Soul Food retells with candor the singular stories of fifty-two real entrepreneurs and it presents the practical ideas and principles culled from each. These are wisdom-filled snapshots detailing the lessons and triumphs of African American business builders. Soul Food fills a gap in the small business literature and presents the challenges and solutions that are of immediate significance to this large community of entrepreneurs. Written by a nationally recognized business consultant and speaker, this book covers all of the pathways to business success, but from a uniquely African American perspective.Reprinted in the 1994 Briggs aamp; Stratton annual report, 5. 7. The section on Briggs aamp; Stratton is based on internal documents and author interview with John Shiely in February 1998. A wealth of added information comes from John Goff, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Counting What Counts|
|Author||:||Marc J. Epstein, Bill Birchard|
|Publisher||:||Basic Books - 2007-12-13|