Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget: 12 Lessons on Becoming a Young Entrepreneur When You are Broke! (Paperback)Felecia Hatcher (author)
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Peterson's Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget: 12 Lessons on Becoming a Young Entrepreneur When You are Broke!
Written to inspire other young entrepreneurs by Felecia Hatcher-Pearson, a White House Award-Winning Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker and Author.
You don't need millions of dollars to get your business idea off the ground, but you do need to START, with what you have and where you are financially - even on a Ramen Noodle budget!
Peterson's Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget will show you how to:Leverage your limited resources and create your own opportunitiesSet unrealistic goals, with five key strategies - including when and why your goals should self-destruct!"Steal from celebrities" and become a media darling-and get tons of free press and social media mentionsDig deep, create a unique niche, and become a major disruptorStart the business you've been dreaming about!
Nothing in this book is dry and boring because the secret is in the sauce. The quick-reading, highly informative chapters include such fun titles as:"Carpe Noodle" (focus on doing daily tasks that scare you)"Stretching the Noodle" (how to uncover and leverage resources)"Beware of the Drunken Noodle" (how to escape the research trap so you can get straight to experimenting and testing your idea)"No One Wants a Boring Noodle" (create your own niche)"Every Noodle Has a Story" (craft a compelling story)
Publisher: Peterson's Guides,U.S.
Number of pages: 168
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 9 mm
--Diane Freaney, Founder and Creative Director, Rooted Investing LLC
"Start Your Business on a Roman Noodle Budget has to be one of 2016's most creative and empowering business reference tools for Millennials. Budding entrepreneurs, start-up founders, and Millennials can rejoice now, unbinding their fear of not having capital to start a business. This witty and hip work gives Millennials strategies on how to take advantage of starting a business in a recession economy and how to avoid old-school theory-driven business pastimes to harness today's technology to take the leap of faith into entrepreneurship."--James Taylor, President and Strategic Visionary of Taylored Athletes Sports Management