallowed my pride and began delivering pizzas several nights a week. This has made all the difference as we now have some EXTRA. You might consider doing this yourself temporarily. Regardless, it’s not too late to start a business and chance your situation!!

  5. By A.D. on Feb 4, 2009

    PizzaForADream – I totally agree. When I was a student, I did all sorts of jobs you can possibly think of. Even nowadays, I can do any kind of work – if I have to. I believe in the dignity of labor. No job is bad or low, as long as it’s honest work. Everyone should be treated with respect and dignity. Combat prejudice and discrimination.

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