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“Beware of little expenses; a small leak will sink a great ship.” — Benjamin Franklin, early American political leader, scientist, and polymath
- Overhead is the minimum ongoing resources required for your business to continue operations.
- The lower your Overhead, the less revenue you need to keep going.
- Overhead is critically important if you’re building your company on a fixed amount of capital. The faster you spend it, the more quickly you’ll need to bring revenue.
- A lower Overhead means more flexibility.
Questions for Consideration:
- How much are you spending each month, even if you don’t sell anything?
- How can you minimize your business’ expenses without decreasing critical capabilities?
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