|September 26, 2013|
|They lied: You NEVER pay the price for success!|
|By Jim Connolly|
| As a business owner, you never pay the price for success, however, you do pay a hefty price for failure.
The price of failure is being paid daily, though most business owners are blind to it until they get the bill at the end.
• You pay a price for lacking commitment.
• You pay a price for refusing to invest in your business.
• You pay a price for missing opportunities.
• You pay a price for ducking the important decisions. [...]
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