… that the world needs more curious entrepreneurs who truly understand why their businesses exist, who understand that “what” and “how” are meaningless without “why”.
… that successful people know when to ask for help. Founders very rarely have all the skills or knowledge they need to tackle every aspect of a growing business.
… that if you fail to plan, you are most likely planning to fail.
… that poor cash management is one of the most common reasons for insomnia among small business owners.
… that small businesses need to be resourceful; the CEO is often mopping the floor just as often as making sales pitches.
… that decisions are best made with accurate, timely and relevant information. I’m old-school that way.
… that what we can measure we can manage.
… that it’s good to take risks but it’s also good to manage those risks.
… that equal work deserves equal pay, regardless of gender.
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