30 eye openers to business by Chinyere Funmi dike
may not believe this but I’ve had this book close to 4 years now.
I’ve read it several times over and I have,subconsciously, referred to this book on some business suggestions while advising some friends on business choices.
This book is timely now, though the ideal time to have experienced this book is four years back but…. its better late than never.
In this recession, you maybe looking for extra income to complement what is coming into your coffers presently.
The popular trend is the "get rich quick" Ponzi schemes but the smart choice, however, is to engage in a business that will survive this recession, then “bloom and blow” when the recession ends.
This book, its first volume, has a catalog of 30 businesses that you can start.
What I love about it is that it recognizes, among other things, that you may become overwhelmed by the sheer number of good business ideas.
So at the introduction, it gives 8 checklists that you can use to know if you can transform a business idea into a viable business opportunity that fits your
It also gives a guide on business plan development and on how to secure funds to start a business.
So if you’re interested in starting a business now, or even later, my experience is that the more information you have about how to begin and run it, the better your chances of succeeding.
So do take advantage of this book and then thank the author later.