How to Succeed as a Lifestyle Entrepreneur: Running a Business Without Letting it Run Your Life

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Dearborn Trade, 2003 - Business & Economics - 275 pages
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The unspoken entrepreneurial assumption is that every would-be business owner's goal is to build a Microsoft or Wal-Mart. Not so! A growing percentage of entrepreneurs are creating their own ventures with visions of freedom, independence and control over their lives as the primary motivations.

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Gary Schine is an author and small-business consultant

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