Are You Ready to be Your Own Boss?by Carol Denbow
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Do you plan to give up your job and start a new business of your own? What would that take? What would be your new responsibilities? Probably more than you planned. In new business, your security is the biggest thing you give up. The idea of having a paycheck in the same amount you can count on every week is gone. The benefits you get now, your insurance, or whatever it is that you count on is gone. When you work for someone else you have set responsibilities, when you work for yourself, you are responsible for everything. Scary huh?
Failure? The myth that nine out of ten businesses close in their first year may or may not be completely true. According to more recent Dun and Bradstreet data, 76 percent of new companies were still in business after two years, 47 percent after four years, and 38 percent after six years. These estimates are substantially different than what is still commonly believed.
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- Plain & Simple Books
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Meet the Author
Carol Denbow is the founder of Plain & Simple Books Publishing as well as authoring six non-fiction books since 2006. She has been interviewed online, in print, radio, and television. Some of her books include Are You Ready to Be Your Own Boss?, A Book Inside, How to Write, Publish, and Sell Your Story, a popular book with aspiring as well as seasoned authors, and How to Market Your Book for Free (or really cheap).
Carol Denbow is the mother of three wonderful grown children and resides in the small community of North Bend, Oregon with her husband Craig. She enjoys to gardening, writing, and golfing. Visit Carol’s Websites at http://www.AuthorsBox.com and http://ABookInside.blogspot.com.
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