Welcome to another book review brought to you by Your Friendly Neighborhood Computer Guy. I try to keep these reviews simple to read and concise in delivery so you can quickly find out if the book being reviewed is right for you. I will focus on books specifically about starting a computer business. If you’re in a hurry, skim the BOLD sentences and then read the Final Verdict.
Today I’ll be reviewing a book called How to Start and Run your own Computer Repair Business (HSRYOCB) by Joe A. Wisinski. I stumbled across this book while looking for a new book to review for this blog. The two other books I’ve already reviewed, Computer Repair Business Lessons Learned and Start your Own Computer Business, seem to be the most well-known among the do-it-yourself computer business crowd. But I was pleasantly surprised to find this one, along with a few more, that I will be reviewing over the coming months.
The front cover of HSRYOCB is pretty straight forward: a photo of the guts of an ATX computer case set against a white background. Lets see if there’s some meat underneath this unassuming exterior.