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Listed below is an excellent source of work at home books. Whether you are thinking about starting a home business or already have one and want to improve it, the list of books below will help you a lot in making your work at home business successful!
The Work-At-Home Sourcebook
Review: "Written by a 20-year veteran of working at home, this book explains how to do fulfilling, profitable work without leaving the house. It lists hundreds of companies that hire freelancers, providing contact information, job requirements, and salary and benefits data. This new edition includes black-and-white photographs and illustrations throughout, updates all existing information, and adds more than 150 new work-at-home opportunities."
Mompreneurs: A Mother's Practical Step...
Review: "So you have young children or a baby on the way and you think it would be great to work at home. Well, picture this: key reports livened up with crayon, loud shrieks during client calls, and no way to leave the office at day's end. If you envision yourself sailing over these hurdles and think you have a talent that can help you make money while still in your sweats, Mompreneurs is for you. It is packed with good tips on writing a business plan, getting a loan, setting fees, creating office space, and finding the right mix of child care. The guide includes inspiring tales of mothers whose businesses are now household names."
Moneymaking Moms: How Work at Home Can...
Review: "I found this book incredibly helpful because it simplifies the process of going into business into logical steps that are easy to follow. I bought the book because I wanted to find a way to be home with my children, and I really appreciate the emphasis on combining mothering and business roles. I especially liked the way the authors incorporated real-life "moneymaking moms" and their individual experiences into the book because those personal stories helped to inspire and motivate me! Any mom who wants to make money at home will benefit from this practical book, and find another mom in its pages she can relate to."
Start and Run a Profitable Home-Based...
Review: "This book gives you a realistic look at what it is like to own a home-based business. I read this book along with another book from the Self-Counsel Press business series: "S&R a Profitable Business Using Your Computer." I found "S&R a Profitable Home-Based Business" was more current than the other book but they both had valuable information to offer."
The Work-At-Home Mom's Guide to Home...
Review: "This conversational, supportive guide contains humorous essays and cartoons, combined with practical advice, to create a great resource for women looking to start a home business, as well as for those already working at home. Topics cover all aspects of the work-at-home lifestyle: choosing a business, making the transition, working with children (and husbands), taking care of yourself, promoting the business, and more. Author Cheryl Demas is the founder of WAHM.com, and a leading advocate for moms who wish to work-at-home while caring for their children. Demas and WAHM.com have been feature in BusinessWeek, USA Today, Newsweek, Forbes The Chicago Sun Times, and the LA Times, among others."
Making Money With Your Computer at Home:...
Review: "Self-employment gurus Paul and Sarah Edwards have updated their popular Working from Home series with a new edition of Making Money with Your Computer at Home: The Inside Information You Need to Know to Select and Operate a Full-Time, Part-Time, or Add-On Business That's Right for You. Focusing on the publishing, health, finance, music, and design industries, they describe 100 viable computer-oriented home-based enterprises in part 1 and include resources for further information. In part 2, they explain how to use computers to manage finances, fulfill administrative duties, complete marketing chores, and perform other tasks."
The Best Home Businesses for the 21st...
Review: "The Edwardses have built themselves into a two-person industry. For nearly 10 years, in books and countless articles and columns on the Web, they have dispensed advice concerning self-employment, home-based businesses, and working at home. This guide, now in its third edition, is a proven helpful compendium of business opportunities suited for those who want to work from home. It has more than 150 pages more than its earlier edition; and nearly 25 new businesses have been added, replacing almost a like number that are no longer so popular. An introductory section explains the requirements for operating a home-based business. Then each of the profiles outlines what the business entails, contrasts its advantages and disadvantages, lays out specific steps to get started, and suggests ways to identify and attract customers."
Finding Your Perfect Work: The New...
Review: "Explaining how to find a rewarding career through self-employment, a guide to the "matrixing" method explains how to cultivate the perfect personality/career match and includes worksheets and inspiring stories. Original."
Home but Not Alone: The Work-At-Home...
Review: "The rise of the home office has brought with it the unique challenge of juggling work and home in the same setting. Experienced work-at-home mom Katherine Murray gives invaluable insights and advice designed to help people who work at home to balance their careers and their families."
Making a Living Without a Job: Winning...
Review: "A guide to making money sans job offers insight-provoking interactive tests, self-evaluations, charts, and checklists, as well as numerous anecdotes about people who are successfully self-employed."
Starting on a Shoestring : Building a...
Review: "If you've dreamed of starting your own business, but felt discouraged by a lack of start-up money, Starting on a Shoestring is exactly the book you need. Now in a new edition that reflects the business climate of the '90s, this authoritative, straight-talking book gives you the real-world business advice you need to start, grow, and survive. It takes you step by step through the entire process, asking you questions, helping you plan, and giving you valuable guidance at a fraction of what consultants would charge. In this edition, you'll find new chapters on how to deal with the Small Business Administration and venture capital firms."
Home Businesses You Can Buy: The...
Review: "Many of us would love to jump on the home-based business bandwagon but we simply don't have the qualifications or experience to start a new enterprise from scratch. Popular self-employment authors Paul and Sarah Edwards recognized this predicament, and with Walter Zooi, they have assembled a comprehensive resource precisely for such hesitant entrepreneurs. Home Businesses You Can Buy thoroughly examines franchises, multilevel marketing, and other "prepackaged" business opportunities, and includes important advice on avoiding related scams."
Getting Business to Come to You: A...
Review: "This is a fabulous, information and action packed book with all the information you need to market and grow your business. You'll find the authors do not focus on theory but on action and give you a step-by-step marketing plan. Although this book was written a while ago it is still timely and relevant. Not to be missed!"
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