The Yin and Yang of Starting a Business (with Glossary from BabyBird Guide)
Do you want to be successful launching your business? Get started right with these three books in one:
The Yin of Starting a Business: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur
The Yang of Starting a Business: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Launching Your Idea with Minimum Risk
The BabyBird Guide to Startup Speak: A Business Glossary to Get Your Bossy Boots On
Learn to think like an entrepreneur, ensure your path is the most likely to reach success and get inspired for launching your own business.
Our mission is to equip you with the confidence and knowledge you will need to stand out and be wildly successful from the start.
Learn the hard and soft skills required for starting a business, with a handy business glossary including key terms being used in the world of startups.
“The Yin and Yang of Starting a New Business is a great resource for people who want to take the leap into starting their own business. The information is organized into bite sized pieces which is perfect for people on the go. However, it’s tough to stop at just one chapter since the useful tips are presented in such an easy to understand way!”
Cara Murphy, Editor, Under30CEO
“The series is an informative, engaging and succinct how-to for launching or refreshing a young business. I highly recommend to both the ingénue and corporate professional, wanting a thought-provoking guide to all aspects of business start-up – from concept, to strategic and financial planning, to stakeholder relationships, to contracts, to the often necessary course correction. The glossary in particular is a great reference for MBA essentials, particularly suited for the entrepreneur who learns by doing.”
Polly J. Shrewsbury, Founder and CEO, Pollyseon
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