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I am not a big fan of the concept of “support small business” and it is definitely starting to become a hot topic. For instance, I was recently invited to be a guest on a podcast called, Small Business Matters. The reason I am so excited is that the hosts (who are also small business owners) are going to be talking about the things that make their business successful and how that makes them the kind of individuals they are today.

While being a small business owner has its challenges like a loss of clients and making it through the tough times, I’m glad to see that the concept of support small business is alive and well. This isn’t the first time that people have talked about this concept, but I’m hoping it will be the first time that the listeners actually listen to someone who is actually a small business owner talk about it.

I think that anyone with a business idea and the desire to make it successful, should be supporting that business. I support businesses that I love, because they arent just a way to make a few extra bucks, they are a way to build a great community and to have a better impact on their community. Im not saying that you should only support companies with a good track record but if you love it, dont be afraid to support it too.

I have a great idea how to support small businesses. I am a small business owner and I make sure my small business is supported and maintained. I go to events, I support them with a donation, I go to events for free, and I get to do what I want with my money. I support small businesses because I love them, and small businesses have great impact.

What is great about small businesses is that they are often the last to get started in areas like startups or the arts. That’s great because they are still small, and they can be creative and entrepreneurial. But often times they are just so small that they can’t be supported by the government. That’s why I support small business owners by donating to them. We don’t need large companies to support small businesses but small businesses should be supported by small government.

The problem is that if the government is so small that they cant be supported by the government, then small businesses are left to compete for government support. So what happens when a small business that can never make it big ever really starts getting big? They are just so small that they cant pay for their own government. But how do we fix this? We are not going to let the government run our economy. We are going to let the government provide for companies that have the potential to grow big.

So what can we do? Well, the first thing we need to do is provide for our own businesses. We’ve got to create a business opportunity that our companies are capable of producing and selling. If we can provide these opportunities to all of our companies, they can grow their businesses and then we will never need government support.

How many small businesses are there in America? One. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of small businesses is less than one for every 10,000 people. That seems like a small number, but when you look at the actual numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about one-half of all businesses are small. I think that there should be a law to allow small businesses to continue getting government assistance while still providing for their own needs.

I am not a big fan of the current government assistance program for small businesses called Small Business Administration. The SBA programs are designed to give small businesses a little bit more help than the government grants they are offered. They also tend to be relatively small, which makes them a little less efficient than the government grants. I support this change in SBA because there are so many small businesses.

I am a little more skeptical of the SBA because I believe it is a bit of a cash grab. They are asking small business owners to go to the IRS and actually pay taxes for their business. I don’t like this because it seems like small businesses need that help as much as their large size, but I don’t think that the SBA is doing anything wrong in the minds of most small business owners.

I am the type of person who will organize my entire home (including closets) based on what I need for vacation. Making sure that all vital supplies are in one place, even if it means putting them into a carry-on and checking out early from work so as not to miss any flights!


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