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Quit Joblessness: Start Your Own Business

By Steve Litt 
The book's cover Price: $12.95

Availability: Usually emailed within 48 hours of receipt of electronic payment or check and order form.

PDF (eBook), 165 pages




They tell you to make a job out of getting a job. So every day you put on a suit, go out on interviews, and send lots of resumes. But you're still unemployed.

They tell you you're unemployed because you don't have the skills. That's funny, because before your layoff you did great work and got excellent reviews. Could "you don't have the skills" be their code words for "you don't work as cheap?" So you try lowering your salary requirements, but you're still unemployed. After all, you're never going to be able to work as cheaply as a guy in India.

You thought of going back to school for more training. But you hear daily about new graduates, in debt to their ears, who can't get a job. Or who get ten dollar an hour jobs and try to pay off $50,000 loans. You want no part of that.

You worked hard at your last job. You've worked hard trying to find a new job. Yet every week, your unemployment is more used up. Every week, you're closer to financial disaster.

And the media and the politicians say it's your fault. Americans aren't skilled enough. You have too many family responsibilities. You expect too much. You're lazy and entitled.

BS! Prove these idiots wrong. Create your own job and thumb your nose at them. Start your own business.

If your employer decides to lay you off, that’s THEIR decision. If prospective employers decide not to hire you because of your experience, age, race or the way you part your hair, that’s THEIR decision. If prospective employers demand an unreasonable combination of skills, that’s THEIR decision. If prospective employers save a few bucks by emailing all their work to India, that's THEIR decision. If local businesses institute hiring freezes so you can’t possibly get a job, that’s THEIR decision. If the economy’s movers and shakers create a recession with their poor use of credit, that’s THEIR decision.

If YOU decide to start your own business, that’s YOUR decision!

"Quit Joblessness: Start Your Own Business" tells you how to do it. Not the old, stale, MBA way that assumes you have tons of capital, angel investors, and all the time in the world. But the new way for folks who have to start getting money in quickly. You'll learn how to:
  • Start a business TODAY.
  • Start a business for very little money and no loans.
  • Start getting money in the door quickly.
  • Work your business while still looking for a job.
  • Use your business to get a better salary in your next job.
  • Recognize and avoid the many pitfalls that drag businesses into failure and bankruptcy.
I wrote this book not just from research, but from personal experience. Troubleshooters.Com started in July 1982 as "Steve's Stereo Repair", for an investment of less than fifty dollars. The unemployment rate at the time was 9.6% and rising, hitting 10.8% in November. I couldn't get a job, so I started a business, and it's been profitable ever since. You can do it too.

Starting your own business is a brand new world, and this book is chocked full of the information you need. Look at the table of contents:

Chapter 1 Disclaimer                                       1
Chapter 2 Unemployment Is the Father of Entrepreneurship   3
Chapter 3 Example: Third Faze Clothing                     8
Chapter 4 Dealing with Naysayers                          11
Chapter 5 What Comes First?                               16
Chapter 6 Seek Out Advice                                 21
Chapter 7 Don't Get Burned                                37
Chapter 8 The Importance of Sales                         46
Chapter 9 What Kind of Business?                          51
Chapter 10 Minimizing Litigation Risks                    65
Chapter 11 First Steps                                    73
Chapter 12 Second Steps                                   88
Chapter 13 Your First Sales                               97
Chapter 14 Learn These Things Quickly                    104
Chapter 15 Growing the Business                          111
Chapter 16 Computerization                               125
Chapter 17 Health Insurance                              137
Chapter 18 Should I Stay or Should I Go?                 151
Chapter 19 Shutting It Down                              156
Chapter 20 The Bottom Line                               163

To see the book's comprehensive index, click here.

If you're unemployed, don't wait until money and weeks of unemployment start running low. Order this book today and start setting up your business.