Top 6 Entrepreneurial Mistakes

What are the common mistakes that new entrepreneurs make and how can you avoid making them yourself? Here is ldgaryceo.com’s top 10 list of mistakes people make when starting a business: 1) Not enough money. The most common reason why new businesses shut down is that the owner runs out of money. Cash flow is critical to a startup business. You could be profitable and still have to close your doors because your customers are taking too long to pay you. Cash is king in a startu

Hello 2016!

As we anticipate the dawn of a new year, we become introspective about the prior months—reviewing what we’ve accomplished and how we plan to improve our lives in the coming year. There’s something about ending one time era and entering a new one that brings about an appreciation for a clean slate. Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV) 11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. The New Year is an o

7 Ways to Go BIG in 2016

With 2016 fast approaching, many entrepreneurs are spending at least part of their holiday break finalizing their plan of attack for the New Year. While many business owners are busy trying to get 2015 wrapped up, it is just as important that you take the time to focus on what 2016 will hold. Here are seven ways to consider when planning the next mountain your business will climb in 2016. 2. Build a team immersed in your vision. For me, it’s more than just hiring experienced