"What You Must Know Before You Start a Business" on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Thinking of leaving your job and starting a business?  Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

In her new book,  "Think Like an Entrepreneur: What You Need to Consider Before You Write a Business Plan," Deborah A Bailey shares practical, "real world" advice on how what to think about before you make the leap into business ownership.

In this episode of Women Entrepreneurs Radio™, Deborah gives some tips on what to consider about entrepreneurship even if you don't know where to start, so that you can become a successful entrepreneur at any age or stage of your life.

Writer and entrepreneur, Deborah A. Bailey is author of the books, “Think Like an Entrepreneur: Transforming Your Career and Taking Charge of Your Life” and “Think Like an Entrepreneur: What You Need to Consider Before You Write a Business Plan.”

She has had bylines in Baseline magazine, Dailyworth.com, Bankrate.com, More.com, Working World Magazine and CNN.com. She’s been a guest on Good Day Street Talk on Channel 5 in NYC, ABC6 TV, Fox News Strategy Room and WFMZ TV as an expert in career transitions and reinvention. She was recently named one of the “25 Career and Business Women Bloggers Worth Reading” by BlogHer and one of the Top 100 Women Entrepreneur Experts to Follow on Twitter.

Date: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Time: 8:00 pm EDT
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/coachdeb/2012/04/26/what-you-must-know-before-you-start-a-business






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2 comments

head_exposed said...

I listened to the show blog program and it's true. Conventional jobs aren't for everyone. But in order to enter entrepreneurship, one must really be ready financially and I guess that's the real challenge in establishing your own business and in becoming a full-fledged entrepreneur for the rest of your life.

Deb Bailey said...

You are correct! Getting the financials lined up ahead of time (if you can) will give you a much better foundation. But depending on the business, you can start one and make a small initial investment. It's important to do your research first. Thanks for your comments!

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