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One Fun Way to Avoid Becoming a Small Business Startup Fatality

Susan L Reid
American Express OPEN Forum
May 17, 2010

If you're an entrepreneur starting up a business, you've probably heard the following: The first year is going to be intense. You'll need to work 24/7 to get your business up and running. Then you'll have to work even harder to show a profit.

Why, then, do so many entrepreneurs, having gone through the blood, sweat, and tears of starting up a business, end up packing it in, in less than two years?

Because the one thing no one tells you when starting up a business is this: if you don't want to end up becoming a small business startup fatality, then during your first year, you must do one very important thing�take a vacation.

Discover the five reasons why not taking a vacation could spell disaster for your startup by reading, One Fun Way to Avoid Becoming a Small Business Startup Fatality.

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