Start Your Own Business (Start Your Own Business: The Only Start-Up Book You'll Ever Need)
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Start Your Own Business (Start Your Own Business: The Only Start-Up Book You'll Ever Need)

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Everything you need to start a successful business...except the money. (But we'll show you how to get that, too!)

Previous editions of this bestselling book have already helped hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. Now, the revised and updated Third Edition is packed with additional advice on new topics, including:

How to get new business ideas Secr...more
Paperback, 800 pages
Published March 24th 2004 by Entrepreneur Press
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Chad Warner
I liked Small Business For Dummies, but felt that I should get a second opinion. This book covered many of the same topics as the Dummies book, but seemed to be more detailed, and of generally higher quality. I'm not surprised, because it's authored by the senior vice president and editorial director of Entrepreneur Magazine.

The Dummies book was structured by topic (accounting, sales, taxes, etc.), but this one is arranged by action item (start a homebased business, get business insurance, promo...more
Jeremy
Jan 27, 2014 Jeremy rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Entrepreneurs, Business Owners
Shelves: business
I like to regularly look at my coaching business and my investments as if I'm starting anew and bought Start Your Own Business as a standard to check against. It had a few items I incorporated, but is designed for someone starting a business from scratch. Its worth the effort to read before learning by trial and error.
Josh Readmore
A good introduction to what it takes. However, this book is rather too thick in my opinion, and is perhaps too broad to be truly useful. This book covers all types of businesses from store front services to manufacturing to bars to software concerns and more. While there is much in common between every business, there is much difference, too.
Khachaturian
this book was dumb i already knew all that its for dumbasses who dont know ahow to do there business
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Feb 08, 2013 Nduwayezu marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
this book is very important for me as someone who want to be his own boss
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