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I picked up a copy of this at the library, wish I had read it two businesses ago.
What this book shows you is how you can stop looking at how far away you are from your goal, and instead look at how far you've come from where you've started.
Highly recommended reading for anyone thinking about starting a business - but especially for lifestyle entrepreneurs.
The information in this book is valuable to me as a first time owner of a small business. Being in business for yourself can feel overwhelming at times. I recommend this book.Published 12 months ago by Kelly E. Hall
I think it was more applicable when it was first published. Still has good info. The info. that is in there is outdated in some areas.Published 15 months ago by PJohnson
My answer to "ratu" is simple: Yes, you can read a "how-to" book and build your own house and be proud of what you achieve--until the roof leaks..., etc., etc., etc! Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by A. Mahboubi
As others have indicated, this is a book that addresses the psychological aspects of being self-employed as a small business owner or solo practitioner. Read morePublished on October 8, 2009 by Ileri Ogunfiditimi
I would like to take this opportunity to recommend the book not only for people who want to become self-employed, but also for job hunters and people who just plain feel that they... Read morePublished on October 24, 2008 by Reader from Washington, DC
I am intending to start my own little business but have no idea how to, and bought this book. to my dissappointment, this book is so general and not touching the point. Read morePublished on April 21, 2003 by "ratu"