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Dealing With the Tough Stuff: Practical Wisdom for Running a Values-Driven Business
Fraser, Margot, Lorimer, Lisa
The toughest challenges for entrepreneurs have never been addressed. Until now. Mission-driven business veterans Margot Fraser and Lisa Lorimer present a valuable resource for social entrepreneurs facing the challenges of staying true to their core values while still trying to turn a profit.
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Growing Local Value: How to Build Business Partnerships That Strengthen Your Community
Hammel, Laury, Denhart, Gun
Hanna Andersson founder Gun Denhart and BALLE co-founder Laury Hammel show how every aspect of a business (from product creation to employee recruitment to vendor selection) holds the dual promise of bigger profits and a stronger local community.
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True to Yourself: Leading a Values-Based Business
Albion, Mark
How do you build the kind of company you've always wanted to work in--one that serves people and the planet while being financially successful, too? What do you do when you believe that business should serve the common good, but everyday business pressures--meeting payroll, battling competition, keeping customers and investors happy--are at a fever pitch? Leading a small business when you measure success more broadly than with a single financial bottom line is no easy task. True to Yourself is a
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Values-Driven Business: How to Change the World, Make Money, and Have Fun
Cohen, Ben, Warwick, Mal
In Values-Driven Business, Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen and Social Venture Network chair Mal Warwick team up to provide you with a way to run your business for profit and personal satisfaction. This practical, down-to-earth book details every step in the process of creating and managing a business that will reflect your personal values, not force you to hide them.
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Mission, Inc.: The Practitioners Guide to Social Enterprise
Lynch, Kevin, Walls, Jr., Julius
In this groundbreaking guide to building a profitable social enterprise, leading entrepreneurs Julius Walls and Kevin Lynch show readers how to solve the profit/mission paradox and run a successful business that puts its social mission first.
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Run Your Business, Don't Let It Run You: Learning and Living Professional Management
Mathile, Clay
Millions of business owners and leaders need help making the transition from a start-up or founder-centered firm to professional management. This book teaches them the best ways to make this transition.
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Common Sense Business: Managing Your Small Company
Steve Gottry

Do you own or plan to own a small business?

  • Do you work for a small business and desire to better understand your boss?
  • Do you know someone who owns a business and wants to be stronger, more focused, and more successful?

This is the book for you.

The truth is that many business books offer a lot of wonderful sounding theories, but they have little practical application in the real world of small business. Common Sense Business is full of

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The E-Myth Contractor
Michael E. Gerber

With The E-Myth Contractor, Michael E. Gerber launches a series of books that apply the E-Myth to specific types of small businesses. The first is aimed at contractors.

This book reveals a radical new mind-set that will free contractors from the tyranny of an unprofitable, unproductive routine. With specific tips on topics as crucial as planning, money and personnel management, The E-Myth Contractor teaches readers how to:

  • Implement the ingenious turnkey
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The E-Myth Revisited
Michael E. Gerber

An instant classic, this revised and updated edition of the phenomenal bestseller dispels the myths about starting your own business. Small business consultant and author Michael E. Gerber, with sharp insight gained from years of experience, points out how common assumptions, expectations, and even technical expertise can get in the way of running a successful business.

Gerber walks you through the steps in the life of a business—from entrepreneurial infancy through adolescent

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Go It Alone!
Bruce Judson

There is an epidemic of unhappiness in the American workplace. A full 70 percent of workers in the United States report that they are disengaged from their jobs. When asked, "Do you have the opportunity to do what you do best every day?" only 20 percent of nearly 2 million employees said yes. It is no wonder that 56 percent of all Americans dream of starting their own business. So why don't they do so? Because starting one's own business is seen as difficult, expensive, and risky.

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