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Most companies want to get bigger and earn more. They hire more people, set up big offices and seek more buyers. A “company of one” stays small by design. In this bestseller, Paul Jarvis, himself a company of one, shows how to start and run a small firm, though not necessarily a one-person operation. With a small company, you know what your clients want because you talk to them. Jarvis raises one caveat: Staying small sounds ideal, but consider how much time you’d need for marketing, administration and such to live small and thrive.
About the Author
Paul Jarvis worked in IT with Microsoft, Yahoo, Mercedes-Benz, and other clients. He teaches online classes, hosts podcasts and develops software from his island home off the British Columbia coast.