What Business Should I Start?

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The Planning Shop, 2004 - Business & Economics - 361 pages
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Want to start your own business, but aren't sure which one to start? Want to find a business that's right for you--for your interests, skills, and goals--that will also be successful? America's foremost small-business advice guru Rhonda Abrams offers readers seven steps to identifying the right business for them, from determining their entrepreneurial type with the E-Type(tm) test, to exploring a wide range of business options, including 23 in-depth analyses and a listing of 450 hand-picked businesses ideal for new entrepreneurs. This book is packed with worksheets, resources, and insights from the author's rich experience in this field. Abrams's engaging, upbeat style offers inspiration as well as a step-by-step plan to help would-be entrepreneurs find the business of their dreams. From the Publisher Millions of people dream about owning their own business--most never do. This book helps you become one of the fortunate ones who succeeds! Highlights if this book include:          Listing of 463 hand-picked businesses ideal for new entrepreneurs          In-depth info on which businesses make money          Helps you define your aspirations, expectations, and financial goals for your new business          Learn how others have been successful, part-time or full-time          Comprehensive descriptions of E-Types and the best businesses for each          Learn the secrets to increasing your chance of success          Identify your niche and learn how it will make you more money          With a Foreword by Scott Cook, founder of Intuit, makers of Quickbooks!
 

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Contents

What kind of entrepreneur are you?
15
Identify your Talents and Passions
89
What do you build
106
How can you succeed?
335
Index
358
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Entrepreneur, author, and nationally syndicated columnist Rhonda Abrams is widely recognized as one of the leading experts on entrepreneurship and small business. Rhonda's column for USA Today, "Small Business Strategies," the most widely distributed column on small business and entrepreneurship in the United States, reaches tens of millions of readers each week. She has written more than a dozen other books on entrepreneurship and her books have sold more than a million copies. Sign up for her monthly newsletter at planningshop.com.

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