Know when to trust your instincts

06/6/2013 | USA Today

Many people are eager to share their advice with you, but you ultimately have to choose the course of action that is best for your business, writes Gladys Edmunds, who tells the story of cutting ties with a big client who was overly demanding. "The responsibilities entrepreneurs face are many," she writes. "In order to meet all of those responsibilities, you must first believe in yourself, your values and what you believe is right."

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