Fri 23 Apr 2010
Posted by Small Business Guru under Industry Insights
Located within the NY Times Small Business section, here is an article on business groups written by Jay Goltz
“Running a small business requires some level of expertise in many areas. There are management issues, marketing questions and financial realities. Trying to master all areas, or at least sort them all out, can be frustrating, exhausting and scary. Entrepreneurship differs from many other “professions” in that by definition you are on your own: no colleagues back at the office, no mentor or boss to show you the way.
In addition, it is not just your paycheck that is at risk; it can be everything you have, not to mention money put up by friends and family.”