10 Commandments of Small-Business Success
Bookhome Pub., 1999 - Business & Economics - 187 pages
Marguerite Kirk, former bankruptcy attorney, uses her experience dealing with business mishaps to provide knowlege in a condensed form of "10-commandments" for success in a small-business venture. Includes advice on whether self-employment is a presciption for success or failure for you, the importance of a business plan, how to solve cash-flow troubles, how to turn business failure into success, and more.
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