|January 6, 2015|
|Here's why the possibilities for your business in 2015 are endless|
|By Jim Connolly|
Someone just emailed me to ask what my predictions were for small business owners in 2015. Here's the best answer I can come up with right now:
I believe that 2015 is going to be a lot like 2014, 2013… and 1973.
What do I mean?
The tools have changed, but the basics of growing a successful business remain the same. As a result, here's what we will see in 2015.
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