MANAGING EMPLOYEES (. . . WHEN YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE)
21 SIMPLE RULES FOR RUNNING YOUR OWN BUSINESS
are your own boss you are also
your own employee." With this
first admonition on running a business
by yourself, Aaron Bowers covers
some of the philosophy and techniques
of establishing and operating a
sole proprietorship. He presents
some of the many rules he admits
he was "dumb enough to break," but
learned the hard way as he went
into business for himself after
almost 30 years of working for
Listen to Aaron's synopsis of the book
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
is a self employed advertising
in Macon, Georgia and has provided
advertising and marketing services
to national and local businesses
including the CBS Television Network.
His media work has resulted in
many local, regional, and national
including Middle Georgia’s
only AAF National "ADDY" for
Aaron has been
a resident of Macon since 1970.
He is married to Daphne Stevens;
has three children, and two grand
children. He operates his own business
(and is the only employee), and
has extensive experience in the
communications industry. He has
provided a great deal of volunteer
service to local community organizations.
He is a veteran of the U.S. Army
where he received the Bronze Star
for service in Viet Nam.
"I've been self-employed for 27 years, and I've made every mistake Aaron warns about in this book. I wish I'd read this book sooner than I did. The thing to know is this: Read the book and follow Aaron's Laws. In Aaron We Trust."
"I have found your book "Managing Employees - When You're the Only One" to be invaluable as I have gotten my one-person business up and running. Your rules are simple and the accompanying suggestions are doable. Following your advice has shortened and smoothed my path to achieving success. Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences."
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
"This easy to read, short book is chock full of ideas, systems and advice that can help you save an immense amount of time and money in helping the self-employed business owner. If you are a freelance copywriter, graphic designer, or photographer, you will learn from Aaron's experience on how to avoid and deal with the common and not so common traps of being your own boss. More than the jewels of information you will discover in this book, Aaron has the gift of storytelling which makes this a very fast and enjoyable read. You will find new concepts each time you read it. Whether you have employees or not, this is a must have in your arsenal of reference books to manage your business! "