It is a extremely windy day here in Yakima, Washington. Not a good day for gardening, but a great day to share about my favorite entrepreneur books for the entrepreneur in the making.
BUSINESS OF BLISS written by Victoria magazine and Janet Allon, shares real life stories of entrepreneur women making their hobbies into a profitable business. MOMMY MILLIONAIRE written by Kim Lavine, shares her personal story of making a million dollars developing and marketing the Wuvits. Wuvits are pretty pillows filled with corn that may be heated in the microwave for therapeutic use, or frozen for icy relief. From getting a business license to attending trade shows, creating a web site or making business cards, the information resources are in this inspirational how to story book. YOUR INTERNET CASH MACHINE written by Joe Vitale and Jillian Coleman Wheeler. This book walks you through the process and gives great suggestions, on building a successful internet business. They introduce resources and share with you, where to look to help market and build your web site. The way this book is written makes it interesting and real. Believe me, I have returned many books to library unread because I found them to be boring. YOU CALL THE SHOTS written by Cameron Johnson with John David Mann is a great story about entrepreneurship. Cameron started his first internet greeting card business when he was 9 years old. By the age of 19, he had a dozen profitable internet business. Cameron shares his story about entrepreneurship being a way of life. You will find many internet sites to visit listed throughout this book, to assist you with your entrepreneurial dream. This is another inspirational resource book. BLOGGING IN A SNAP written by Julie C. Meloni, is a step by step guide to blogging with Blogger. Very helpful and informative, it is a book to own for your personal library so you may refer to it often. The last book on my list for today is WEB SITES FOR DUMMIES written by Janine Warner. This book is for the first time web site builder, and is another must have for your personal library. You have no idea how many times I have checked this book out of the library.