One of the best ways to break out of the daily grind, and do something that you really enjoy, is to start a business. You’ll likely work twice as hard, but because it’s something that you love, you’ll enjoy every minute of it. When my wife quit her job, she could have used a lot of the advice that is contained in the guide I’m about to share with you. There were lots of questions about the structure and methods that are necessary to starting a small business. Luckily, if you’re starting a new business, you can read the guide and cut through some of the learning process.
The guide I’m talking about is one that has been put together by my friend, Eric, from Personal Profitability. It’s free. All you have to do is have an email and sign up for his newsletter. He’s a stand-up guy, so your email is safe with him, and all you’ll get is some really great information about starting a business and personal finance.
So, go over and sign up for the newsletter and get your copy of the Starting a Small Business guide.
The guide is 16 pages long, and covers everything from developing your idea into a business to increasing revenue and income, to the proper ways to exit a company you’ve started if that’s what you want to do. It’s not all-inclusive (that would take a couple hundred pages), but it is a great start on your way to starting a small business.
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