Secrets of Self-employment: Surviving and Thriving on the Ups and Downs of Being Your Own Boss
Whether you're just starting out or already working for yourself, Secrets of Self-Employment will help you master what everyone who leaves the security of a paycheck behind struggles with: the emotional side of being your own boss. Here are tips on everything you need to take the stress out of your path to success, including how successful self-employed individuals make it through the good times and the bad; how to turn fears, doubts, disappointments, and frustrations into determination and confidence; and how to organize your business so that it practically runs itself.
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