Entrepreneurial lessons from the restaurant world

06/6/2013 | BPlans.com

Whether you're running a business or waiting tables at a restaurant, you have to concentrate on the little things, writes Elisabeth Thomas. "[T]he development and execution of a strong business plan should be detail oriented in order to set yourself -- and your investors -- up for long-term success," she writes. The best entrepreneurs, like the best waiters, also understand the importance of being persistent, ignoring negativity and staying one step ahead of the competition, she writes.

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