Daily demands can distract from long-term success

06/13/2013 | Intuit Small Business Blog

New problems crop up constantly when you are a small-business owner, but jumping from one urgent situation to the next might lead to poor decision-making in the long run, says Alan Melton of Small Business Coach Associates. It's important for business owners to develop a plan for reaching their goals and to set aside time for daily activities such as dealing with e-mail and doing research, according to consultant Kim Bowsher.

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