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When you think about it working in a business with others is little different from a sole trader trying to achieve objectives.

In a businessrepparttar leader will be thinking strategically while encouraging and guiding others to meet corporate objectives. The sole trader will be split, working onrepparttar 151201 immediate needs ofrepparttar 151202 business with an eye onrepparttar 151203 horizon.

Whatever our particular situation corporate or individual our success will be based on our ability to always be aware of strategic goals and making sure we get there inrepparttar 151204 end no matter what it takes.

So who do we most rely on? Answer that question and you will know whether you are a leader or a manager.

If you are a leader you will thrive inrepparttar 151205 entrepreneurial world. If you are manager you are probably best suited to some form of employment. Only by knowing for yourself honestly will you getrepparttar 151206 right fit.

Tow Obstacles arerepparttar 151207 things a person sees when he takes his eye offrepparttar 151208 goal.

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Price Formation

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