Publisher description for Wealth without a job : know how for your own business / Phil Laut and Andy Fuehl.
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Strategies for successful business ownership
Job security has become a myth, no matter where you work. Alan Greenspan testified before the House Ways and Means Committee in February 2004 that there is a turnover rate of approximately 1 million jobs per month. Because of the turbulent job market, more and more people are concluding that entrepreneurship is the way to go. However, many jobholders view entrepreneurship as risky. Entrepreneurship isn't taught in schools and most entrepreneurs endure a baptism by fire before they taste success. This book shows you learn not only how to strike out on your own, but how to make your entrepreneurial dream a success.
Phil Laut (Charlotte, NC), self-published Money Is My Friend in 1979 and sold 400,000 copies in 18 languages. Andy Fuehl (Phoenix, AZ) is a recognized teacher of business psychology. He has also worked for several Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Bell Labs, and Motorola. Mr. Fuehl went from unemployed to self-made millionaire in less than three years using the methods in this book.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: New business enterprises, Entrepreneurship, Job satisfaction, Success in business