Secrets of Self-employment: Surviving and Thriving on the Ups and Downs of Being Your Own Boss

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1996 - Business & Economics - 381 pages
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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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Contents

Were Not Taught to Make It on Our Own
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A NEW BREED OF ENTREPRENEUR
7
BEING SELFEMPLOYED REQUIRES A DIFFERENT APPROACH
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Paul and Sarah Edwards are the bestselling coauthors of numerous books, including Finding Your Perfect Work, The Best Home Businesses for the 21st Century, and Making Money in Cyberspace. They provide millions of people with informative and inspirational advice on self-employment through their radio and television shows, their online venues, and their popular newspaper and magazine columns.
Paul and Sarah Edwards are the bestselling coauthors of numerous books, including Finding Your Perfect Work, The Best Home Businesses for the 21st Century, and Making Money in Cyberspace. They provide millions of people with informative and inspirational advice on self-employment through their radio and television shows, their online venues, and their popular newspaper and magazine columns.

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