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When beginning a new venture, are you able to invest for success?

WRITTEN BY STEVE MARR
TUESDAY, 9 APRIL 2019

Scripture reminds us, "Can rushes grow without water?" (Job 8:11 NASB).

We would never plant bulrushes unless we knew plenty of water was available. When starting a new business venture, ensure you understand and plan for the amount of work, assets, and cash required to turn the corner. If you come up short, don't start. Most new businesses fail because of underfinancing or underestimating the work required to launch. Plan ahead to have the water needed to nourish your business early, and watch your establishment sprout up into a great success.

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Scripture reminds us, "Can rushes grow without water?" (Job 8:11 NASB).

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Jesus said, "For which one of you, when he wants to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, to see if he has enough to complete it?" (Luke 14:28 NASB) Download your Free Guide to Growing Your Business God's Way

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