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An Eye for Winners: How I Built America's Greatest Direct-Mail Business, Vernon, Lillian
1 An Eye for Winners: How I Built America's Greatest Direct-Mail Business Vernon, Lillian
Very Good. 
Hardcover. Stated 1st edition HARDCOVER with dustjacket 1996 Harper. Superclean; appears unread. 213pp, B/W photos. Language: English. 'Vernon offers a step-by-step, how-to book on creating your own mail-order business wrapped snugly inside a larger autobiography detailing a great American success story. ... Vernon gives us an attractive mix of the best of sound business advice with a compelling personal story told from the heart and delivered concisely. The reader learns what it feels like to have a passion for business.'--Randy L. Abbott, Library Journal. 
Price: 23.00 USD
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Growing for Market: A Guide to Producing and Marketing Vegetables, Fruit, Honey, Herbs, Beef, Cheese, Mushrooms, Wine, Woolen Goods, and More, Yepsen Jr., Roger B. (editor)
2 Growing for Market: A Guide to Producing and Marketing Vegetables, Fruit, Honey, Herbs, Beef, Cheese, Mushrooms, Wine, Woolen Goods, and More Yepsen Jr., Roger B. (editor)
Very Good. 
Hardcover. Hardcover with dustjacket 3rd printing 1978 Rodale Press. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. Light wear to jacket. 301pp, Index, B/W photos. Language: English. Although several decades old, still loaded with practical information for and profiles of small-scale growers. Keywords: direct, market, marketing, home, garden, backyard, roadside, truck, farm, farming, farmer, crop, processor, co-op, cooperative, berries, eggs, pick your own, self employment. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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3 Growing Pains: How to Make the Transition from an Entrepreneurship to a Professionally Managed Firm Flamholtz, Eric; Randle, Yvonne
Good. 
Hardcover. 5th printing hardcover with dustjacket 1990 revised 2nd edition Jossey-Bass. Very clean; pages bright. Noticeable average wear to jacket. 407pp, Index, Notes, References. Language: English. Note: this is NOT the most recent edition. NOTE: Cannot ship outside U.S. via Global Priority -- Surface or Airmail only. 'The entrepreneurs who need this book are already successful, experiencing spectacular growth. Of limited use to small business owners, Flamholtz's principles are more helpful for major firms trying to analyze potential or actual problems. Flamholtz's style is erudite, almost textbookish in tone, but he makes a genuine contribution to management literature. He offers a unified prescription for management, integrating ideas on topics ranging from product life cycle to leadership styles to organizational structure. He contrasts and explains entrepreneurial and professional management styles, explaining which is needed when, and why the use of the wrong style has led to the demise of some very large firms....'--Sue McKimm, Library Journal, 1990. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Make Money with Your PC!: The Revised Guide to Starting and Running Successful Businesses with Your Personal Computer, Walford, Lynn
4 Make Money with Your PC!: The Revised Guide to Starting and Running Successful Businesses with Your Personal Computer Walford, Lynn
Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover 1994 Ten Speed Press. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Only light corner wear. 120 pages; Resource Guide. Language: English. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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Reading Books for Pay, Harris, Rebecca A.
5 Reading Books for Pay Harris, Rebecca A.
Good. 
Paperback. 2-Volume softcover set. Clean and unmarked, but with NOTICEABLE WEAR and BUMPED CORNERS. Language: English. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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6 Small-Business Management Guide: Advice from the Brass-Tacks Entrepreneur Schell, Jim
Very Good. 
Hardcover. Hardcover with dustjacket 1996 Henry Holt. Very clean; pages bright; binding tight. Only light wear to jacket. 236pp. Language: English. 'An entrepreneur and business columnist widely heralded for his practical approach offers brass-tacks advice on assembling, motivating, and managing employees, giving hints on maintaining flexibility in small businesses.'--Ingram. Keyword: management. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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The Entrepreneurs: Twelve Who Took Risks and Succeeded, Shook, Robert L.
7 The Entrepreneurs: Twelve Who Took Risks and Succeeded Shook, Robert L.
0060140259 / 9780060140250 Good. 
Hardcover. 3rd printing hardcover with dustjacket 1980 Harper and Row. Small rip to back jacket has been repaired with archival tape. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 181 pages; black-and-white photos. Language: English. Profiles 12 self-made success stories of American enterprise: John W. Galbreath, W. Clement Stone, Mary Hudson, Dale W. Lang, S. Roger Horchow, William J. Richards, Gary Goranson, Mary Kay Ash, Joseph Sugarman, Richard F. Schultz, William G. McGowan, John Z. De Lorean. Keywords: business, entrepreneurship, MCI. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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