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Work Week: Capital Region entrepreneurs on what they wish they’d known at the start

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“I’d tell myself to have more confidence and to trust my gut. I’d also tell myself to find a business consultant/mentor outside of the company who could guide my understanding of business fundamentals, legal concerns, accounting/cash flow, partnerships, and management experience (of people and projects). Lastly, I’d tell myself to not try to do everything at once. By breaking tasks into simpler quarterly goals and focusing on what’s important, not urgent, I can accomplish far more than running around without my head.”

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