Making a Living Without a Job: Winning Ways for Creating Work That You Love

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Random House Publishing Group, 2009 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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For all of the millions of Americans who are out of work, soon to be out of work, or wishing to be freed from unrewarding work—here is the must-have book that will show you how you can make a living by working when, where, and how you want.

Newly revised and updated, Barbara J. Winter’s guide to successful self-employment is now more relevant than ever before. Drawing on the techniques and ideas of her popular seminars as well as her own thirty years of business expertise and that of other successful entrepreneurs, Winter offers the practical, proven way to launch your own profitable venture. Her indispensable advice ranges from why creativity is more important than capital to how to avoid the most common pitfalls of self-employment and how to develop multiple profit centers.

And for this new edition, she has added timely advice on topics including:
•how to find opportunity in a chaotic economy
•why smart, small and spunky is the 21st Century business model
•using the Internet to open the door to fresh opportunities
•the best resources to help you create and grow a business that is uniquely your own
•how to leave Employee Thinking behind and build an Entrepreneur’s Mindset
•and much more

Here are all of the tools you need for getting the most profit out of life both professionally and personally.

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Review: Making a Living Without a Job: Winning Ways for Creating Work That You Love

User Review  - Shannon Nolte - Goodreads

I read the first edition of this, and I'm currently reading the most recent. I just love Barbara Winter's ability to deconstruct societal expectations that we should all be defined by one occupation ... Read full review

Review: Making a Living Without a Job: Winning Ways For Creating Work That You Love

User Review  - Matthew Bradley - Goodreads

Stopped reading when the trite pseudo-science self help got too heavy. Doesn't seem to be much about self employment. Read full review

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