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How would you like to earn a comfortable living from the comfort of your kitchen? People earning a truck-load of money from home has sky-rocketed in recent years, but is it really that hard? Read on. Times have become economically difficult and it is not surprising that a lot of people are preferring to stay at home and try to make money from the talents they have. Did you know home businesses that are thriving in today's global scenario?My name is Atacius and I've been involved in everything from small online business ventures to advising corporate giants in the City of London. Successful businesses doesn't ask you how big you are. Successful Business deals in facts - whether you're making money or not. It's that simple and the business mindset applies to someone making hundreds of dollars/pounds per month as it does to corporate giants turning over millions per day. You probably have a rough idea of what you want to do, the concept of you home business model. But do you have what it takes to get there? We take a look here at what it takes to create a successful home business model, the things to consider, look out for, and prepare so we can approach the home business with information and make it a success.We take a look here at what it takes to create a successful home business model and then carry through with it.1) The Pros and Cons of Home Business Models 2) Choosing a Home Business 3) Home Business Models to Choose from 4) Building Your Mindset to Succeed 5) The Material and Abstract Things You Will Need 6) What Motivates a Home Business Operator? 7) Your Early Achievements 8) Taking Your Home Business to Higher Levels 9) Guiding People Along - Building a Workforce 10) Beyond Home BusinesAdditional subjects covered inside the book:Website Design and SEO Affiliate Marketing Freelance Writing and Related Jobs Curious? Check out this easy to read guide on how to get started on starting a business from home - a new chapter in your life and a fantastic way to earn a living.


How To Build A Pipe Contractors Business (special Edition)

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In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to launch and run a successful business venture.


How To Build A Coffee Shop Business

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In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to launch and run a successful business venture.


Successful Assertiveness In A Week: Teach Yourself

RRP $19.99

The ability to assert yourself - to stand up for yourself while ensuring a win-win outcome - is crucial to anyone who wants to advance their career.

Written by Dena Michelli, a leading expert on appraisals as both a coach and a practitioner, this book quickly teaches you the insider secrets you need to know to in order to be assertive.

The highly motivational 'in a week' structure of the book provides seven straightforward chapters explaining the key points, and at the end there are optional questions to ensure you have taken it all in. There are also cartoons and diagrams throughout, to help make this book a more enjoyable and effective learning experience.

So what are you waiting for Let this book put you on the fast track to success!

'a useful confidence-building tool for those whose key aim is to find their inner power' Edge Online


Degas And The Business Of Art

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Edgar Degas's painting entitled A Cotton Office in New Orleans is one of the most significant images of nineteenth-century capitalism, in part because it was the first painting by an Impressionist to be purchased by a museum. Drawing upon archival materials, Marilyn R. Brown explores the accumulated social meanings of the work in light of shifting audiences and changing market conditions and assesses the artist's complicated relationship to the business of art.Despite the financial failure of the actual cotton firm he represented, Degas carefully constructed his picture with a particular buyer a British textile manufacturer in mind. However, world events, including an international stock market crash and declines in the market for cotton and art, destroyed his hopes for this sale. It was under these circumstances that the canvas was exhibited in the second Impressionist show in Paris in 1876. While it received a more positive response than other works exhibited, its success was with the conservative audience. After considerable difficulty, Degas finally succeeded in selling the painting in 1878 to the newly founded museum in the city of Pau. The painting was probably regarded as an appropriate homage to the old textile manufacturing family who funded its purchase. It also appealed to "progressive" provincial and more cosmopolitan audiences in Pau. The picture's scattered form and atomized figures in which some interpreters today read evidence of the artist's own ambivalence about capitalism seemingly contributed to its "innovative" cachet in Pau. But the private and public meanings of the painting had shifted, in discontinuous fashion, between its production and consumption. Under the circumstances, Degas's unfixed and even mixed messages about business became, among other things, his most successful (if unwitting) marketing strategy. The official recognition Degas received in Pau in 1878 heralded the gradual upswing of his own financial status during the 1880s, but his attitudes towards success remained mixed."



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