Paul E. Casey's thoughts on judgment 

Nothing has disappeared from the American landscape during my lifetime faster than good judgment. You can read all the books, including mine, about starting your own business, but in the end your success or failure comes down to whether you exercise good or bad judgment. If you exercise good judgment more often than bad, you have a good chance of succeeding. Unfortunately, like experience, good judgment can’t be taught. 

Posted by FTSS_admin Monday, January 11, 2016 6:51:00 AM

Paul E. Casey's thoughts on flexibility 

Hopefully, you and your family will only have to make minimal adjustments to your personal lives when you are starting a small business. But be aware that there may come a time, even after you have established your business, when you will have to make a significant change in your personal lifestyle to keep your business afloat.

Posted by FTSS_admin Tuesday, January 5, 2016 4:17:00 AM

Question from a user 

"What if a steady paycheck isn't important to me...can I still be a successful entrepreneur?"

Posted by FTSS_admin Tuesday, November 24, 2015 1:45:00 AM
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