Don't procrastinate

I’ve heard some people advise would-be business owners to not move ahead with their business until they have investigated every last detail of the business they want to start and are absolutely sure it’s all going to work and be profitable. The problem with that approach is that it leads to procrastination. No one ever really has all the pieces in place – even after they’ve started their business. Yes, you need to research the market, have a rudimentary plan in place, and do things like getting a tax id if needed, register with local officials, if required, etc. But if you try to make everything perfect before you launch, you may never get around to starting your business at all

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