1. Assume that your estimates are wrong—and save for a rainy day. No matter how carefully you plan, you won’t be able to accurately predict the “weather” of your operating environment. Be sure to give yourself a healthy margin for error. In other words, keep a nice cushion of “extra” money in your account for those surprise bills.
2. Don’t underestimate the value of a good customer. Remember that your customers are the reason you exist. Be good to them. Don’t let success change your mission to give every client and customer the royal treatment. They are, after all, the fac...(register to read more)
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