I have been in business since 2000 and it has been a steady diet of learning and relearning. Those things I thought I knew well changed and this necessitated that I shift, eliminate and add to those things with which I was most comfortable.
My husband has always been the financial leader in our business endeavors and this gave me an out, as I was all too happy not having to deal with budgets. What I've come to understand is that in order to enjoy the level of success that I am destined to enjoy--I must face the giant that is keeping track of the budget. I'll admit that it can be a scary undertaking but it is definitely one that is necessary. So often the visionary gets caught in a web of developing and production giving little time to the bottom line.
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I found this very interesting article that I thought would be helpful as you reassess your business strengths and weaknesses. I'd love your thoughts after you've read the article.http://www.thestreet.com/story/10371653/ten-reasons-why-small-businesses-fail.html