Brownie Points: Seven Steps to Success for Woman Entrepreneurs from One Who Made It
Aundrea Lacy tells the story of how she founded her business, Luv Brownies and grew it into a success. Along the way she offers up the kind of brass-tacks lessons of use to any entrepreneur, but especially women, who face unique challenges in starting their own companies. Lacy explains how she not only weathered major business challenges, but also overcame enormous personal difficulties on the path to success. Now with her business celebrating its tenth anniversary, she’s created a powerful resource for others, full of concrete, hands-on advice to help focus effort, solve problems, meet challenges, and make the most of opportunities. Lacy’s hard-won experience and positive yet practical perspective offer invaluable wisdom to anyone wishing to start a company of their own.
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Starting from Zero
Organize Your Life Your Priorities and Your Work
Understand and Plan Your Finances Both Personal and Business
Start Small and Create a Solid Business Plan Around Something You Love
Design and Document Repeatable Processes
Design an Integrated Marketing Campaign
Get Still and Listen to that Little Voice
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