A Woman's Guide to Natural Hormones

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Perigee Book, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages
Do you own a home-based business or plan to start one? Can you invest ten minutes a day to guarantee the success of your business? In the time it takes to read just one of the thirty essential truths about marketing your home business in this book, you can find the key to prosperity.

Bringing Home the Business shows you how to increase your income and grow your business over time. Kim T. Gordon distills thirty fundamental principles to help you win and keep more customers or clients. She includes the best ways to position your business; build a winning company image; market on the Web; create better brochures, direct mail, and sales letters; close more sales; and live and work successfully under one roof.

Filled with money-saving and income-generating ideas used by home business owners in a wide range of ventures, the book features field-tested concepts that can be tailored to your individual needs. Complete with insightful and illuminating real-life stories, it helps you separate fact from fiction -- debunking the misconceptions that can lead to business failure and providing the truths that will put you on the path to financial and personal satisfaction.

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What Are Natural Hormones?
Using Natural Hormones
Diet Supplements and ExerciseKeys

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About the author (2000)

CHRISTINE CONRAD has worked as the New York City film commissioner,
as an editor in book publishing, as a screenwriter for motion pictures and
television, and as an advocate for women's health. Her most recent
book, Jerome Robbins, is a pictorial biography inspired by her long
friendship with the choreographer. Conrad lives in Los Angeles.

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