I started working with a new client and she stated in a moment of aggravation that when you start a business there are no manuals available to explain things to new entrepreneurs.

Information is all over the internet, some great, some good, some bad and some very bad…

You have to be careful what you use and what you ignore! Years ago I had another client tell me to write a book on starting a business.  I had actually drafted an outline for three short books, covering starting a business, growing a business and closing or transferring a business.

I saw no market for such a book(s) and self-publishing a useless expense.

I feel if the entrepreneur has the semblance of the five relationships (CPA, attorney, banker, insurance, financial advisor) they should have a solid foundation built for a business. No manuals then are necessary.

Does anyone have thoughts on this topic?

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