Engadine West, Australia (PressExposure) February 10, 2009 -- Designed to make wishful entrepreneurs move from a dreamy âI wish I had my own businessâ, through a series of self qualifying steps and into making the serious commitment to get on with it. Then it asks them to learn fast and move slowly.
This quite unique new e-book takes the task of preparing ânewbiesâ to set up and stay up very seriously, providing some robust methods to remain in business once started.
According to the author Nathan Howard, the major differences this eâbook holds over other publications on the subject are founded on his professional experiences with business start-ups and re-directing, which allow him to lead from the front with real-life examples and clear identification of common pitfalls, potential hazards and the minimum required âproxy experienceâ.
With more than 30 years of commercial and industrial experience as an engineer, commercial and domestic manufacturer, wholesale and retail, marketer/distributor, business owner, manufacturing systems analyst, business consultant, mentor and program developer, he has had a huge influence on various businesses at different stages in their activities, which he would now like to bring to bear to assist new starters.
Nathan states âI conceived and wrote this book and a set of automatic tools and calculators to overcome the appalling international statistics for new business failuresâ.
âWhat angers me most is that despite these boringly repetitive failure rates and the ongoing âpunishmentâ inflicted on those we should actually praise for their efforts, (being responsible for around 75% of your GDP), the âsystemâ not only crushes them and gives them a shameful public flogging, but it allows their efforts and often others assets to be vacuumed up by a grossly overpaid and un-entitled bunch called liquidatorsâ.
âItâs akin to taking the best runners out of your race, and the laws regarding business collapses must be changedâ.
âAs governments show no inclination to address this disgraceful statistic or its pillage philosophy, it isnât surprising there is fear and reluctance from many self-motivated, who get little enough in return for their many unpaid efforts, to join the ranks of the self employedâ.
âApart from GDP and vast employment contributions, properly assisting these magnificent, driven futurists to stay in business would even ease this recession more rapidlyâ.
âFrankly, after self-qualifying and some important groundwork, my book puts solid emphasis on structuring defensively for total asset protection first, before focusing on economical establishment, location, planning, systems, needs and wants, costing, records, staff, growth and rules. Basically all the factors involved in establishing and working their business, where those matters not directly related to productive value-adding input must get dealt with externallyâ.
âMy prime advice is based on âlearn it, earn it and grow itâ, not have folks first become tax-department secretaries, as while important in its own way it is a distraction to value-adding tasks and mostly just de-motivating to deal withâ.
Nathan Howard. ex Naval Engineer. Entrepreneur, Innovator, Motivator, author.
Has started, owned and operated seven businesses encompassing design, manufacturing, engineering, fabrication, distribution, marketing, wholesale, retail, fit-out, import and assembly.
Manufacturing systems-designer, Program-Developer and licensor. Consultant. Mentor. Manufacturing efficiency specialist.
Owner of 4 operating e-commerce websites with a further 12 at various stages of construction for new projects yet to action.
Author of âWith Your Success In Mindâ and five other related e-books, plus 37 fully original business and recession related articles lodged with http://www.ezinearticles.com
http://www.withyoursuccessinmind.com Main Business-Start e-Book. Calculators, tools, data sheets, 3 free e-books, business plan form, (Forecast/break-even/P&L projector, under construction)
[http://www.little-gem-tutorials.info] Multiple, Single-Topic On-line and Off-line e-Book tutorials. Circa 60 free âSnippetâ business article e-books. On-line and off-line subjects.