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Be careful when making decisions on how to "save" money. The real, total cost might look a little different.
The customers are stacking up, and help is nowhere in sight. How do you get here, and how do you fix it?
When customers feel pressured or even stalked instead of courted, a sale is less likely to result.
You're late, you're unfocused and you take without giving. Who would do business with you?
Not being able to focus is dangerous when it comes to running your business.
Hours at our desks in education or jobs is not the metric we should be setting.
One way to think of a business start-up: As a race car on an unpredictable course.
Make sure you're ready for the real-world consequences of the digital deal.
The cost of not having a well-thought out and validated plan may be much more than you can afford.
The exuberance of the young entrepreneur needs to be tempered by the wisdom of experience.