Category: Planning
The end of the road
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In Alice in Wonderland, poor Alice is lost and increasingly confused when she asks the Cheshire Cat for help in finding a way. A way to she’s-not-quite-sure-where. The Cheshire Cat tells her that if you don’t know where you’re going, it doesn’t matter what road you take. It’s a tactical vs. strategic thing. Before you start asking whether you should [...]

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Financial help is just a call away
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My goal in writing this blog is NOT to fill these pages with detailed, in-depth boring academic chirping to make me feel good about myself.  No – it’s not about me at all, as Susan pointed out last week.  I’ll write about myself and my business and money experiences, but in the end, it will be about you, the small [...]

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Avoiding “Three-Nail Bookkeeping”
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I heard a bad joke once about ”three-nail bookkeeping”:  one nail for the unpaid bills, one nail for the collected invoices, and the third nail to hang oneself.  Well, doesn’t that just make you want to quit your day job and work for yourself.  Depressing. But as I look at why small businesses fail, a major reason that keeps coming up [...]

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