Small Projects

Did you know that most small businesses go bankrupt within three years after being established? I do not want to discourage you from starting a small business, but I want you to remember that starting a small business will require you to remember about many small things. Starting a small business requires a person to not only think about the bigger picture, but also about many small details such as ad opportunities, sales, or accounts. The problem is that many new business owners want to participate in large-scale projects. They want to make money fast and they want to sell large amounts of products fast.

-If you are a new business owner, do not forget that handling small projects can help you make money too. Do not turn somebody down only because he offered to buy one item from you or that somebody asked you to offer him a small service.

-Remember that if your business goes well, there will be time for bigger projects. Learn to do small projects that will prepare you to handle bigger projects.

-Always remember that small projects add up. It is sometimes better to have a few small clients rather than have one bigger client. If you have a few small projects, you also have a chance to diversify the risk in case something goes wrong. If you lost your only big client, you would be left with nothing.

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