Newly Published Running Your Own Business Features Section by Attorney Sandra M. Radna

Are you considering running your own business? Have you already begun, but you’re looking for the advice of seasoned professionals? Insiders Know How: Running Your Own Business may be the book you need. Our founding attorney, Sandra M. Radna, is one of 13 contributing authors, all of whom are considered the industry’s brightest minds and entrepreneurial thought-leaders.

Written with a conversational yet informative tone, the book provides business owners with practical, straightforward advice from some of the world’s most successful SME and large corporation experts and executives. With valuable insight and real-life case studies, the purpose of Running Your Own Business is to help new business owners “ride out the storms” and avoid “costly, time-consuming mistakes that can mean the difference between success and failure.”

Practicing law since 1993, Ms. Radna has spent decades honing her skills and sharing what she learns with her community. Her chapter, “Sustainable Business Growth Through Intentionally Defined Processes,” adds to her ever-expanding list of contributions. Her work covers a broad range of topics, from common law marriage to protecting elderly and mentally impaired patients.

Visit here to download a sample section of Insiders Know How: Running Your Own Business or purchase the book and read Ms. Radna’s contribution for $30.00.

At Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna, P.C., we strive to deliver more than expected. We are committed to raising the standard of excellence in counsel, representation, and community outreach. When you employ our support for your case, we work toward your goals with efficiency and dedication, because your success is as vital to us as it is to you. To learn why Long Island residents trust our firm with their most important cases, schedule a consultation or give us a call at (631) 400-3342 today.

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