The 3-Step Startup Journey




Starting a business isn’t a singular event, but a journey with three important phases: permission, planning, and practice.  


Entrepreneur.  Rick Terrien   .  March 12, 2020

... you must plan strategies and business processes that make you increasingly proficient in the professional practice you’re creating. It’s vital that you learn and improve with every transaction. Building a successful practice means establishing a professional business model as well as a subject expertise.

You can enter any part of our economy at a small scale that matches your goals and aspirations. But it’s crucial to build a professional practice and personally grow in professionalism as you develop your business model. Treat your business like the professional practice it is right from the start. 


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