Common Sense Business for Kids

Common Sense Business for Kids

Publisher: Bluestocking Press
Author:
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What does it take to be successful in business? Anthony Maybury used to think that in order to be successful in business one must know how to put complex theories into practice. He thought that success required knowledge of advanced mathematics, inventory management equations, and whiz-bang marketing techniques. But, he made some interesting discoveries. He came to realize that the greatest contributor to his business success was found in life experiences, not textbooks. Mr. Maybury said his business strategy was just "plain old common sense." But, through years observing others in the business world, he realized that his common sense business strategy was not so common after all. In Common Sense Business for Kids , Anthony Maybury shares these discoveries with readers.

Ages 10 and up
Paperback, 62 pages, from Bluestocking Press

TABLE OF CONTENTS for Common Sense Business for Kids


1. Business: It's All About Common Sense
2. The Biggest Cause of Business Failure
3. Operating Costs: There is More to Business Than What You Pay for the Product
4. Market Potential: Two Isn't Always Better Than One
5. More About Markets: The Perfect Fit
6. Research, Research, and More Research
7. How Much Does It Cost?
8. Don't Put All Your Eggs in One Basket
9. Change With the Times
10. Needs Versus Wants
11. Business is Hands-On
12. Inventory
13. The Employee, the Employer, and the Entrepreneur
14. Salesmanship
15. Deciding Which Business to Go Into
16. The Other Stuff You Need to Know
17. There is No "Final Answer"

 

Book Title Common Sense Business for Kids
Publisher: Bluestocking Press
What does it take to be successful in business? Anthony Maybury used to think that in order to be successful in business one must know how to put complex theories into practice. He thought that success required knowledge of advanced mathematics, inventory management equations, and whiz-bang marketing techniques. But, he made some interesting discoveries. He came to realize that the greatest contributor to his business success was found in life experiences, not textbooks. Mr. Maybury said his business strategy was just "plain old common sense." But, through years observing others in the business world, he realized that his common sense business strategy was not so common after all. In Common Sense Business for Kids , Anthony Maybury shares these discoveries with readers.

Ages 10 and up
Paperback, 62 pages, from Bluestocking Press

TABLE OF CONTENTS for Common Sense Business for Kids


1. Business: It's All About Common Sense
2. The Biggest Cause of Business Failure
3. Operating Costs: There is More to Business Than What You Pay for the Product
4. Market Potential: Two Isn't Always Better Than One
5. More About Markets: The Perfect Fit
6. Research, Research, and More Research
7. How Much Does It Cost?
8. Don't Put All Your Eggs in One Basket
9. Change With the Times
10. Needs Versus Wants
11. Business is Hands-On
12. Inventory
13. The Employee, the Employer, and the Entrepreneur
14. Salesmanship
15. Deciding Which Business to Go Into
16. The Other Stuff You Need to Know
17. There is No "Final Answer"