Generation Entrepreneur

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Ten Speed Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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Corporate job-for-life guarantees are gone for good say the authors of this text. This book is designed with today's generation of twenty-somethings and corporate misfits in mind who would rather follow their dreams than plump for a lifetime of wage slavery. Generation E encourages readers to find their passions and create perfectly-formed small business. Includes practical starting-up advice, offering 300 business ideas, along with low-cost marketing techniques and a guide to bookkeeping.

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Find Your Passion and Transform It into
From Passion to Profit Make Your
The Quick and Easy Guide
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About the author (1997)

Naftali has worked in a variety of fields, including furniture-making, graphic design, and teaching.

Lee & Joel Naftali are the authors of "Generation E: The Do-It-Yourself Business Guide for Twentysomethings and Other Non-Corporate Types" and have worked in a variety of fields, including furniture making, graphic design, and teaching. They live in Santa Barbara, California.

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