I have followed Gospel for Asia for years now. They are a trustworthy organization
The blog is from my friend Larry. We were roommates back in the 90’s and he is a mighty man of Yahoveh. (E)
- India Missionary Released After Eight Years of False Imprisonment (faithinspires.wordpress.com)
- International Women’s Day Brings Laser Focus to Violence Against Women (faithinspires.wordpress.com)
- CHARACTER OR COSTUME?!! – Bishop K P Yohannan (bishopkpyohannan.wordpress.com)
Any of us can start a business. To do so, all we must do is discover a customer need, fill that need at agreeable prices for both customers and us, and bada bing bada boom, we are in business.
Sounds easy enough, right? Why aren’t more people doing it?
The answer is simple: money.
It takes money to buy supplies, equipment, rent a shop, advertise, hire workers, meet state and federal laws, insurances, provide salaries, and dozens of other things.
Yet, no matter how well we plan and budget ahead of time, the amount of money needed to get the business off the ground will always be much more than we figure. Always. This seems to work according to the precepts of Murphy’s Law: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong, and at the most inopportune time.”
Okay, now that the heavy stuff is out of the way, I…
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