Go It Alone!
by Bruce Judson
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks 2005
Number of pages: 240
This engaging, if optimistic, primer insists that you don't need much capital, or much risk-taking, to start a business. Indeed, according to Yale School of Management professor Judson, author of Netmarketing and himself the founder of several allegedly successful small firms, the time has never been better for startups.
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by Jonathan Reed - Smashwords
Today's workers are free agents who sink or swim on their own. So what are you going to do about it? Get Free from Corporate America! The best way to take control of your future is to adopt an entrepreneurial approach to your career.
- Toolkit Media Group
Although there isn't any way that you can guarantee that you'll become a successful business owner, you can greatly improve your odds by becoming well-prepared for the task. This book will take you through the process of starting a new business.
by David Cadden, Sandra Lueder - The Saylor Foundation
The authors designed the book with a 'less can be more' approach, and by treating small business management as a practical activity rather than as an abstract theoretical concept. It covers some of the major hazards that small business managers face.
Getting Started as an Entrepreneur is a brief introduction to the basics of starting your own technology-driven business. Written in concise, simple language, the book is a quick read that you can absorb in a couple of hours.