Starting Your Own BusinessBecome an Entrepreneur!
The easy way to help your kid start a business Do you have a budding entrepreneur on your hands who's anxious to bring the next great business idea to life? Make their dream come true with the accessible, expert help in Starting Your Own Business. Written with young learners in mind, this book walks your child through the steps that turn a bright idea into a profitable business. An extension of the trusted For Dummies brand, Starting Your Own Business speaks to juniors in a language they can understand, offering guidance and actionable plans to turn their business idea into a reality. From setting goals to putting together a plan that encourages others to help them get their idea off the ground, it offers everything kids need to get their business started and make it grow. The book features a design that is heavy on eye-popping graphics that hold children's attention The content focuses on the steps to completing a project A small, full-color, non-intimidating package instills confidence in the reader Basic projects set the reader on the road to further exploration Children are notorious for their huge imaginations. Now, their ideas can live in the real world—and translate to real profit—with the help of Starting Your Own Business.
Adam Toren and Matthew Toren are serial entrepreneurs, mentors, investors, and brothers. They have spent years dedicated to researching the best practices in modern business and then teaching the techniques to others while also establishing and maintaining their own steady stream of successful businesses.
A business book for kids! Have you ever wanted to start your own business? From pet sitting to lawn mowing to selling cookies, you now have the tools you need to make your dreams a reality. You can learn how to formulate a business plan and put your idea into motion, thanks to the fun projects in this book! Grab a pencil and some paper, open up your book, and get to work! BrainSTORM — Follow along with the prompts to find your best business ideas, weigh pros and cons, and test your ideas on friends and family. Make a Plan, Man — Use prompts and questions to help create your first business plan. Ready, Set, Action! — Put your plans into action by creating your product or establishing your service and taking it to market!