How valuable would it be to you to have a book that may prevent you from going out of business? You don’t have to wonder because you have it in Small Business Survival 101. Small business ownership excels at bringing out both the best and worst of business people. It is the fight of a lifetime and one you may win or eventually lose. Small Business Survival 101 will increase the odds of putting up that “W”.
Real entrepreneurship is frequently misunderstood. It is not so much about an idea or taking risks. It is about building a lasting business out of your passion. There really is no shortage of good ideas but there is a shortage of those who can make a lasting business from their passion or abilities. Small Business Survival 101 charts the two main avenues to entrepreneurial success: the “I Have An Idea” approach and the “Serve An Apprenticeship” method. Learn the critical differences between them.
By reading Small Business Survival 101 be confident you will glean the critical components needed to build a lasting business and be able to spot advice that really isn’t. You will learn how to build in repeat business and give it the necessary appeal to customers. For gallows humor enjoy “That Owner Frame Of Mind” and “Entrepreneurship By Santa Claus.” Find out which chapter is the longest and why!
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Tom Pease earned a degree in Journalism from the University of Tennessee. He served two years in the Navy and then worked for IBM for six years. In 1981 he began the company he owns and runs. He hosted the radio show “The Technology Hour with Tom Pease,” wrote a business column for two years for the Memphis Daily News , and published his first book Going Out Of Business By Design: Why 70% of Small Businesses Fail. He is sometimes a guest instructor at the University of Memphis.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Touring Entrepreneur Land and Meriting Citizenship
You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have
Chapter 2: It Must Be Easy
Ease And Convenience Are The Two Primary Buying Criteria
Chapter 3: Someone Can Sell
In Order To Keep Doing What You Are Doing You Have To Sell
Chapter 4: Characteristics Of The Best Businesses To Be In
To Get Repeat Business You Have To Build It In
Chapter 5: No Change … No Change
The Way To Deal With Change Is To Change
Chapter 6: The Leader Gets It Right
Where There Is No Vision People Perish
Chapter 7: Know Your Numbers
You Can’t Manage It If You Don’t Measure It
Chapter 8: Have An Exit Plan
It Becomes About Profit And Profit And Not Profit And Loss