The Money Making Confessions Of A Semi-Formal Tramp



money-making-confessionsThere can be few books about making money which start out at a Hurricane Preparedness and Debris Management Conference, but this is no ordinary book about making money.

In a journey through its 21 chapters you’ll  find yourself  whisked around various improbable events and locations. One minute you’ll be amidst the glamour of  Simon Cowells birthday party, and the next at a Car Boot sale in a sun scorched field in Rotherham.  Just when you’ve got used to the luxury of a five star Mediterranean cruise, you’ll be brought back down to earth with a trip around the living hell that is Ikea. And along the way you’ll encounter such strange bedfellows as a Killer Tomato, Michael MacIntyre and a real life giant with digestive transit issues.

All these elements are brought together for a reason, to give shape and framework to a critical money making idea which could take you from where you are now, to where you’d really like to be.

This is the third in a series of books which began with The Money Making Magic Of A Funfair Goldfish, and then moved on to The Toilet Pan Millionaire. It is distinctive in three ways:

  1. It’s the shortest of the three at just over 100 pages
  2. It’s the most recent
  3. It’s the funniest

You can order the book on approval. It comes fully guaranteed, and if you’re unhappy with it for any reason whatsoever, you can simply return it for a full unconditional refund.

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You can order in complete confidence. If you’re unhappy with the book for any reason whatsoever, or can’t see how you can put the insider information it contains to use, then you can simply return it within 30 days and receive a prompt and courteous refund of every penny you’ve paid. Is that fair?

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14 thoughts on “The Money Making Confessions Of A Semi-Formal Tramp

  1. John Carter

    Many thanks (again) for your latest volume. Immensely enjoyable: very easy, natural, non-literary, down-to-earth style – feels like you are `one of us’, despite your £££ millions.

  2. Nai Mahmood

    I found it very educating and very funny, especially chapters 14 and 15 which made me laugh more than any stand up comedian can.

  3. Gerald Brown

    I thank you very much for the best read I’ve had in ages. As well as being very informative, it had me laughing out loud at your superb use of the English language.

  4. Daniel Hawkes

    I started reading your book “The Moneymaking Confessions of a Semi-Formal
    Tramp”, and couldn’t put it down. It was brilliant! The mix of humour with
    advice on money making was inspired.

  5. Roy Manley

    Thanks for sending your book Money Making Confessions of a Semi-Formal Tramp. The Ikea chapter was so funny and I would like to use it as the basis of my next speech for Toastmasters International. Thanks once again for giving my wife and I many a good hearty laugh.

  6. Ray Robertshaw

    We were soon both in tears rolling with laughter. One cannot escape the brilliant lessons you attach to your anecdotes.

  7. The Business Ideas Club

    One of the best motivational books I have ever read – and considering my current library od business books totals around 700 this is saying something.

  8. Sid Rundle

    The combination of your humorous writing skills and thought provoking and insightful wisdom make it rather a compelling read. Hope you don’t get a big head but a pat on the back is most definitely in order.

  9. Mark Read

    Hi John. I’m not a big reader, in fact I am hardly a reader at all, however I was intrigued by your tramps confessions and am so very glad I bought a copy. Thoroughly enjoyed it and regularly reflect on many of its stories, particularly Morgan Freemans experience! It’s my most lent-out book. Sadly this has resulted in you having a number of ‘no-purchasing’, but non the less, very admiring fans. Keep up the brilliant work John. I think I might just buy another whilst I’m scrolling round your site. Cheers, Mark Read


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