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Get Out While You Can – George Marshall

January 13th, 2011 » Comments (1)

Get Out While You Can – Escape the rat race in 2011 by George Marshall encourages you to work less, work when you choose and earn more money, doing what you want – all whilst working from home. Wherever that home may be. So how is that possible? Well as Get Out While You Can […]



Start Up:100 Tips To Get Your Business Going

May 6th, 2010 » Comments (0)

Start Up:100 Tips To Get Your Business Going is a new book by GL Hoffman. In Start Up GL has endeavoured to bring together 100 useful tips for business start-ups. Right from the off there are some excellent tips, here’s number one: Know what you are good at. Chances are you are very good at […]



Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media and Blogs – Brian Halligan And Dharmesh Shah

April 15th, 2010 » Comments (0)

Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media and Blogs aims the help you get your site found in Google and understand the importance of blogs and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The authors’ aim is to give you the tools and strategies you need to improve your Google rankings, grow and nurture […]



Freesourcing How To Start A Business With No Money

March 2nd, 2010 » Comments (1)

Freesourcing by Jonathan Yates is a guide to starting a business with no money. In effect it’s a book length version of my post How To Start A Business With No Money. Yates started his own business working from a spare room at home in April 2004. He’s since written two books, of which this […]



FREE: The Future Of A Radical Price – Chris Anderson

July 14th, 2009 » Comments (0)

FREE: The Future of a Radical Price by Chris Anderson looks at what happens to businesses and business models as more and more goods and services are offered for free. He explains how it’s possible for businesses to give away their core product and looks at the economics of FREE. Chris Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief […]



400 Latest & Greatest Small Business Ideas From Around The World – Terry Kyle

April 15th, 2009 » Comments (0)

400 Latest & Greatest Small Business Ideas From Around The World is a collection of over 400 small business ideas, which it claims are the latest, greatest and newest small business ideas from around the world. However 400 Latest & Greatest Small Business Ideas From Around The World doesn’t just contain business ideas. The first […]



So You Want To Be An Entrepreneur? – Jon Gillespie-Brown

March 25th, 2009 » Comments (0)

So You Want to be an Entrepreneur?: How to Decide If Starting a Business is Really for You is intended to be a "fast and fun way to find out whether you can make it as an entrepreneur". Sadly I found it neither fast, nor fun and it’s one of the few business books I’ve […]



Start Up! – Liz Jackson and Mick Spain

March 23rd, 2009 » Comments (0)

Start Up! How to start a successful business from absolutely nothing tells the story of how Liz Jackson went from having an ordinary job, where she was "a bit bored", to running a company turning over nearly £2M and employing 100 people throughout the UK. The book is half autobiography and half business start-up guide. […]



Gym Biz: Starting And Running Your Own Gym For Profit – Lou Ravelle

February 12th, 2009 » Comments (0)

Gym Biz by Lou Ravelle is a short, but comprehensive guide to starting up your own gym. It includes advice on: choosing premises; equipment selection and purchasing; sales; advertising; the opening day; business cards and newspaper advertisements. It also includes advice on how to layout a gym, complete with suggested floor plans and an introduction […]



Tribes – Seth Godin

February 9th, 2009 » Comments (0)

Tribes: we need you to lead us is marketing guru, Seth Godin’s latest book. In it he argues that in today’s world everyone has the opportunity to start a movement – that is to create a tribe of like minded people and do "amazing things". Godin argues that many of us ignore the opportunity because […]