The Third Edition of this classic book is totally updated and expanded. Readers will learn how to start and grow a private practice or consulting business. New topics include service marketing, consulting on the Web, new ethical and legal problems, ownership issues, and how to create your retirement. The book presents strategies from top nutrition entrepreneurs. New to this edition: 44 pages of sample business forms and sample contracts, letters of agreement, promotion letters and legal forms.Dietitians can negotiate this for themselves or with a lawyer, but often first time authors dona#39;t know what to ask for and where problems arise. ... Many publishers will not look at manuscripts that are not submitted through agents they know and trust. ... percent of your royalties plus some expenses, they want to feel certain you will earn enough money to be Worth their time and effort. ... Ellen Coleman, a dietitian from California, originally self-published her book, Eating For Endurance .
|Title||:||The Entrepreneurial Nutritionist|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2002-01-01|