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Do you have an idea for something that you want to share with the world but don’t know where to start? Want to make a living without selling your soul? Have a business plan but can't afford to buy anything up front? This book is for you.
This is the book I wish I had read before I started a home business, but couldn't find. So I wrote it for you. You will get a candid inside look at the strengths, commitment and mindset needed to succeed. You'll understand the challenges and rewards awaiting you; and discover whether or not Network Marketing is right for you. If it is not, you will have clarity and powerful insights into how to cultivate and benefit from a positive, abundant mindset for Life. If a home business is right for you, there is nothing else like it anywhere! Whether you are just starting on the road to freedom or have been doing it awhile, there are many key insights that will help you focus, identify and ignite your passion. If you feel like there is something missing in your life but don't know quite what it is, this book may help you clarify your Why, as well as motivate and inspire you. As a new entrepreneur, this book will give you an opportunity to benefit from the author's mistakes, without having to make them yourself. Seasoned marketers and business owners will feel right at home and find fresh affirmation and encouragement. Includes inspirational quotes by Napoleon Hill, from his classic book, "Think and Grow Rich."
An Introducing Practical Guide to starting up your own business.
Are you thinking about opening a small business but not sure where to begin? If you answered yes, then this book can help (at least from an accounting standpoint). This book presents a sample accounting system proposal for a small business startup and also covers some planning considerations from an accounting perspective. Hopefully, it will help you plan a successful new venture!
Policymakers throughout Europe and the US have responded to rising concerns about unemployment, jobs, growth and international competitiveness in global markets with a new mandate to promote the creation of innovative new businesses. While recent literature identified clear and decisive links between entrepreneurship, growth, job creation and international competitiveness, policy makers were initially slow to recognize these links. Without a clear and organized view of where and how entrepreneurship manifests itself, policy makers have been left in uncharted waters without an analytical compass.
The purpose of this book is to provide such an analytical compass for directing how public policy can shape and promote entrepreneurship. We do this in two ways. The first is to provide a framework for policymakers and scholars to understand what determines entrepreneurship. The second is to apply this framework to a series of cases, or country studies. In particular, this book seeks to answer three questions about entrepreneurship: What has happened over time? Why did it happen? And, what has been the role of government policy?
The cornerstone of the book is the proposed Eclectic Theory of Entrepreneurship. The goal of the Eclectic Theory is to provide a unified framework for understanding and analyzing the determinants of entrepreneurship. The Eclectic Theory of entrepreneurship integrates the different strands from relevant fields into a unifying, coherent framework. At the heart of the Eclectic Theory is the integration of factors shaping the demand for entrepreneurship on the one hand, with those influencing the supply of entrepreneurs on the other hand. The key to understanding the role of public policy is through identifying those channels shifting either the demand for or the supply of entrepreneurship by policy instruments.
The findings in this book show that, by utilizing the framework provided by the Eclectic Theory of Entrepreneurship, it is within the grasp of policymakers to identify the determinants of entrepreneurship in a particular country setting at a particular point in time. This will be essential in formulating new public policies to promote entrepreneurship and, ultimately, economic growth, job creation and international competitiveness.
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