When I decided to go into business for myself, I had the fiery eyed look every new business owner gets. I was ready to take on the world. I was going to run a profitable business, take time off doing the things I enjoyed while my business virtually ran itself. I think as business owners, we’ve all been there.
And then I rolled up my sleeves and got to work. Looking back I wish there would have been a resource guide like this one that outlined so many great resources I didn’t even know were available to me. It took me years to uncover some of these, and to some extent I’ve used a vast majority of them. Some I still use, some I’ve grown out of, and some I hope to grow into.
I’ve amassed this list for you, the savvy entrepreneur, to assist you in moving your business forward at a faster pace than mine did. My hope for you is that your business succeeds beyond your wildest dreams and that this resource guide can propel you towards making more money, taking more time off and having a more smoothly run business.
Not sure this guide is for you? Here is a sample category of some of the resources. The business resource guide is simply too big to be a simple blog post, but you should at least be able to see a portion of it so you know what you’re downloading.
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