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Publisher's Summary

He's a small-business expert and the world's youngest CEO to have a company listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. In this new low-cost business start-up audiobook, James Timothy White explains how entrepreneurs can start a variety of low cost businesses for under $100.
©2012 James Timothy White (P)2012 Motivational Press
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By Don Francis on 08-16-13

Misnamed book - save your money!

What would have made How to Start a Business better?

The author might have let the reader know that he has no clue what really constitutes a business. This book is about becoming "self-employed". Although being self employed might be considered a business in some sense, it usually involves long hard hours for very little gain. A business should leverage the time and skills of others, for mutual benefit for owners, employees,and customers. Most of the ideas contained in this book are one person operations, limiting the potential of the business.

Has How to Start a Business turned you off from other books in this genre?

I enjoy books in the genre. I will continue to read about business, just not anything written by Mr. White.

Would you be willing to try another one of James Timothy White’s performances?

Not at all...it is fairly poorly performed.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

This book spawned a reaction of anger and disappointment. It would have been a great book if it had delivered on the title.

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