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Understanding zoning and other restrictions before you start your business will save you big headaches (and money) later.
Whatever it is you need to get done, approach it with self-assurance.
Don't tell us why you want to start a homebased business--we already know. Just get to work on your dream.
Treat your voice-mail system like a personal assistant, particularly if you're away from the office during the day.
Don't go walking out onto that start-up tightrope without the support of loved ones to steer you in the right direction.
When push comes to shove, friends and family are the ones to turn to.
With an anonymous hold preventing consideration of a bill to aid small businesses affected by the terrorist attacks, small business waits its turn for relief.
Good idea? Check. Good advice? Check. Congratulations! You're on your way to start-up.
You're an entrepreneur. Let's celebrate!
Make sure customers understand why your company exists.
There are millions of business ideas out there, but only one can turn into your first start-up.
One brick at a time, we can still pursue our dreams.