The Startup: Your First Advisor


December 29th, 2011

“Entrepreneurs are expected to be experts in every discipline, to be able to do anything and make every decision. It can be a tough and lonely job.”   Will Limkemann

Mr. Limkemann’s quote is accurate.  Entrepreneurs have an extremely difficult job and are forced to make decisions based on limited knowledge.

There is a solution. The first step is to form a good advisory board.  Next, is to  hire a good local attorney.  In a startup mode, you can probably get some preliminary advice for free.

Will Linkemann, the author of The Successful Home Business Guide was a recent guest on Entrepreneurs Club Radio.  He talks about that first advisor and how vitally important he can be.

Please listen here.