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Old 11-02-2012, 12:25 AM
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I'd agree with HD also, in the beginning you need cash flow, keep your expenses to a min, and build as much cash flow as possible it will in turn allow you to grow and buy better equipment which will in turn make you more efficient and make more room for more work, which in turn again will allow you to slowly gain higher end customers and in the end you should have a lot of high paying accounts with a lot of payed for equipment, this is over a long period of time though, say 10 years or so.
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