Starting your own business

I am regularly contacted by individuals who are starting up their own business or have already started.

And it is obvious to me that they will fail.

They are asking the wrong questions or are underfinanced or are unable to see the things about which they cannot cut corners.

The simply cannot discern and discriminate between what’s important and priority and what is less consequential on the overall outcome of the venture.

It is a shame, but at the same time it is the natural order of things that some or many startups will fail.

And the few will succeed, and the minority thrive.

Learn more about small business on this website of mine.