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How to Get Life Independence and Financial Freedom Using Your Business

How to Get Life Independence and Financial Freedom Using Your Business

It’s a new year.  Then economy seems headed in the right direction. And, from all the privately owned business owners I talk with they are aggressively looking to grow this year.

These are all good things, but be careful!  If you’re focused just on achieving growth without a reason you could be just as miserable with a growing business as you are with a stagnant one!…

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Have You Learned to Think Like a Business Owner?

Have You Learned to Think Like a Business Owner?

The Employee Scenarios Defined

Several events recently occurred with client businesses that have made me take a step back and really try to understand why business owners make some of the decisions that they do!  For nearly a year I have been advising one client to put better employee systems in place. …

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5 Reasons to Make Business Self-Sustainability a Priority

5 Reasons to Make Business Self-Sustainability a Priority

Business self-sustainability is one of the key topic I write about regularly.  That’s because there are so many benefits that you get by focusing on business self-sustainability. The last post titled, How Big Do You Need to Grow Your Business for Self-Sustainability?, I showed how little business growth is really necessary to have business self-sustainability. …

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What Is a Self-Sustaining Business?

What Is a Self-Sustaining Business?

I talk about a creating self-sustaining business all the time.  In fact, it’s what we do a DE, Inc.!

Assist small business owners in growing a self-sustaining business.

But, what does a self-sustaining business really look like?  And, how do you know that you’ve created one?…

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Entrepreneurs Build an Asset NOT Just a Job

Entrepreneurs Build an Asset NOT Just a Job

I picked the entrepreneur topic because I am up to my neck in interviews this week.  A client finally admitted he didn’t want to do his job any more so we are trying to find his replacement.  An example of how too many small business owners start a business as a job, not for self-sustainability as an ongoing asset!…

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