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Author Ronald M. Allen .

Janie H. Chair ALA Public & Cultural Programs Princeton Public Library

“I met Ronald in the late fall of 2009 and immediately knew that he would be an ideal author for Princeton Public Library’s “Independent and Local Author Day” that was slated to occur in March 2010. Ronald is both professional and personable and easily engages others in his conversations about writing and his books. His talk during Independent and Local Author Day was very well received and, indeed, was a highlight for those in attendance”.

    A Fearless Guide to Making Better Decisions .

    Life Cycles – 113 Quotes To Guide Your Daily Decisions .

    13 Steps to Positive Change.

    My Castle, My Jail! Home Ownership has never been easier to lose .

    This great read tells the fascinating story of the creation of the residential homeownership industry in the 19th Century and follows its growth into today’s global financial source. This is a topic that is not only closely linked to the national economy, but also touches every facet of our personal lives.

    The story is presented through the incredible journey across Europe and the U.S.A. of three generations of Ronald Allen’s family. Like all families trying to find their way through life, many hard decisions are to be made and many valuable life-lessons to be learned.

    These riveting family episodes are explored through relevant historical events in the global market and the effect these have had through time on residential homeownership.

    ‘My Castle, My Jail! Home Ownership Has Never Been Easier to Lose.’ is at the same time a touchingly personal account of one West Indian family’s post-WWII emigration to Europe, and subsequently to the U.S.A., and a historical record of global economic events and their impact on ordinary people.’ The Reviewer Magazine

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    Paul P. CEO ATPC

    I found Ronald M Allen’s style of working with me to be very compatible. My schedule and demands typically challenge most, yet his ability to have me focus on how I learn and what approach to take that I find best guided me, as a coach should.

      This book is coming soon.

      Interest can contact me via email at Ronald@ManagingChange2.com