By thinking like the leader of a big business, you can increase the chances that your small business will thrive, writes Kim Pisolkar. She recommends using your resources carefully, identifying "critical musts" that shape your long-term goals and evaluating your progress as you go. "When you operate in this way, there are no surprises," she writes. "You always know exactly where you stand and what you need to adjust along the way."

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