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About the author:
How do you pronounce her name? "Like a bus fell on Captain Kirk...bus - kirk," says the author.
A member of the North Carolina Writers' Network, the author was an instructor, project manager, & technical writer for Web-based software teams, working with some of the largest software and telecommunications companies in the world. Buskirk's mission is to help individuals, families, communities & businesses survive and thrive in this new economic condition. "I want to help you make your business dreams come true," she tells readers.
Buskirk grew up all over the U.S. in an Air Force family and now writes freelance for a small-town newspaper while looking for a job, taking a course in online marketing, and caring for a few chickens and goats on the small farm her husband bought two years ago.
Piggy Bank Blues
How To Make Money While You Look For a Job
Donna D. Buskirk, Chuck Lehning
James and Tia Gray
How many of us are fighting the piggy-bank blues today?
Can't find work fast enough? Need to start working tomorrow?
Learn to work for yourself. We've worked for employers for so long that we don't know how!
Why is it that we will show up for work EVERY DAY and do work that we probably don't love, but when we plan to work for ourselves, we act like SLACKERS?
CUT THAT OUT!
Brilliant ideas and tons of money to invest do NOT equal success. Action is what creates success. Well planned action, and not quitting when fear attacks, can take you to the hard-work but worth-it state of being SELF EMPLOYED.
We need to learn that we can be successful, we do NOT have to become something we are not, and starting a home-based business can be very simple.
The author, Donna D. Buskirk, cautions readers NOT to spend money first. Earn money, and then invest some of that back into the business.
Taking the six steps in this little book will put you into business. Start today!
- Publication Date:
- Jan 19 2011
- 1453774408 / 9781453774403
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Small Business