New book reveals secrets to starting a business

  • Sunday, June 22, 2014

South Carolina-based entrepreneur and motivational blogger Natasha Weston announced the publication of her debut book, “10 Effective Ways to Start Your Business with 0 Dollars.” On June 20, this self-published work will be available as an eBook and in print on Amazon.

Weston's new book for beginning entrepreneurs is a collation of much of her own valuable experiences in creating a business of her own while already working a full-time job. The book is designed as a realistic guide for aspiring entrepreneurs. She shares a combination of practices, methods and habits used at the very start of her entrepreneurial journey. Weston hopes to reach the reader right where they are in the present – broke with dreams of starting a business with no money upfront.

This book highlights the importance of identifying your talents and the purpose behind your business before going any further. Weston even explains why this should be done before drafting a business plan or acquiring an LLC.

“Entrepreneurship is a part of the new American dream and I encourage anyone who wants to start a new business to do so,” says Weston. “Stepping outside of your comfort zone and using every resource available to you – whether you are sitting on your couch or in a cubicle is important. Knowing your purpose, identifying your talents and learning how to use free resources are all very important components when starting a business.”

For additional information about the author and book, please visit www.thetottiebrand.com or email info@thetottiebrand.com.

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