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Title: Stop Your Paycheck Addiction: Start Your Own...
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2014
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition.
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It felt like a safe bet at the start – get a good job and a regular paycheck. You worked hard to hone your skills and talents. But now you're stuck. Your job isn't great, but your paycheck feels at least a little bit secure. Launching your own business – being an entrepreneur – feels risky in comparison. Oh, sure, you've dreamed about being your own boss: The satisfaction that comes from making it on your own. But you get cold sweats at the thought of giving up your regular paycheck. Eric Deeter gives practical, straightforward advice on how to turn your talent and skills into a successful business. He shares insights from his 20 years of hard-earned experience running a service business from home. He shows how entrepreneurship is not a cakewalk. But neither is it the impossible dream. You will find solid, actionable information presented in an informal, approachable style, with a good laugh or two along the way. This is not your dry business book based on theory. The ideas presented here are forged in the trenches of real-world experience. You won't find “corporate-speak” platitudes. Whether you're an Average Joe or an Executive Josephine you will find this book chock-full of information you can sink you teeth into and begin your journey to success. What you'll discover: How to think like an entrepreneur How to price your work Cost-effective marketing strategies The danger of free marketing advice How to make time for what's important How to structure your business Financing options How to ask powerful questions Whether entrepreneurship is a dream or you are looking for options because of downsizing or you're finally fed up with the corporate rat race. This book gives you the straight scoop about how to succeed and thrive in your own business.About the Author:
Eric Deeter and his wife, Brenda, run their faux finishing business from their home in Kansas City. Twenty years in business have taught them plenty of lessons about entrepreneurship. Eric has learned how vital it is to know effective ways to run a business from your home. When he doesn't have his hands in paint he writes a blog titled The Accidental Entrepreneur. In his free time he rides his bicycle, bakes bread and reads every chance he gets.
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