Getting cash into small business hands in two days sounds good, but is this good for the economy and for taxpayers? Or is it a return to the Wild West?
And the last few weeks have shown that I’m getting there. But there’s much more to do.
I have mulled this repeatedly: this is my issue, but does that make it the company’s issue?
For many entrepreneurs, accounting is the last thing they think about when they start a business.
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There’s lots of information about scaling up, but scaling down can be just as challenging and just as important.
If the numbers for your project make sense at today's rates, consider proceeding with the investment.
Last week, I started testing a system with one of my teammates. I feel like I’m in withdrawal.
Meet a pool contractor who’s too busy to figure out how to stop turning away business.
I spend a lot of time looking at the issues other entrepreneurs confront. It often seems clear to me what these entrepreneurs should do. But when it comes to my own business, it’s not always so clear.