Create the Mold: Then Duplicate by Angela K. Chambers
Entrepreneurship brings along uncertainty of income and the risk of failure. But its positive side far outweighs the negative aspects. Some things are so good they are duplicated. In business, everyone works to get it right and work it until they can't anymore. Some businesses flatline after only a little successes. But what should you do when the business becomes a success? It should be duplicated. Why not? Think of the missed opportunities had businesses such as McDonald's or Kentucky Fried Chicken stopped at one single location.
Let's go on a journey. Do you have business or idea ready to duplicate? What's the next step? Keep reading! When you stop reading, take the next step. Duplicate!Amazon