There is a difference between desire and decision. After a bad day at work, or when a particularly big bill you hadn't expected arrives, every ... Show synopsis There is a difference between desire and decision. After a bad day at work, or when a particularly big bill you hadn't expected arrives, every working person wants to have more money, wants to be his or her own boss. But really: that feeling is temporary. It's a reaction to current circumstances, and - for whatever reason - it will fade fairly quickly. That is the first lesson to learn in starting your own business: not everyone was meant to have one. Sometimes, of course, that desire persist. It will become solid and strong - something that doesn't fade in hours or days. And it's that driven desire that can lead you to make a decision - one that will change your life. And that's why you're holding this book in your hands, or reading it on your screen: because that fleeting dream just won't go away ... and you think you may really want to start a cleaning business of your own. This book will help you make an intelligent decision.