You Can Do It Too: The 20 Essential Things Every Budding Entrepreneur Should Know

You Can Do It Too: The 20 Essential Things Every Budding Entrepreneur Should Know

by RachelBridge (Author)


Starting up your own business is one of the most exciting and fulfilling things you can do - and it can make you extremely rich. Unfortunately it can also be very unpredictable and statistically it is far more likely to end in failure than success. So how can you shift the odds in your favour? The answer is to learn from the people who have already succeeded. "You Can Do It Too" is a fascinating new book which brings together the collective knowledge and wisdom of successful entrepreneurs in the form of 20 essential elements to focus on when starting up a business. Each lesson in this valuable blueprint is illustrated by a real entrepreneurial story which looks at why it is important and how you can incorporate it into your own business venture. "You Can Do It Too" is your first step to starting your own successful business. It is an inspirational masterclass for all budding entrepreneurs.


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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 184
Edition: 1
Publisher: Kogan page
Published: 03 Sep 2008

ISBN 10: 074945153X
ISBN 13: 9780749451530
Book Overview: You Can Do It Too is an inspirational book that uses the examples of successful entrepreneurs and how they made it, to highlight the 20 essential things every budding entrepreneur should know when starting a business.

Media Reviews
Highly recommended for those just starting out in the tough world of business. -- Midwest Book Review
Author Bio
Rachel Bridge is the Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times . She writes the How I Made It column each week for the paper as well as regular features about entrepreneurs and small and growing businesses. An experienced journalist, she formerly worked for The Times and the Evening Standard. A regular speaker on the subject of entrepreneurs, she is also the author of the best-selling How I Made It and My Big Idea, (both published by Kogan Page).