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How entrepreneurs can grow in four important steps

Arguably the most difficult part of an entrepreneur’s job is managing him or herself; especially those starting a business by themselves. After all, there may be no one challenging them to reach higher, no one to defer to when the answers aren’t there, and no one to help in the transition from working in the business to working on the business.

Do you have what it takes to become an entrepreneur?

Not everyone has what it takes to become an entrepreneur. Common traits go beyond being the smartest, most talented, or access to resources that give them the proverbial “leg up.” Success comes from what seems to be minor disciplines that eventually will help them stand out among their peers.

3 reasons why small businesses should consider outsourcing

As every small business owner knows, it can be tough to let go. You've built your business from the ground up. You put in the sweat equity to make it successful. Your level of personal investment is unmatched by employees or contractors who come and go.

Common legal obstacles small business owners face

A successful business starts with a vision, but it doesn't end there. Turning that vision into a reality requires more than just hard work and dedication. It also involves countless practical and legal considerations.

Entrepreneurs will need help with their business

Starting your own business takes a certain mindset. You have to be courageous and confident, as well as prepared and flexible. The entrepreneurial spirit is a glorious one, but when you go down the entrepreneurial path, it is important to realize that you will run into problems and roadblocks. When these things pop up, you will need to ask questions and get answers. Needing help isn't a weakness -- it is an inherent part to starting a business.

Entrepreneurs build successful companies with positive employees

An upbeat and cheerful person can increase one's optimism by 11 percent. However, a negative person doubles the likelihood that others will become unhappy, according to one study. The same may be said for one's business. While every job may require working with a variety of personalities, entrepreneurs in Georgia may need to be especially careful about the people who are invited into their businesses.

What to consider when choosing a business location

Entrepreneurs in Georgia spend lots of time scoping out potential locations to start their business at. The location is one of the most important aspects of starting up, as it can make or break the success of a fledgling company. So what should an aspiring business owner consider when scouting for the best spot in town?

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