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small town_1.jpgI absolutely DESPISE the term “small business.” I think it’s misleading and downright demeaning!

There is NOTHING small about a small business if it gives the entrepreneur the life he or she wants! If that business takes care of a family, there’s nothing small about it. If the business creates jobs, there’s nothing small about it. If the business betters its community, there’s nothing small about it. If the business makes the life of even ONE customer better, there is NOTHING small about that business!

The only usefulness of the term “small business” is that it’s easier to say than “entrepreneurship.” Just try saying “entrepreneurship” a few times fast and see what a slip up sounds like!

Any business that does some good is not small at all. There is nothing small about a “small business!”

Any time you build a new business, any time there’s an end-use customer getting a product and enjoying it better than a competitor might be able to offer them, you’ve created wealth for our society. So, the best way for you to make money is to create wealth!”– Paul Zane Pilzer, The Fountain of Wealth

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