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  • Business ownership doesn't have to be complicated

    Fill the need.  Really, that's all you need to do when you are a business owner.  If you can remember to fill the need then you are positioning your business for success.
     
    I read a story about a fairly young chef in town here who is now the operator of 5 different restaurants.  Think about that.  It's tough to operate just one restaurant business but this young man has managed to flourish with multiple operations. Hats off to him.
     
    I suppose my point is to get moving and do your research to find out what it is you want to do and then establish a plan to get it moving.
     
    If people would spend less time moaning about how lucky someone else is to be self employed and take a chance on opening their own enterprise, we would all benefit.
     
    There are countless stories I've heard over the years on how little money was spent to launch a successful business.  For some reason, people presume you need to start with a lot of money.  It certainly doesn't hurt to have a bunch of money but mostly passion for what you do and a plan are going to help.
     
    I heard the story about a mexican restaurant which started humbly with the pots and pans from their home and less than 20 dollars in cash.  Was it a risk?  Yes, but that business and others have flourished from humble origins.
     
    I am a CPA in San Antonio and serve individuals and small businesses in San Antonio and surrounding areas. We offer bookkeeping, payroll, taxes and more to meet your needs. Give us a call for a free initial visit.

    Richard J. Garcia | 06/15/2010