Matthew Z, Texas
An Executive Trustee’s Guide to Mailing is a great resource to help cut frustration and stress when attempting to execute any mail-intensive process. As someone who is currently involved in a lawsuit as a pro se plaintiff, I find myself at the local Post Office between 2 and 5 times a week. I have found the Executive Trustee’s Guide to Mailing to be spot on in many areas. One part that particularly sticks out in my mind is the Post Office’s busy times. I have sent mail on all days of the week, and consistently have at least a 20 minute wait during Mondays and Fridays; and slide right on through the line within 5 minutes in the middle of the week. The organization principles contained in the Mailing Guide have been super helpful in transacting my Postal business without any delay on my part, and without making any enemies at my local Post Office. These principles have also helped me to organize my lawsuit very well, which does wonders for my stress level, allowing me to focus on the merits of my case rather than scrambling to find disorganized information. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is looking to boost their commerce game.
Nathanael Mark - Eceti Ranch administrator, Global Evolution/ Truth Researcher, and International Peace Diplomat. http://www.eceti.org/
1st trustee brings forth his impeccable attention to detail and practical approach in the ebook ” An Executive Trustees Guide to Mailing”. With attention to often misunderstood and or overlooked details, nuances, and essentials, the “Guide” contains not only concise easy to understand, examples, practical suggestions and great reference material for any seeker of legal freedom, but it is also peppered with gems of 1st trustee’s personal sense of humor. The “Guide” may well contain quite a few comical opportunities, to the aware reader… Regardless if deemed un-comically plead, the sections on the distinctions between jurat and acknowledgment, as well as apostilles vs. authentications are quite interesting and valuable. In fact, I wish I would have had this book a couple years ago…..
There are assuredly sections I will reference in the future, and plenty of good food for thought posed in the manner of questions to the reader, encouraging further critical thinking and contemplation upon additional subjects outside of the scope of the book…
Truly a classic for all… groms and veterans, teachers and students of Notary Presentment Processes alike!
If you need to get your shit together, I would recommend speaking with 1st trustee and getting yourself a copy of “An Executive Trustee’s Guide to Mailing”.