Do you know how dishonest buyers will abuse your business if you sell tangible goods and how to protect yourself from it? Do you want a quick and informing crash course about how to start your own business and stop worrying about finding employers? Do you want to know some of the many pitfalls of entrepreneurship that many do-it-yourself business owners fall into (that they will never admit to you) and how to trivially avoid them? Do you -- want to be a businessman? This book is made from the authors research into at least half a dozen factual books on entrepreneurship, packaged into a short presentation that anyone should be able to read through in an hour or two and learn about the practicalities and the benefits of starting a business without hiding the considerable liabilities that it entails. In this book, practice really means practice in the sense of what you should know to accomplish the business outcomes such as sustainable budgeting and profits. There is no need for summaries as this book is already in the skimmer-friendly summarized form. It is written with a simple language that is easy and fun to read. This book is especially useful for those who are still hopelessly relying on other people and organizations for economic sustenance and seek to strengthen their position as successful breadwinners on the job market. There is no complete business book on a changing market and this does not waste readers' time or pages trying to be that. It is there to help you be an entrepreneur. The short-form means the chapter content is about 22 pages long, so you don't have to reserve a week for it and won't get stuck with this book for too long.