As you’d expect, I’ve spent most of this week mulling what to do about the new business. And because I’m still quite torn, I’ve been doing what I always do: trying to get advice from other people. However, because it’s such a sensitive subject, that’s easier said than done. I can’t really speak to external people or current clients about it, because it would undermine confidence in the whole thing. My entrepreneur friends tend to be too bullish. And it’s hard to speak to internal people, because they’ll inevitably have some kind of personal agenda. In fact that’s true of almost anyone you talk to, I suppose... [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND COMMENT...]
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