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This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to take the first steps toward building your own business empire.

How to Start a Business provides you with a week-by-week guide to establishing your business in just 60 days. You'll learn how to find a great idea for your business, how to write a business plan that will help you win over investors and financiers, and the many other things that you need to do when launching your business.

Many people believe that the secret to a successful business is a perfect idea. While there is some truth to this idea, in fact, virtually any idea can be successful if you feel strongly enough about it. After all, if you feel passionate about an idea, it can be so infectious that other people can feel passionate about it as well. The secret is to adjust your ideas of what constitutes success. After all, not every business has to be a McDonald's-style multi-billion business. A business that brings personal and financial satisfaction to its owner is as much of a success as the next Apple or Microsoft. And there is always the possibility for growth in the future.

In addition, if you are not passionate about your business idea, it is likely that you will not be as enthusiastic about it. Thus, you may eventually lose interest in it during the long process of starting the business and building it up. Keep in mind that it takes a lot of time and effort to establish a business; do you feel strongly enough about your idea that you will persist through this time-consuming and onerous process?

In this book, we have structured your weeks one through to eight:

  • Week One: Finding the perfect business idea
  • Week Two: Doing market research
  • Week Three: Registering your business
  • Week Four: Estimating your expenses
  • Week Five: Writing a business plan
  • Week Six: Seeking financing
  • Week Seven: Preparing to launch your business
  • Week Eight: Launching your business

Don't waste any more time.

©2016 Project KT Publishing (P)2016 Project KT Publishing

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