110. Solve your problems with what you have available

By: Michael Beiter

I’m not interested in solving problems by throwing “more” at them. You shouldn’t be either.
In business solving with more means more complexity, more costs, more responsibilities, and typically more expenses. 
More is generally the easiest answer, but not the smartest.
It is delightful and financially beneficial in working out solutions to problems without growing.
A bunch of smart business owners and myself enjoy handling problems with the resources currently available.
This requires a little more ingenuity but it sets up a business for long term sustainability. 
Less is needed to start up, stay profitable, and flex when needed. Like what 2020 demanded. 
In the same light more exercise and complexity are rarely the answers to your food and exercise problems.
Never do more than you need. 

That is sustainable. 

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