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Lots of easily digestible information,
This review is from: 100 Rules for Entrepreneurs: Real-Life Business Lessons (Harriman Business Essentials) (Paperback)
This book is another in the Harriman Business Essentials series. Entrepreneur Neil Lewis, who has over 22 years experience in business investment, shares his top 100 entrepreneurial tips. The tips cover topics including goal setting, staff management, negotiation, collaboration, credit control, intellectual property and debt.
All the questions are indexed at the front of the book so you can go directly to a question that interests you, or read through them from start to finish. Each answer covers 1-4 pages and gives you a lot of useful information. It is all set out in a very readable way, once I picked the book up I was reading for over an hour.
My only criticism would be that for me as a small business/sole trader around half the book was not relevant to me; all the questions about employing staff, managing staff, shares and share holders etc did not apply to me. I would say it is probably more suited to someone who runs a larger business, or for someone who is about to start employing staff (there is plenty of recruitment advice.)
This review originally appeared on The Sewing Directory.