PURSUE YOUR ENTREPRENURIAL DREAMS
Angela Ford is an entrepreneur and the author of Making a MicroBusiness: The Bootstrapper’s Checklist of 78 Action Items for your Startup, published by TAG Books.
Angela formed her first small business with a friend from high school at the age of 18. Immediately after college she formed a fashion company that produced, directed and choreographed a national show which toured the country for seven years. Ten years of experience providing wardrobe and set design for movies, television shows and commercials led to a stint as a syndicated fashion columnist.
Fourteen years ago Angela founded a real estate and sustainability consulting firm and secured both SBA financing and rounds of capital from family and friends. Recently she partnered with a software developer and launched another start-up for property management software solutions. With success as a micro-business owner she has also become a Community Philanthropist.
A graduate of Illinois State University she is the mother of one son who lives in China. Angela considers herself an average American from average means living the American dream.
"I spent a lot of money attending a lot of seminars trying to avoid common mistakes and attempting to gain wisdom from instructors that had never run a microbusiness. This book contains action steps never mentioned in those workshops."
START MAKING A MICROBUSINESS
With the skills you have.
In your own community.
Don't wait for others.
“Making a Microbusiness isn’t about making millions of dollars in the first few years, it’s about making an honest living, providing a vibrant life for your family and contributing to your community.”
MAKING A MicroBUSINESS
The rules for those of us who want the joys and freedom of entrepreneurship that positively impact our families and communities.
"I wrote the book I wish I had read when I started my business!"
Some Lessons to learn:
You can start your Microbusiness with what you have now
“Entrepreneurship is like sports. You only get better through consistent improved performance. You can study the success of other great entrepreneurs, but you will truly learn the most from your own experience.”
BUY MAKING A
Making a Micro-Business Book
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY THIS BOOK?
Because your journey towards entrepreneurship is paved with books about the successes of others and you need the action steps to pursue building a micro-business to feed your family or simply enhance your lifestyle. This book is more than philosophy, it is what to do and what not to do.
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