When you made the decision to become a solopreneur did it feel like a wild and reckless risk? If you continued taking wild and reckless risks, you wouldn’t have a business any more. If you never took another risk, you wouldn’t have a business any more. How do you decide when a risk is worth taking?
Take charge and evaluate business situations and opportunities. Tara Hornor, Up and Running Blog at Bplans, explains, “When you take risks, you are taking charge, which is something you have to do as a business owner anyway. Taking charge means that you are responsible for organizing your thoughts and gathering them together, and choosing which calculated risks should be taken for your business.”
For more tips, read Hornor’s article, How to Take Calculated Risks in Business to Reduce Losses.
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Meet The Team…
This issue's spotlight is on Dianne Moon and Team, Bookkeeping. We value and admire…
~ Their proficiency in QuickBooks bookkeeping services results in accurate filings with the government.
~ Their up-to-date bookkeeping software provides easier year-end audits.
~ Their bookkeeping services lower the accountant's fees for customers.
~ They bring the knowledge of government regulations and deadlines, avoiding penalties.
~ They are conscientious and detail minded and can work with not-for-profit, charitable and for profit organizations.