Job creation and employment are both very wide topics and distinctly different.
This book covers many useful aspects spanning the realm of enterprise creation which addresses both.
Small business enterprises can be started by anyone with talent and dedication.
It is up to each entrepreneur to activate and regenerate their talents and use them to achieve self-reliant independence.
Self-reliance and independence take great ideas, clear problem solving and, in most cases, hard work.
This book is intended to be a very, very practical discourse and is directed to real life issues with the highlighted problems (challenges) and points being very practical ones with which the author’s small enterprise clients have had to grapple with.
You are, therefore, reading about what small business operators have experienced in real life.
There are many self-evaluation checklists and practical advice in this book, which should prove invaluable to the startup or established entrepreneurial business.