“You must pay taxes. But there’s no law that says you gotta leave a tip.”
~ Morgan Stanley advertisement
To catch up to part three, see parts 1 and 2 on how to succeed in any business.
“Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”
~ George Santayana
As promised, we are back, and talking about your favorite subject – how to succeed in any business from a financial perspective. No one said this would be easy, but believe me, a bit of work, some discipline, and you will have financially less stress to deal with in your business.
Here are some more suggestions for what you should put into the works in your business, as of yesterday. If you are not doing the following in your business, you are probably not going to meet your true potential and are doing yourself a disservice.
We all must suffer one of two things: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret and disappointment. What we must understand however is that regret and disappointment hurt far worse than discipline.
~ Jim Rohn
This is a tale of two barbers, one on our corner and one across the street. Both know their craft and do a magnificent job in cutting hair. One has been in business for many years, and the other opened shop more recently, but has also been in business for quite some time.