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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Nuts and Bolts

"Drive thy business or it will drive thee." - Benjamin Franklin


Think about it.  Benjamin Franklin, one of the famed Founding Fathers of America, shared these words regarding business.  Consider Franklin the businessman and inventor, even the philanthropist, not the diplomat and ambassador.  Franklin was a publisher of Poor Richard's Almanac as well as a printer, author, painter and inventor.  Franklin fanatics have plenty to aim at as objects of their affection since Franklin was involved in all sorts of venturesHe knew both prosperity and failure.  Experience taught him and taught him well.

Learn from Franklin's words.  Get in the driver's seat of your own business.  Start running your business before your business runs your life and runs you into the ground.  Drive your business.  Do not let your business drive you.  Get your rear back into the driver's seat and get in control of your business.

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