Books on How to Start a Home Business
Thinking of starting a home based business? Here are articles to help you get started:
For detailed guidance, tips and advice on how to start and run a home based business business, check out some books we have selected below:
For anyone who wants to make extra money, escape the corporate rat race, or just take more pleasure out of working from home, small business guru Barbara Weltman shows readers how to make their dreams come true. Completely updated, this guide explores the ins and outs of seed money, its impact on the home and family, the best business for each individual, and much more.
Most parents today have a tough time economically: they have to be at home raising their children so they cannot work much and the jobs that are out there are often part-time and low paying. Yet most families need two incomes today to get ahead.
Whether you want to work at home on your computer, open a daycare, start a local service (like a plumber, computer consultant, pet sitter, etc), or anything else, then Start & Run a Real Home Based Business is what you?ve been waiting for. With his free-wheeling, entertaining style, serial entrepreneur Dan Furman talks about his past and current business successes (and failures), and brings together 50+ topics essential to home based business owners.
“Work At Home Now is the ultimate guide for teleworkers. Its smart, practical advice and trove of great resources and tips will be valuable to anyone hoping for the freedom and challenge of working at home.” –Daniel H. Pink, author of Free Agent Nation and A Whole New Mind
In tough economic times, conventional jobs can be hard to find. A home-based business could be the answer for many people. Making Money from Home compares the cost of working outside the home with the benefits of working from home. It provides readers with the tools they need to run a successful home business, such as time management advice, details on the foundations of a solid business, tips on marketing goods and services, legal issues to consider, and information on how to use the Internet effectively and how to create a business plan.
Just a few years ago, developing a website took specialized computer knowledge or the cash to hire such skills. Now, with just basic computer know-how, you can put together a marvelous website. And, with the information in this book, it is only a little bit more work to go from a marvelous website to a chutzpah website. If you already have a web guru, the information in this book will help you direct him or her to bring your site into chutzpah drive. We will start with the basics, where I will demystify the web lingo putting you in the position of knowledge.