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Because starting a small business is not only a huge financial risk but also a complete lifestyle change, anyone who wants to be his or her own boss needs to approach entrepreneurship thoughtfully and with careful planning. That’s why there is no better resource than The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook, a practical guide for turning your entrepreneuri...more
Published December 29th 2009 by Three Rivers Press (first published January 1st 2009)
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Nov 20, 2009penny shima glanz rated it really liked it
Is this slender 240 page book indeed complete as the title would leave you to believe? Within the covers it offers a range of educational and informative parcels for the small business and the small business owner from Startup (planning, funding, financial statements) to Running (management, legal, marketing, hiring) to the essential quest of Work-Life Balance.
I believe DeBaise provides a great general overview and the layout and formatting will guide the reader to areas they would like to learn
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COLLEEN DEBAISE is contributing editor at Inc., podcast host at The Story Exchange, founder of the Hampton Bee, and author of The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook. She has written for The New York Times, Entrepreneur, BusinessWeek, SmartMoney, and other national publications.
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Because starting a small business is not only a huge financial risk but also a complete lifestyle change, anyone who wants to be his or her own boss needs to approach entrepreneurship thoughtfully and with careful planning. That’s why there is no better resource than The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook, a practical guide for turning your entrepreneurial dreams into a successful company, from America’s most trusted source of financial advice. It answers would-be business owners’ biggest question—how do I fund my venture?—then explains the mechanics of building, running and growing a profitable business. You’ll learn:• How to write a winning business plan • Secrets to finding extra money during the lean years and beyond • Ways to keep your stress in check while maintaining a work/life balance• How to manage your time, including taking vacations and dealing with sick days• Strategies for keeping your business running smoothly—from investing in technology to hiring the right people• Marketing and management basics• When angel investors or venture capital might be an appropriate way to grow• How to execute your exit strategyRunning the show may not always be easy, but the rewards can be tremendous. You may be on the job 24/7, but you have the freedom to call the shots, to hire whomever you want, to work when you want and to take your business as far as you want to go.