Sometimes, a small business should stay that way.
Not everything has to scale. Entrepreneurship isn’t about creating the biggest company possible; it’s about creating the life you want for yourself. And if that life doesn’t involve making billions, or running a national business empire…you’re not alone.
Today, we discuss why one size (size L) doesn’t fit all. Independent business people around the world run permanently small businesses, and couldn’t be happier. Yes, there are downsides and challenges to being one of the little guys. There are also considerable advantages.
Whether you’re a solopreneur, in a partnership, or just running a small team or Mom & Pop shop, let’s consider keeping it small-time. Maybe you’re in it for the craft. Maybe you only want enough money to be independent. Maybe huge isn’t for you — it certainly isn’t for everyone. Click Play!
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