It is no secret that the library has a lot of books. We literally have shelves upon shelves of them. But did you know that the library has quite a few new books all about starting your own home-based business? I bet you did not.
So whether your goal is to set up a small lawn mowing business or to be the next Microsoft, check out these titles for the motivated self-starter:
What No One Ever Tells You About Starting your own Business
This book features real world examples from successful entrepreneurs from all over the business world. Heavy in practical advice and real world examples.
This book is all about busting the myths that surround starting your own small business, and offering those starting a new business a road map for navigating these myths.
Now that you are ready to start a business what should the business be? Well, a glance through the 200 Best Homes Businesses should give you some idea of what will work for you.
This volume on small business is all about the nuts and bolts of taxes, business plans, marketing, etc. Basically, the stuff that isn’t quite as fun as coming up with the idea. Not only does this book show you the ways to get started, but also how to keep growing your business.
The “For Dummies” series is one of my best friends. These books are always packed with lots of information, often times guiding the reader to valuable Internet resources. This book also contains the much dreaded exit strategy for when you decide that it is time to close up shop.
The second cousin to the “Dummies” series is the “Complete Idiot’s Guide” series. This volume offers the same style of advice as the “For Dummies” book, but where this one really stands out is in the back portion of the book that lists small business websites that can offer guidance for the particular type of business you decide to start.
So there you have it. All the resources you need to go out there and start making your own money. But remember, you read it here first.