Barbara Carey is a woman with a mission, never willing to settle for the workaday world of a traditional career. For the last twenty-years she has forged an independent path for herself as an inventor and entrepreneur. From modest beginnings to building a multi-million dollar empire she is the epitome of the American Dream.
In The Carey Formula, Barbara openly shares the secrets to her success. Whether she's regaling you with a story about her inventive ways to meet executives, providing you with the details surrounding the development and research of products like Hairagami, or reflecting on her dual role as mother and CEO, Barbara informs and entertains.
This book differs from any other in its category. Using her success and failures as case studies Barbara gives readers an all-access pass to information and opportunity. This book is a one of a kind, hands-on guide to "making it" in the business world. Nowhere else can you get such lucrative information backed by real life experience.
Told in warm-engaging prose by a battle-tested warrior, The Carey Formula provides you with the information and inspiration you need to set up your independent and self-funded business. Barbara shares with you her secret formula and patent pending process that made her over 30 millions dollars for Hairagami with an investment of less than $1000.
Barbara demonstrates the basic purpose of her formula: How to bring a product to market with the lowest possible up front cost and how you can sell your product to merchants BEFORE you invest in production runs. Barbara also provides examples of how you can use the proceeds from initial product sales to fund media promotional campaigns to increase sales.
Everyone dreams of escaping the demands of a rigid workplace, the long hours, the even more rigid bosses and rules, by employing The Carey Formula you can break free of these constraints to live your dream.
As inventive and unique as the products she's developed, The Carey Formula offers that inspiration and step by step guidance for anyone who has ever thought, "I've got a great idea."