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Larry Alton - Page 3
Freelance Writer & Former Entrepreneur
Becoming more productive starts with accepting the harsh truth that you likely waste just as much time as everyone else.
It doesn't take much to introduce a base layer of security in your small business -- so why allow your operation to be vulnerable a moment longer?
There are ample resources and opportunities for you to take your ideas to the next level. All that's left is for you to take them!
Focus on the known factors when you can, accept ambiguities -- and understand that failure is never the end of the road.
Paying attention to cash flow, competition and leadership quality are just a few things that can save your company in trying times.
The ability to motivate and galvanize a team is the difference between leaders and managers.
Fake it 'till you make it. Take baby steps. You have more support than you think. Keep on truckin'.
Not every ebb and flow of being an entrepreneur is a walk in the park. But be sure to stop and smell the roses along the way.
When many companies offer similar products at similar prices the customer's feel for the brand is the crucial distinction.
The employee you have to keep the closest eye on is yourself.
Real leaders are too busy meeting their responsibilities to worry if they are "real'' leaders.