This is the how-to book for work-at-home entrepreneurs, by a successful entrepreneur, Deborah Killion. She shares her secrets of success and failure, and teaches you how to clear the obstacles and reach your goals. Learn how to find the right niche, how to find your market, fire your boss, and live independently from now on. It's not an easy process, and Deb shares the good, as well as the bad about working for yourself. Delve into what it takes to find a business you can work from home and really make it work for you! Don't let the current economic times get you down! You can work for yourself, and you'll have a job, no matter what the government does! Fifteen chapters full of practical common sense tips for the hopeful entrepreneur, plus many links and other helpful resources. Deb is a highly-paid content writer for multiple companies and publishers, owns her own technology and multimedia production business, and has some celebrity clients.
Would you listen to The Work-at-Home Entrepreneur's Guide to Success again? Why?
Probably not. Mainly because I have so many other audiobooks to listen to. Not enugh time in the day.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
I think the story works just fine. It lays out how to be successful in an easy-to-understand fashion.
What about Kerri Carter’s performance did you like?
Kerri Carter does a great job with her narration. She keeps the prose interesting and engaging to listen to.
Any additional comments?
I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review
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