How to Make a Million Before Lunch

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Virgin, 2011 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Fed up with working for someone else? Want to start your own business but don't want to wait years to reap the rewards?

Take every shortcut you can ... and get there fast.

As Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times, Rachel Bridge has met hundreds of the world's most successful entrepreneurs. Now she shares their expertise to show you the top 20 shortcuts to creating a booming business - and the energy-sapping, time-wasting traps to avoid along the way - so you too can make a million - asap.

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Rachel Bridge is the former Enterprise Editor at The Sunday Times and is now a columnist at the Sunday Telegraph where she writes about entrepreneurs and small business. She has written five books about entrepreneurs: How to Make a Million Before Lunch and How to Start a Business Without Any Money, published by Virgin Books, and How I Made It, My Big Idea and You Can Do It Too, published by Kogan Page. She is a professional public speaker and regularly speaks at conferences and events around the world. She has an MA in Economics from Cambrid e University and took a one-woman show about entrepreneurs to the Edinburgh Comedy Festival in 2010. www.rachelbridge.com

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