The new edition includes expanded tips for determining the best business entity, more insight into using chess-like tactics and strategy for succeeding, and lots of free resources that all entrepreneurs need to protect themselves.
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) March 11, 2021
Award-winning Southern California business attorney Kelly Bagla is proud to announce the release of the second edition of her best-selling book, Go Legal Yourself.
“Too many entrepreneurs fall victim to a mindset of ‘I’m not going to do that until I absolutely have to.’ But it’s understandable. With limited time and resources, it seems logical to focus on tasks like product development, production, marketing, and delivery. The last thing most entrepreneurs want to do is spend money and effort on legal issues, which is why these crucial safeguards often become low priority. But this can be a costly mistake—and the second edition of Go Legal Yourself can help make sure it’s one you avoid,” Bagla said.
“I’m thrilled to release the second edition of Go Legal Yourself,” Bagla continued. “The new edition includes expanded tips for determining the best business entity, more insight into using chess-like tactics and strategy for succeeding, and lots of free resources that all entrepreneurs need to protect themselves. Wherever you are with your business, this book will help ensure you have all your legal ducks in a row, and that no nasty legal surprises prevent success of your business.”
As an attorney, inventor, and multi-award-winning CEO, Bagla understands business like few others. She’s spent her entire career helping fellow entrepreneurs to protect their hard work. In the second edition of Go Legal Yourself, Bagla guides readers through the four key legal lifecycle phases every business experiences. In doing so, she helps readers set up their businesses for worry-free success from day one.
Specific guidance is given to help startups establish their business as the correct legal entity through a process which involves:
- Gathering and completing essential documentation
- Protecting your brand
- Identifying and avoiding common, expensive pitfalls
- Planning and managing growth
- Entering new markets
- Maintaining a sharp competitive edge
“My ultimate goal is to have a positive effect on the statistic of failing companies in America. So many businesses fail because they simply aren’t set up right from the start. That’s why I wrote Go Legal Yourself and started a company by the same name. I want startups, and entrepreneurs to succeed. Mitigating liability is an essential component of long-term success as a business owner,” Bagla said.
Go Legal Yourself, Second Edition is available for purchase at Amazon.com.