Some Books for Notary Business

Most of the questions that notaries ask online can be answered by reference to any number of business books.

From getting started with a small business, finding and screening clients, marketing to those screened clients and/or the general public, determining what to charge and many other matters, all these topics have been researched by experts or analyzed by successful men and women. These books contain many different voices and varied focuses, so there should be something for everyone in your local library and/or online.

While you can learn a good deal from online content and in-person classes, there’s always a level of learning that only comes from reading a good book. And having a strong business book collection that you can refer to whenever you need it can keep you out of trouble, especially when your mentor or trainer is not available.

So, which books should be in your collection? Here are some that are on my library shelves. Please feel free to suggest your favorites in the comments.

Notary Best Practices by Michael Closen
Marketing books – including some
by Harry Beckwith
Books on Research and other topics
Small business and freelancing
and other topics
Starting a business, freelancing,
branding and marketing

About Tim Gatewood

60+, male, widowed/single. Writer with a day job. Notary Public. #catdaddy Science fiction and fantasy fan, avid reader, Founder of the Darrell Awards. Author of _Getting Started As A Notary Signing Agent_ (available from https://notarymemphis.wordpress.com/books). Please be kind to one another.
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1 Response to Some Books for Notary Business

  1. lizhead1952@gmail.com says:

    Great collection. Thanks for sharing!

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