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Running A Good Business, Ebook Series

by Claude Whitmyer

FutureU Press, Smashwords Edition, 2011.

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Running a Good Business, Book 1: Why Good? Why Now? by Claude Whitmyer.
Ebook Price: Free! 10,800 words.
Step-by-step guidance for launching your own small, micro or one-person business. For those who want to do what they love and still pay the bills. Definition of "Good Business." Overview to series and approach.

Running a Good Business, Book 2: Becoming a Learning Organization by Claude Whitmyer.
Ebook Price: $4.00 USD. 14,770 words.
Step-by-step guidance for launching your own small, micro or one-person business. For those who want to do what they love and still pay the bills. What a learning organization is and why a good business should become one.

Running a Good Business, Book 3: Becoming Values-Focused by Claude Whitmyer.
Ebook Price: $7.00 USD. 21,310 words.
Step-by-step guidance for launching your own small, micro or one-person business. For those who want to do what they love and still pay the bills. Third in a series of in-depth guides; this one on the importance of clarifying your values to make the most of your business success.

Running a Good Business, Book 4: Start-Up and Legal Matters by Claude Whitmyer.
Ebook Price: $3.00 USD. 12,630 words.
Book 4 of the series offering step-by-step guidance for launching your own small, micro or one-person business. For those who want to do what they love and still pay the bills. This volume focuses on self-assessment for entrepreneurship, legal form of your business and other issues that arise during the launch of a new business.

Running a Good Business: Self-Assessment for Tradeskill by Claude Whitmyer.
Ebook Price: $1.00 USD. 4,800 words
"Tradeskill" defined and self-assessment instrument provided. This ebook can be used stand-alone or in conjunction with Running a Good Business, Book 4: Start-Up and Legal Matters.



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