DR. MEL'S MESSAGE - From my novels to my other projects, no telling what you will read. This is the only place you will get to read about how I developed a screenplay into a novel and what is the driving force. I will talk about many things from films to books to acting to producing. It really will depend on where my mind takes me. I hope you will join me on this journey.
While our dreams of success are complex and varied, they are often encompassed in two words: true wealth. I know how impossible those two simple words can feel. My name is Patricia Ghany, and I am a Chef. There's nothing special about me and my family, yet we have achieved our goal of building true wealth. Now we only work when we want to, not because we have to. If we can do this, so can you.
Wealth and money tell the story of our lives. This book is our way to share with you tried-and-true recipes for financial success. We have learned how to succeed with the help of our professions and the people in our lives. These are lessons learned from the wisdom of my fearless Texan great-grandma, the heat of the kitchen, and the ups and downs of the real estate market.
We are here to serve you success. By sharing delicious Southern recipes, lively stories, and a solid plan to grow your wealth, we hope to help you create the best life ever, not just for yourself but also for the people you love.
So, hold on to your knickers-you are in for a wild ride!
Patricia Reese Ghany was born on a small farm in Texas, but the kitchen made her. Fire and ice shaped and molded her, and the people in her life have sharpened her. To them, she is always grateful. Patricia worked in the the Hospitality industry as an Executive Chef and Caterer in New York, Virginia, and Washington DC until 2012. Having made her money using her knowledge of the restaurant industry, she retired, thinking a peaceful life was what she really wanted. Doing what any good retiree would do, she moved to Palm City, Florida to live out her dream life with her husband. Being retired was fun, but doing nothing all day became tiresome after the hustle and bustle of the kitchen. Sometimes, what we think we want isn't what we really need. Since Patricia had investment properties, she figured that becoming a realtor was a logical next step.
Then COVID-19 hit. While Patricia was fine, she witnessed her friends struggle with the loss of work and the shutdown of society. Patricia wanted to help others find a more stable wealth so that her friends and family can be better prepared the next time disaster strikes.