Go It Alone: The Streetwise Secrets of Self Employment

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 15, 2011 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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In this completely updated and revised edition, Go it Alone! provides essential information for anyone who wants to get out of the rat race and work as a free agent, or start their own business. From the ins and outs of writing a business plan, to how to win customer loyalty Geoff Burch in his usual provocative and anecdotal style gives the common sense advice we've been waiting for.
Along with Geoff's missives and anecdotes, he provides excercises and a resource directory. All of which make great reading and inspiration for anyone to Go it Alone!
Readership: budding entrepreneurs or those wanting to find out how to become a free agent.
 

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Contents

Now What?
Money Troubles
Swimming with the Sharks
The Money Spinners
Now Ask Someone to Buy Something
How Can You Sell Them Anything if You Cant Get to See Them?
Ok So Now Youre In Then What?
Questions Questions Questions
Customers Who Needs Them?
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Geoff Burch is the bad boy of business. His speeches around the world never fail to provoke weak-minded management and inspire change leaders. His credentials are impressive having worked with numerous blue chip companies to present, motivate, and train. He is the author of the best-selling Writing on the Wall and Resistance is Useless.

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