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I Can't Be Sick: Contingency Planning For Really Small Businesses

by Mary K Wilson

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When you're the only person running a business, getting sick or encountering a natural disaster can spell the end. It doesn't have to. In spite of the rocky events in every small business owner's life, with the right planning, you can pull through. Whether you sell cosmetics on the weekends or have a thriving business complete with employees, you can plan to stay alive during personal, professional, or natural disasters. I Can't Be Sick looks at business planning from the perspective of the sole-proprietor, taking an individual who might not have any contingency planning experience through the steps of creating a plan, looking at all aspects of business, and making sure that backup is in place. With worksheets and easy to understand explanations, the really small business owner can forge ahead into an uncertain future knowing that no matter what happens, he or she is ready! We might not want to be sick, but with this book, you can be confident that you're ready to do business in sickness and in health.

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