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Go Do!: For People Who Have Always Wanted to Start a Business by Jeremy Harbour

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CHAPTER 6

TAKING RESPONSIBILITY

When you are evaluating the risk of just doing it, why not try thinking of the risk of not doing it?

Try to imagine yourself in the driving seat of your business and think of all that you might gain; then look back at what you have now. This should put everything in perspective for you. If you think that your life is dull at the moment, then think of all of the opportunities you could have and how your life could change for the better when you start your own business.

Once you have got your ideas together there are a few other things that you must learn to develop.

Your Character versus Your Ego

Character is very important in running a business. I would break this into two main subjects. The first is taking responsibility ...

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