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If You Want To Start Your Own Airline, This Book Isn T For You This Is The Business Book For Everyone Tired Of Being Told They Have To Have The Next Big Thing In Order To Make A Living Running Their Own Firm It S The Down To Earth, Insider S Guide To Starting A Great Business That Thrives Without Having To Takeover The World Or Dance To Lord Sugar S Tune Or Go Cap In Hand To The Dragons Everyday Entrepreneurs Is For Everyone Who Wants The Freedom Of Running Their Own Business Without Worrying About Whether They Re Changing The Business World Author And Business Advisor Ken Horn Has Helped Thousands Of People To Be A Success Running Their Own Business, Reaching Freedom And Financial Security Not By Winning The Big Business Idea Lottery But Simply Through Delivering Traditional Services In Existing Markets Bringing A Master S Knowledge Of The Ins And Outs Of Starting And Running A Successful Small Business, Ken Strips Away The Mystery Surrounding Starting Your Own Business Packages Up The Common Challenges Of Starting Up And Help Readers Tackle Them Cuts Through The Information Overload And Provides Only What You Really Need To Know To Launch A Small Business Reveals In What Order To Best Tackle Things And What Can Be Left Till Later Or Ignored Entirely He Also Uncovers A Whole Host Of Secret Shortcuts That Are Too Easily Missed Especially When It Comes To Sales And Marketing Straight Talking, Bursting With Examples, Packed With Inspiration And Promising Not To Waste A Minute Of Your Time This Book Is Like Having A Top Business Mentor On Hand Throughout Your Start Up Journey If You Re One Of The % Of Entrepreneurs Out There Who Just Want To Turn Your Interests And Skills Into A Flourishing Business Without Revolutionising Industry And Commerce, It S The Book You Ve Been Waiting For


10 thoughts on “Everyday Entrepreneurs

  1. says:

    Some helpful thoughts but, overall, heavily skewed toward setting up operation in the UK.


  2. says:

    Slim volume with predominantly U.K based advice e.g on legal set up, taxes Overly simplistic to the point of uninformative I generally think there s a lot of ponce around start up culture and that the term start up is itself a bloated glorification of small business This book doesn t really add much to the conversation though.