There's a nagging voice inside your head telling you to sayadios to your cubicle and head out to the open plains ofentrepreneurial freedom. That voice is probably what made you buythis magazine.
The SBA estimates that at any given time, about one-third of allAmericans between the ages of 20 and 65 are thinking about startinga business. (That's nearly 50 million people.) Yet only about 1million small businesses are started every year. Author ChadSimmons dubs the remaining dreamers "anonymousentrepreneurs" in his book The Anonymous Entrepreneur: 12Steps to Build the Entrepreneurial Attitude (Corinth Press).These are the people who have yet to develop the"entrepreneurial attitude" necessary to take theplunge.
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