RE: It's far easier to hold onto people than it is to get new people.

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Change can be scary and people like to feel safe in the knowledge of where they are and what they are doing.

I have never thought of business in this manner. My thought has been that "if a client misbehaves,I will show him that a the contracted also have rights" You know there is this slogan we have here that customers are always right and they can do anything to you including public assult is right cause they are your customers. Now that philosophy has a way of undervaluing a business man. Well maybe they always say that because they want to win the trust of the people they are doing business with thereby permanently owning them. Now I know that they are afraid of change most especially in this world of mixed multitude all in the name of entrepreneurs. I have learnt now and I will make necessary adjustments.

Most start-ups fail and it can be due to lack of money or lack of staying power by the owners.

Now concerning this, I was almost backing out of business sometimes in February when I completed a project for someone and when it was time to get the remaining payment,problem came and I tried all way possible to keep the connect but it was just not visible so I had to let it go.

Money is very important in making a business work. One of the major reason why some start ups don't last according to my observation is that they get less of their expectations in a transaction.

Word of mouth plays a big part in growth and if that is positive it will lead others to find you.

I always long to get positive feedback from my customers because that will bring others to me.

Trust me this is really a great write up that will help many starters like me.

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