Before starting a business, budding entrepreneurs need to realistically assess the risks involved. This book explores those risks and provides an in-depth self-examination of knowledge and technical skills.
Richard P. Fontanie mentored over 150 budding entrepreneurs as they started up their business, and countless more where he advised them to find a suitable job as they were not yet ready to embrace the risks necessary to open a business. Richard says he can’t guarantee success, but he can make sure people do their homework first. Starting a business is not easy. It takes commitment, risk and self-determination. Those who have achieved in business realize a great sense of personal gratification, financial success, and in the end make a difference within their community. Richard explores such topics as: