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Basic Steps for Starting a New Business: Avoiding Zaps, Traps, and Pitfalls
Author Name: R. W.
Subject: business; entrepreneurs
ISBN: 9781605944685
Url: http://www.llumina.com/store/basicsteps.htm
Size of Book: 5x8
Book Pages: 74
Price: 8.95
Date Submitted: December 30, 2010
Name Of Reviewer: Greta Marlow Name Of Publication: Polaris Reviews December 30, 2010

Is 2011 the year that you finally grab that bull by the horns and take charge of your destiny?  Well, if it is, then R.W.’s little book, Basic Steps for Starting a New Business: Avoiding Zaps, Traps, and Pitfalls may be just what you need to get you started.  Setting aside all attempts at profundity, Basic Steps doesn’t waste words or your time.  It’s a book for the business minded individual, getting straight to the point and digging out the fundamentals from under the piles of paperwork. 

It’s not easy to know what to do first when you’re charting, what is for you, new territory. But R.W. has gone there before you and has presented a simple and clearly marked road map, providing you with the tools you need to bring your business idea out of your head and into reality.   Starting with a fundamental question—What do you want to accomplish?—and building step by step upon that answer, Basic Steps for Starting a New Business: Avoiding Zaps, Traps, and Pitfalls goes where many men (and women) have gone before and leaves a trail that’s easy for you to follow.

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Most books on business expect you to have a degree just to understand them. Basic Steps for Starting a New Business gives you a simple and clearly marked road map, full of easy-to-digest information that should make you think, I knew that, but I never really thought of it that way," or "hey, that makes sense. Asking five basic questions, Basic Steps gives you the tools to work with when getting started. When you gain an understanding of what you are about to do, you can decide how to do it. Knowledge opens up the road to success in business. Happy trails.