Sister CEO: The Black Woman's Guide to Starting Her Own Business

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Viking, 1997 - Business & Economics - 273 pages
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"In her bestselling book, The Black Woman's Guide to Financial Independence, Broussard gave African American women a much-needed lesson in taking control of their own lives through controlling their own money. Now she takes you one step further, showing you how to take control of the work you do and, with it, your destiny. Balancing practical instruction with dozens of real-life stories, Sister CEO is a resource tool that can make dreams come true." "A successful self-employed businesswoman herself, Broussard arms the would-be entrepreneur with everything she'll need to think about, plan, and do to start and run a successful business. She covers all the basics, from finding the right niche, overcoming emotional barriers, and raising start-up funds to legal matters, money management, publicity, and salesmanship. She also profiles dozens of successful African American women who've succeeded on their own terms: among them travel consultants, franchise owners, art dealers, and clothing manufacturers."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Both these books focus on the successes of African American women in the corporate world. Broussard's (The Black Woman's Guide to Financial Independence, LJ 1/96) guide is a workshop/workbook for ... Read full review

Contents

Turning Dreams into Reality
14
The Ideal Business for You to Star t
36
GoalsThe Key to Your Business Success
43
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About the author (1997)

Cheryl D. Broussard runs her own money management firm, Broussard & Douglas, Inc. She is co-host of the Ebony magazine video, Ebony Money Power. She lives in Oakland, California.

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