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From Idea to Launch: Navigating the Four Stages of a Startup Business

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Choosing to start a business is a powerful decision. It brings with it a great sense of freedom, but also a great sense of responsibility. We know there’s a reason why you believe starting a business is right for you, but if you’re going to be successful, you need real advice from real business owners. And that’s what this book provides.


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Kill the Noise explores the basic premise that small business owners need to develop discipline and focus on what it is they truly do best and avoid the distractions, wasted time and unproductive side projects. The noise. By learning to identify and kill the noise, small businesses can operate more efficiently with a simpler model.… Read more about Kill the Noise

You won’t agree with everything in this book. That’s part of the beauty of advice—you can take it or leave it. But by considering the advice in this book you will either see something in a new way, or simply be forced to reaffirm what you already thought. Either way, you will think critically about… Read more about Simple Business Advice

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