In the interest of transparency . . ., this book is a project of my organization, Atlanta Women in Business, conceived in 2008 and now in print in 2010.
It would not have come into being without the perseverance of Project Manager Angela Durden, whose “hands-off” message to the organization was 100% respected.
Her story, combined with those of Marla Brown, Eleanor Morgan and Peggy Parks, is what makes this book an inspiration, really a “kick in the pants”, for any American woman who has ever dreamed of starting a business of her own and thought there were just too many obstacles in her way. These four women started businesses of their own, creating success for themselves, their families and their employees, and had fun in the midst of lots of hard work. You can do it, too!
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