5 Common Small Business Mistakes

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For every story of a successful business that takes off from a modest start, there are many more tales of failure or regret. While this shouldn't discourage one from take a brilliant idea and turning it into a thriving business, there are some common mistakes that should be avoided in doing so. These errors aren't just common; they can be deadly to any entrepreneurial endeavor. (For related reading, also check out Are You An Entrepreneur?)
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