Author Morongwa Makakane Gives Invaluable Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

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New book gives a rundown on making a successful business.

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According to the US Small Business Administration (SBA), over 50% of small businesses fail in the first five years. Author Morongwa Makakane shares the ways to avoid the financial pitfalls that ruin most of these enterprises, in When is Enough, Enough?, a comprehensive guide to starting and running a successful business venture.

Many businesses fail before they even begin. A lot of them are started on an epiphany, a great idea with prospects of millions in profit and freedom. Despite this, because the basic fundamentals of starting a business are not investigated and properly implemented, most of these ventures, especially the smaller ones, fail. The owners then find themselves heavily indebted, financially ruined, and having no job or income. According to Makakane, to maintain and sustain a successful enterprise, certain things need to be done and put in place. Her work provides readers with the top ten “must do’s” based on the author’s own personal experiences, which will ensure the transformation of a business idea into a successful venture.

When is Enough, Enough? is a comprehensive collection of widely researched financial and business management advice packaged into one book, customised for the needs of those starting and operating small and medium businesses. Aspiring entrepreneurs, and readers looking for sound economic tips and hints, will find Makakane’s work an invaluable aid to success. As an add-on, When is Enough, Enough? will have a Business Start Up and Management Toolkit containing all the tools and templates needed to start and run a business successfully, which will be made available in the author’s website as well as on CD.

The author will be having a book launch on February 1, 2013 to be held at Golden Pipit Conference Centre, Centurion

About the Author
Morongwa Makakane is an outgoing, goal oriented, self motivated strategist and talent management expert specialising in Organisational Transformation in Change Management, Business Strategy and People Development in South Africa. Having owned small business, which was one day, very successful, and the next day, saw it crumbling in front of her eyes, she uses her experiences in this book to educate all aspiring entrepreneurs of the things that need to be done, most of them overlooked in running a small and medium businesses. Makakane is also an accomplished inspirational speaker, who authentically interacts with her audiences and uses the experiences of her business failure to share important life lessons that everyone needs to adopt to live a purposeful and abundant life. Optimistic and resilient, she believes in showing people, through practical strategies, how to succeed where they have failed and how to rise above the difficulties and challenges in business and in life. Makakane is a professional member of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa.

When is Enough, Enough? * by Morongwa Makakane
Ten Things Any Aspiring Entrepreneur Needs to Know to Start and Run a Successful Business
Publication Date: January 11, 2013
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 177 pages; 978-1-4797-4199-1
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 177 pages; 978-1-4797-4200-4
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4797-4201-1

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