When does perseverance become pig-headed?
When does confidence become arrogance?
When does your gimmick become a trap?
Knowing when to quit digging is harder than most people realize, especially for entrepreneurs. After all, aren’t small businesses the world’s trail blazers?
This unusual grouping of animals has a great finance story to tell.
Really. They do.
Have you ever wondered when you should sit tight and when is the time for action?
Numbers geeks aren’t the only ones who can get caught up in the dreaded affliction Analysis Paralysis.
If you’ve ever spent more than 5 minutes with an Irish Setter you know that they never suffer from this terrible disease. While I love my dog (that’s her in the picture), she was not bred for brains but beauty and a great nose.
I’m sure a collective sigh of relief can be heard across the country as the US tax season ends.
You may have wondered if the pain would ever end. If the receipts would ever get sorted. Or if a new and cruel form of Groundhog Day had transformed your life.
If you haven’t thought about leaving your business, you should do so, because it affects today’s decision making. Your plan for leaving your business is known as an Exit Plan, and yes, even Solopreneurs have them. It’s helpful to know what your plan is because you need to optimize your activities toward your goal.
Before we get into the three exit strategies, realize that many traditional business exit plans–i.e. IPOs, mergers, acquisition, etc.–are off the table for Solopreneurs, leaving you only with three viable options.
This time of year always makes me bloody minded.
I have this image of a machete wielding crazy person hacking at my financial statements. I might even be the crazy person.
Yes even I, the numbers geek, do not enjoy this annual ritual.
Good news. There’s a way to put an end to this scary movie right now.