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Being an entrepreneur in a time of uncertainty

by The 100 Companies

Whose five-year business plan included a pandemic? Certainly not mine.

Sometimes it seems like the world is falling apart and there is simply no way for a small business to stay afloat, let alone prosper. One of the lessons I teach my daughter is when you focus on the “problem” you may miss another opportunity that arises.

The next few months (or more) will be challenging. If you keep your eyes open and your goals focused, you are more likely to rise above this obstacle.

Email me stories about entrepreneurs who are innovating or helping others, for a possible feature. 

Cyndee Woolley, APR, C2 Communications 

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