Business lessons from a business writer's dad . . . and what to pass on to the next generation
Starting a Business
Ready to dive in the entrepreneurial pool but unsure which direction to go? Follow these steps to help you decide what kind of business is for you.
One homebased writer waxes poetic about the virtues of hiring a personal assistant, and lets you in on his hiring, training and management secrets.
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