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In my opinion, there's something for just about everyone in this book--providing, of course, you really WANT to work.
Where kids don't have video games and mothers don't wear baseball caps, pony tails, driving giant worthless SUV's with a call phone stuck to that empty head of theirs.
It's charts give you all the crucial info at a glance and it's full of good ideas for how to start marketing a new business.
Had some interest point, however the recommendations for jobs for people over 50 really didn't interest me.Published 14 days ago by Venetta Smith
Had hoped for new idea but found the book to hold ideas I'd already thought ofPublished 4 months ago by White Crane
A great book for former "professionals". I you were neverr an accountant or something like that and you always have been a "blue collar" worker then do not spend... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James R. Haywood
There is a large range of ideas, so I was able to put down several that I am considering.
I specifically like the way it included what you need for startup, some of it obvious... Read more
Most people never stop to think that they have skills they got through life and how valuable they can be. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Peter Aldino
I found this book to not only list a nice diversity of ideas, but also great suggestions for marketing and further research. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gypsy
II teach online classes to help people start their own businesses. Paul and Sarah Edwards have been writing about the topic of working-from-home longer than anyone else. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Thomas Smerk