McGuckin, Frances
June 2007
NAFE Magazine;Summer2007, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p5
The article offers a number of tips for women executives for launching their own business. Business consultant Frances McGuckin suggests to choose the right business and consider several factors such as low start-up costs and part-time hours. She also advises to build confidence in dealing with the business. In addition, McGuckin suggests to monitor the operation of the business and take it seriously.


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