This book guides you step by step in business start-up, incorporation and business planning. Twelve easy to understand steps to follow -including which business type and forms to use. The book also includes which questions you should ask before starting a business.
So if you ever wanted to start your own business and don't know where to start, this is your guide. Use this book, to learn what you don't know about business startup and all the questions you always wanted to ask.
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About the Author
Her prolific publishing includes several business development articles and she is the author of 12 Steps to Owning Your Own Business as well as the founder of the CEO Advisers: a peer mentoring organization for CEO/Presidents. Her books have been added to many start-up book collections and are sold on Amazon.com. Mrs. Jackson continues to publish her series of Quikbooks: a Series of Short Lessons for CEOs. The series currently includes: T.I.N.T.: What Color is Your Team and Uncovering Unconscious Bias: Seeing below the Surface of Conflict. Her newest book on workplace conflict; You Can't See Me because you see me: Social Identity and Conflict in the Workplace is scheduled for release in 2014. Her clients have included, State Farm, All State Insurance, Museum Africa, Home Depot, Target, The City of Chicago, University of Illinois, Road and Track Manufacturing, and over 50 other organizations nationwide.
With over 30 years of management consulting, organizational development, human and business behavior, strategic planning and management training experience, Mrs. Jackson provides business leaders with proven results through a combination of behavioral economics and psychoanalytic consulting.