Don’t Start A Business Until You Read This

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1. Develop a powerful message

2. Focus on the customer and fully understand the market

3. Start small and grow

4. Understand your own strengths, skills, and time available

5. Surround yourself with advisors and mentors

6. Get a mentor

7. Write a business plan

8. Know your numbers

9. Understand there are no entitlements

10. Have a passion for what you are doing

When in doubt, don’t go it alone

  1. Never have a relax time because you need to grow your business and keep going, you can’t do it like a job. You cannot take day off.
  2. Flexible? I was so flexible that I didn’t have time to work, from opening the eyes, until closing the eyes, the contents of work.
  3. so don’t overtime? not overtime anymore guys, but dawn meet at dawn work.
  4. No Pressure? The reality is the pressure is getting heavier, a lot of people are living from our business, if we just don’t bother, what do they want to eat?

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My writing is about My life journey from miserable to Significant. I hope my unique story inspires, educate & informs others! Entrepreneur, Sales Expert, Actor

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My writing is about My life journey from miserable to Significant. I hope my unique story inspires, educate & informs others! Entrepreneur, Sales Expert, Actor

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