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Neena R. Speer, Trademark Attorney, Hits #1 Amazon Bestseller for Her New Book Release: “Dear Future CEO ®ANI – A Thriving Business Owner’s Secret Playbook.”

Her book hit bestseller on Amazon.com within 24 hours of release achieving #1 in the Small Business Bookkeeping category.

Her groundbreaking book answers many valuable questions: Should a business owner protect the business name and logo with a trademark after starting a business? Should the owner form an LLC versus a corporation?  What are the tax benefits of an LLC taxed as an S-Corporation?

 

Speer said: “I have a burning passion for empowering minority women CEOs who have been struggling to develop a millionaire mindset for their business and brand. Have you been looking for a legal guide and cheerleader to propel you forward in preparing your BUSINESS TABLE for the millions in revenues to come? I can guide you to master key business levels in your path to millionaire growth with a modern-day minority women’s business owner’s secret playbook in developing compassion in your business. This creates valuable opportunities for you to shine as you ask yourself if you are kind to your clients and if you are committed to learning new ways to make your business better by following great teachers.”

 

Purchase a copy of her book on Amazon 

 

About Neena Speer:

Neena is an attorney, author, speaker, and truth dealer. She has a solo law firm called the Neena R. Speer Law Firm LLC. She is a Founder and Executive Director of her mentoring nonprofit focused on continuous mentorship for all students at all levels, K-12 & college, Step 1-2-3 Mentor for Life Initiative, that she started her 3L year of law school. Lastly, she is a nine-time published author. Since she was in eighth grade, her passion was to be a criminal defense attorney in her hometown where she grew up: Birmingham, AL. She is living her dream, speaking for countless organizations and is now a two-time Amazon Bestseller. She has been seen speaking for the University of Alabama School of Law, the YMCA, the Black Girl Project, the National HBCU Pre-Law Summit. Her talks are about her experiences as a law student, a black minority in the law field, and her journey past failing her first bar exam. She specializes in Trademarks, Copyrights, Business Formation, Contracts Drafting/Review, Criminal Defense, and Family Law.

Learn More: https://tap.bio/@ceorani

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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