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The Sassy Ladies' Toolkit for Start-Up Businesses

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Starting a business is serious stuff, but it doesn't have to be dull. Not when you have the resources of The Sassy Ladies. They share their own experiences as well as rich insights of other solopreneurs who have learned valuable lessons running their businesses.

The Sassy Ladies' Toolkit for Start-Up Businesses is a reference guide and workbook designed to get your busines

Paperback, 138 pages
Published April 20th 2009 by Two Harbors Press
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Stacie Vaughan
May 20, 2012 rated it liked it
I enjoyed reading this book and devoured it in a matter of two evenings. It's an easy read written in plain English so the information provided is easily understood. It's also quite funny and the authors wit and humour comes through in the book making it very enjoyable to read.

I am a business major and thought all the information was very relevant to women who are starting a business or already in business. This book is a well worth picking up if you are thinking about beginning your own busines
Feb 16, 2012 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: female small business owners
Recommended to Kassel by: library
Shelves: 2012
Fast, fun, easy read for women starting a small business. I highly recommend this for owners who have partnerships or are sole proprietors. This book doesn't assume you plan to grow into a large business. If that's the case, then I recommend The Girl's Guide to Starting Your Own Business: Candid Advice, Frank Talk, and True Stories for the Successful Entrepreneur instead. The only drawback is that most of the Web resources at the end of the chapter don't exist because the ladies don't update the ...more
Amy Knight
Feb 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Short and funny. Well, I guess that might not be a compliment to everyone, but for author's who are looking to provide pointers to new business owners, short and funny works. In the endless pool of books, websites, Social media, branding, comping, learning, and growing resources about starting a business, The Sassy Ladies' Toolkit for Start-up Businesses had great pointers and helpful ideas. Their writing style is humorous, and the book is an easy 121 pages.
Jun 08, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: business, 2013
It was more on the "motivational" side of the spectrum of business books. It did have a pretty good chapter on networking though. Besides the two Wikipedia citations, my only other big complaint is all their references to their (now defunct) website.
Patricia Jones
Jul 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Thought this book was extremely digestible and helpful. Certainly puts the idea of starting a business in to palatable pieces.
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