Homemade Business Tools – “Use what you’ve got” by Barbara Corcoran with Bruce Littlefield.

Homemade Business Tools – “Use what you’ve got” by Barbara Corcoran with Bruce Littlefield.

To a newbie in business, this book by Barbara Corcoran is the easiest tool to start moving. The book has everything homemade coming from mom’s teachings and lending into the sophisticated world out there. The versatility created by the book is in understanding how home tools, could be such admirable lessons into the business world. One can find the transation of these home hacks into the business world, as a mirror image from microcosm to macrocosm.
The book is not just about business or the monetary outcome gained after executing the skill in the world, the book also conveys the simplified form of growth discovered inside the four walls of a house.

Barbara Corcoran who started her business from scratch, is the founder of the Corcoran Group.The book has a bundle of everything, from managing a team, to expanding a business, to dealing with challenges and much more. “Use what you’ve got” is a story in itself.

One who has never been to the business school will find this book a great inspiration to begin.

The story-telling opted by the author makes the book enriching and enticing. Reading stories inculcating into a realife business lesson is worth witnessing.

Work Cited

Corcoran Barbara and Bruce Littlefield. “Use what you’ve got”. Penguin Group. 2003. Print.

Ansulika Paul

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Ansulika Paul is a poet, author, researcher and filmmaker. She is a filmmaker by heart and a film critic by words.

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