Small and big businesses go bankrupt all the time. This is probably the reason why some people are hesitant about starting their own business. I feel the same way. Although there are times when I feel strongly about starting one, it ends up not pushing through. Not only is my savings not enough as capital but I’m also afraid that I’d end up losing more money than generating profit if the business fails.
I Wish They Taught Money In High School – So I can Start My Own Business by Sharon Que is the second part of the book I Wish They Taught Money In High School. It touches on making money through entrepreneurship in a simplified way even with little capital. You can either start your own or get into franchising. You can also try your hand at investing. The author tells her readers to not be afraid to take risks when it comes to business because they might end up earning more. I liked the book a lot because it’s simple, straight-forward, and presented in a conversational tone. The illustrations are cool as well. Even kids will have fun reading this and it’s such a great way to start them off with learning about money and business.