The first step

Brodsky, Norm
August 2000
Inc.;Aug2000, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p37
Gives pieces of advice on how to start a business. Significance of creating a plan for the business; Importance of focusing on the goal; How to analyze business opportunities.


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