I’m a big fan of Chris Guillebeau’s products, in particular the Empire Builder Kit which teaches you how to build a meaningful lifestyle business in one year and really helped me improve and hone my own business marketing strategy.
So I know Chris’s brand new product the Unconventional Guide to Law and Order will be a great resource, both for new business owners who are just getting started, and for people who’ve been running their own business for a while.
We business owners all need to stay on the right side of the law and while I’m sure that you and me are the ethical type, the kind of people who want to and try to do things by the book, there’s an awful lot to learn about business law. The fact is that there are a lot of potential for mistakes to be made when it comes to business land law and some of those mistakes could cost you a lot of money.
The Unconventional Guide to Law and Order will not only help you stay on the right side of the law but will also show you how to use law for good to build your business, create strong relationships, define clear terms in agreements and calculate your risks.
The Unconventional Guide to Law and Order demystified the world of contracts, liability, intellectual property rights, taxes and incorporation — and builds a better business by putting the law to work for you.
The Unconventional Guide to Law and Order will help you learn:
- Practical action steps to use legal tools to build your business;
- How to handle the most common legal issues faced by artists and entrepreneurs;
- How to craft a contract with the language required to protect your business and relationships;
- What legal business you can safely DIY, and when you need to call in a professional;
- The most important things you need to consider about protecting your intellectual property in the internet age.
If you have questions like these about running a business the guide will answer them:
- Do I need to incorporate my business? If so, what kind of incorporation do I need?
- What kind of intellectual property can be protected—and how do I protect it?
- Is a handshake and email enough to hire a contractor? What if something goes wrong?
- How can I license my artwork to sell?
- What kind of formal agreement do I need to have with a business partner?
- I’ve hired a designer, but who owns the work?
So if the legal issues of running a business are a concern for you, you can either spend two hours reading this resource and working through the action steps or pay an attorney $1,500 or more to tell you the same things.
Why I Promote the Unconventional Guides
I’m an affiliate for the Unconventional Guide to Law and Order and all of Chris Guillebeau’s products because I love them and know you’ll love them too. That means if you like his unconventional guides and buy them then I get a percentage of the cost but you don’t pay any extra.
Being an affiliate doesn’t make me rich but it does help to cover some costs of running Successful Blogging and support me as I support you with your digital marketing efforts.
You can read more in my disclosure policy but if you’d like to find out more about the Unconventional Guides, including the Empire Builder Kit or the Unconventional Guide to Law and Order, I’d love if you use those affiliate links. If it’s not something you’re interested in right now or if you’d rather not use the links that’s okay. Whatever happens I’ll be back with more blogging tips soon.
Final Thoughts on the Unconventional Guide to Law and Order
Even if you don’t live in the U.S. this guide still help you because law is different in every jurisdiction, across the U.S., across the world, and across the internet and the guide has been written with an investigative inquiry approach to help you figure out what you need to do, and what questions you need to ask no matter where you live.
Find out more about the Unconventional Guide to Law and Order including what you get, the guarantee and the prices here.