Your one-stop guide to starting a small business Want to start a business? Don't know where to begin? The Small Business Start-Up Kit shows you how to set up a small business in your state, while clearing state and local bureaucratic hurdles.
The award-winning guide for any woman starting or running a business. Have an idea or skill that you're ready to turn into a business? Want to expand or improve your current business operations? This book is for you!
Are you on the edge of a career burnout? Do you feel bored or uninspired by your business? Have you been thinking about that next step but are too afraid to take it? You are not alone.In this book, more than 30 successful entrepreneurs and career experts life the veil on what it takes to rise the ranks in your company, build a successful side gig, and set up your business for success.
Most entrepreneurs have had to learn things the hard way--concepts such as: big ideas rarely make great businesses; laboring on a business plan can be a waste of time; and you will need dramatically more start-up money than you originally thought you did. But Len Green, an experienced investor, entrepreneur, and business professor, has encapsulated together all the inside secrets, proven strategies, and mistakes experienced so that you can learn it all beforehand, rather than when all your capital is on the line.
Navigating Your Way to Startup Success will show you how to create a startup designed to test its assumptions so those that are not worthy fail--often and fast. This book builds on modern startup management techniques like Agile and Lean to bring an analytical and quantitative framework to the most common startup failures.
Could everything we've learned about entrepreneurship simply be wrong? There is no shortage of how-to books with 'manual' in the title, and articles promising 'The 7 [or 6 or 10] key traits of successful entrepreneurs', which breed an infectious optimism all too often quashed as startups fail. Amiel Kornel puts a persuasive case for an alternative theory that while grounded in the natural way great entrepreneurs operate resists reduction to a simple recipe or method.