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Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget: 12 Lessons on Becoming a Young Entrepreneur When You are Broke

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Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget is an MBA in a book for $19.95. Or you can go to Harvard and pay $250,000.

Peterson's, a leading producer of college preparation and business information, today announced the June 14, 2016 publication of its newest book, Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget, by Queen of Ramen Noodle Startups and award-winning entrepreneur, Felecia Hatcher-Pearson. This quick-reading, inspiring, and often humorous guide outlines 12 important lessons broke entrepreneurs need to learn to get their business off the ground.

This book, with chapter titles such as Carpe Noodle and Beware of the Drunken Noodle, shows aspiring business owners how to leverage their creativity and passion to maximize their resources, contacts, and current assets to overcome one of the biggest roadblocks—a lack of funding. It includes topics such as utilizing social media to gain free advertising and new customers, living your life on your terms while starting a business, and the importance of creating unrealistic goals. Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget provides a practical yet excitingly different, no-nonsense way to launch a business.

"Start Your Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget is an MBA in a book for $19.95. Or you can go to Harvard and pay $250,000," says Diane Freaney, Founder and Creative Director of Rooted Investing, LLC.

“Start Your Business on a Roman Noodle Budget has to be one of 2016’s most creative and empowering business reference tools for Millennials. Budding entrepreneurs, start-up founders, and Millennials can rejoice now, unbinding their fear of not having capital to start a business. This witty and hip work gives Millennials strategies on how to take advantage of starting a business in a recession economy and how to avoid old-school theory-driven business pastimes to harness today’s technology to take the leap of faith into entrepreneurship.” notes James Taylor, President and Strategic Visionary of Taylored Athletes Sports Management.

About the Author:
Felecia Hatcher-Pearson is a White House Award-winning entrepreneur, bestselling author, globally sought-after speaker, mother, and co-founder of Miami’s Code Fever, a movement that inspires and emboldens young people to become major players in today’s innovation economy. She is also the former “Chief Popsicle” at Feverish Pops, a gourmet ice pop boutique and manufacturing brand with an outstanding Fortune 500 client roster. For the past decade, Felecia has dedicated her life to inspiring a new generation of leaders through her conversational talks on Entrepreneurship, Tech Innovation, Funding, and Personal Branding. When asked about her motivation to write the book, she said: "There are so many people who have great ideas for a business but do not have the courage to turn those dream into reality simply because they feel they do not have enough money or resources to start. I wanted to equip those people with the tools needed to start and maintain a successful business."
Felecia Hatcher-Pearson has been featured on MSNBC, NBC’s Today Show, The Cooking Channel, Essence Magazine, Entrepreneur, BET, Black Enterprise, and the Miami Herald.

About Peterson's®
Peterson's®, a Nelnet company, has been your trusted educational publisher for over 50 years. It's a milestone we're quite proud of, as we continue to provide the most accurate, dependable, high-quality education content in the field, providing students with everything they need to succeed. No matter where they are on their academic or professional path, they can rely on Peterson's publications and its online information at http://www.petersons.com for the most up-to-date education exploration data, admissions resources, expert test prep and scholarship tools, and the highest-quality career success resources--everything they need to achieve their goals.

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