All too often, small business owners settle for less than the best life has to offer thinking they have to choose between financial success and family time.
Do you want financial success? Then you'd better be prepared to sacrifice you family life.
Do you want more quality time with loved ones? They you can forget about taking your samll business to the next level.
Renowned financial planner Louis Barajas knows you can have both. You don't have to choose between giving up successful finances and abandoning your family. Written for "ordinary folk who have more dreams than education, capital, or resources," Small Business, Big Life will show you how to build a business that creates both money and meaning, and that provides a legacy for you and your family.
What is Barajas' secret? Whether in his East Los Angeles office or on the road speaking as an author and small business expert, Louis Barajas teaches his clients a unique, integrated approach to balancing the professional and the personal. The book containsFour Cornerstones for a Big LifeFive Steps of Building a Small Business, Big Life22 Temptations of a Business Owner
Let Louis Barajas show you how to make your business work for you, and not the other way around. Small Business, Big Life is not just a plan for financial success?it's a blueprint for a truly fulfilling life.
Joe Kennedy has more than twenty years of experience in operating and working with hundreds of small businesses, a degree in finance and an MBA. He knows how entrepreneurs think and their drive to get to the essence of an issue, make the right decision, and quickly move on. Impatient business owners will prefer this book since only the most relevant information is provided. A few bigger books are out there but this one is not puffed out with clutter and other information you already knew. With years of experience in the IT industry, Joe knows a lot about the Internet too so the content here is better than web-based searches.
The Small Business Owner's Manual is great for those starting a business, operators of existing enterprises, or as a gift.