Don't get too big for your bootstraps

Even after a business is well-established, being able to operate efficiently improves cash flow and preserves precious resources, Jeff Cornwall writes. Entrepreneurs should embrace a "bootstrapping culture" by seeking out employees who understand the importance of thrift, he argues, and reinforce that ethos through policy manuals, newsletters and other internal communications.

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