OWENSBORO’S NATIVE SON, DARYLE LAMBERT, PUBLISHES BOOK Daryle S. Lambert of Owensboro shares his secrets to accumulating wealth in the antique and collectibles industry in his first book, “31 Steps To Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles
News-Antique.com - Jun 11,2007 - Daryle S. Lambert, son of Stanley and Violet Lambert of Owensboro, shares his secrets to accumulating wealth in the antique and collectibles industry in his first book, “31 Steps To Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles”.
The book, grown out of his desire to live out his faith by helping others to improve their circumstances, shows the reader a step-by-step method to building a substantial net worth in a relatively short period of time, using basic time-tested principals, buying and selling antiques and collectibles.
For readers, Lambert’s 40 years experience starting up and running businesses, along with his 40 years as a collector and antique dealer, has produced stories of wisdom and business savvy that remove the stumbling blocks for those who work the plan he sets forth in the book. Lambert promises that those who follow and stick with the plan will have life-changing results.
A graduate of Owensboro Senior High School in 1959 and Kentucky Wesleyan College in 1962, Daryle Lambert currently resides in the Chicago area with his wife of 25 years, Vickie Hunt Lambert and their 8-year-old son, Joshua. His children include Daryle Lambert II, Dana Jarvis, Lawson Lambert and Landon Lambert.
“31 Steps To Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles” is available through Lambert’s company, 31 INC at www.31corp.com
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