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I’ve met several people over the years who wanted to leave the corporate ranks of wage slavery and become independent business people…and who thought that owning a business was the ticket to Good Life City via Easy Street.
Wrong. Whether you are a startup or a decades-old veteran of business, you must devote yourself relentlessly to your company. (P.S. Those folks’ make-believe venture into entrepreneurship was short-lived, and they are now safely back earning a weekly pay check at a desk owned by someone else.)
The bottom line: A business only takes care of you if you take darn good care of it. There is no such thing as a company that runs itself. So work hard. Make money. And have fun. — JR Ingrisano
"A business never gets so old that it will
take care of itself."
– Henry Huff
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