When thinking about starting your own business, take the time to understand the cost of doing business. Discover the cost benefit ratio of every aspect of your new venture before you make costly mistakes!
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Before starting your own small business, take a local college-level Accounting course. Not only will it help you understand the financial parts of your new venture, you will be able to double check your bookkeeper’s work effectively.
Always be ready to showcase your best talents by reviewing your resume monthly. As new responsibilities get added to your job, be sure to remove the items of lesser importance.
If you spend any time doing freelance work, be certain to get permission from your clients to use them as references and resume builders. Saying “worked with a Fortune 500 company” is not as strong as “worked with Time Warner.”