Business Books

Crestron Programming Company Owner Offers Simple Advice for Business Growth

Matthew Grisafe has been a business owner for 20 years now. He runs AV Programming Associates (AVPA), a company that does customized programming for smart homes and businesses. If you’ve ever been in a high-end home in which all the systems (audiovisual, lighting, HVAC, security, and more) can be managed and automated from a single touch panel, it may have been programmed by a … [Read more...]

3 Books I Found Helpful as a Solopreneur

I’m the type of person who would rather snuggle up with a good self-improvement book than spend my time reading a book in any other genre. As a solopreneur intent on providing my clients the best service possible, many of these books fall into the business realm. Yet, one thing I’ve noticed is that a majority of these writings are geared toward employee-based companies. They … [Read more...]

Startup and Entrepreneurship Books Every Founder Should Read

These days most of us default to gaining information from podcasts, YouTube videos, social media, maybe a blog post or the occasional TedTalk. But there are some topics that need more than a quick 5 minute read or easy-to-digest video. If you want exposure to new ideas and more diverse knowledge, then picking up a book is important — especially when it comes to building a … [Read more...]

Want to Promote Your Business Book Where the Business Owners Are?

Have you written a book on some aspect of business or entrepreneurship? Are you looking for a reputable place to promote your business book? Businessing Magazine is an ideal location for authors of business books to get the word out about their latest books on a high-traffic, relevant website. Your target audience is our readership! Our site regularly reaches more than … [Read more...]

New E-Book Highlights How Stylehawk Event Services in San Diego Came to Be

At Businessing Magazine, we see a lot of books written by entrepreneurs that talk about their journey to business ownership. Sometimes those journeys take an expected path—a person goes to school and learns a skill or trade, they work for someone else in their chosen industry for a time, and then they branch out into starting their own business. Other times, however, the … [Read more...]

Entrepreneurs: Write That Book–But Not Just Any Book

Last week, I came across an article that got my attention. How could it not have? Seeing just the title: Dear Entrepreneurs: Please Don’t Write a Book—We’re Begging You, I was hooked. After all, I’ve spent a lot of time telling entrepreneurs they should write books, and now Ryan Holiday, an author for whom I have immense respect and admiration is saying they shouldn’t? I had to … [Read more...]

What I Found When Looking for “Simple Business Advice”

As a freelance writer who specializes in health and wellness, personal development, and self-defense related content, I spend a majority of my day online searching for the latest research and most current information in these life improvement fields. The more up- to-date I can stay on my topics of expertise, the better I can help my clients grow their online presence, growing … [Read more...]

Connecting With Potential Clients Through Storytelling

Meet the Groves family: Michael and Sandra, and their two children, Sasha and Liam. Also, meet their home. Yes, you read that correctly. Their home is a custom-designed luxury smart home that acts almost as a fifth member of their family. In the new e-book written by AV Programming Associates (AVPA) president Matthew Grisafe, you’ll find the story of a day in the life of this … [Read more...]

DIY Publishing for Your Business Book: Don’t Do It!

One of my favorite things about being an entrepreneur is that every day is different. I’m constantly learning how to do new things and tackling all sorts of interesting problems I had never seen before becoming my own boss. A lot of it is out of necessity—after all, if I don’t take responsibility for my business, who will? The DIY mentality is essential for success as a … [Read more...]