Author Spotlight: Leonard Renier

Posted by Sara Matz
Published On Jul 15, 2016

Author Biography:

Leonard Renier has 30 years of experience as a business owner and self published author. He founded Wealth & Wisdom Planning and Wealth & Wisdom Seminars. He is an accomplished speaker, both entertaining and knowledgeable. A member of the Advisory Committee for the Department of Finance at Wayne State University School of Business, he also lectures for the Department of Finance. He served as president of various civic organizations and foundations. He authors weekly newspaper articles and his Lessons of Efficiency are being printed for publication. He has served on Finance committees for major corporations, and is the President of Renier & Associates. He is an award winning member of GAMA, General Agents and Management Association, and has trained financial professionals across the country.


Learning to Avoid Unintended Consequences

If something you thought to be true, wasn’t true, when would you want to know about it? In your financial world, that defining moment occurs by understanding the Efficiency of Money. Learning to avoid the unintended consequences of transferring your wealth to others unknowingly and unnecessarily, should be everyone’s goal. This book will show you how to recognize and overcome these transfers. It will identify those who create the transfers and how they do it. They are destroying our personal wealth by creating situations, controlling the outcomes, and profiting from it. Truth and knowledge will reduce or eliminate these transfers. 

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More by Leonard Renier:


Sudden ImpactThere is a deep concern about the path we are traveling as a nation and the impact it will have on everyone’s financial future. Off in the distance, there are definite signs that something is happening and it’s not good. Financially speaking, the horizon is darkening quickly even though the sun is shining now. Together, the dramatically changing demographics and unsustainable government plans are creating an impending crisis that will touch everyone. Knowing what is going to happen, before it does, is critical. Being prepared for these events is crucial for your financial survival.

The Family Legacy Imagine all of the opportunities in life that you missed simply because you were not aware of them. The Family Legacy presents to you an opportunity that you may have, that you’re not aware of. This opportunity is so critical to your financial future that everyone should be exposed to this information. The Family Legacy is a dynamic financial tool, it is a short but powerful explanation of how to create family wealth. All too often, we are not aware of situations that could really change our lives. The Family Legacy could be one of those opportunities.

The Defining Moment As founder of Wealth & Wisdom Institute, Leonard Renier has received national acclaim for his vision and courage for challenging traditional financial thinking. His energy and knowledge is helping to create a new thought process. With 30 years of experience as a business owner, Leonard is an accomplished speaker, both knowledgeable and entertaining. His books Sudden Impact & Learning To Avoid Unintended Consequences are on the publishers best sellers list. His book The Family Legacy is a favorite among planners. The goal of Wealth & Wisdom Institute is simple, with more information and knowledge you will make better life decisions.

Essential Lessons: The Challenges & Solutions In Recapturing & Rebuilding Your Financial Future :Your economic situation should be a matter of choice not a matter of chance. The problem is that traditional financial thinking has sidestepped the everyday problems of the average American. After all, what has the financial services industry developed over the past ten years to help anyone?

The Essential Lessons are pivotal discussions that will teach you how money works in your life. Knowledge is something you learn, wisdom is the ability to apply that knowledge to your everyday life. You will be amazed that much of traditional financial thinking continues to feed the problems that you should be trying to avoid.