Starting a New Business? Get a Second, Third and Fourth Opinion
Most entrepreneurs understand that starting a new business means being willing to work long, hard hours for at least the first two years and probably longer. You believe you can handle the pressures and the risks and you think you have the necessary skills. But before diving in, ask three people who know you well to honestly tell you what they think. Worst case: You'll hear something you didn't want to know. Best case: You'll learn something valuable about yourself that will help you succeed.
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