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63 Businesses You Can Start for Less than $10,000

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“It’s a New Day: The Choice is Yours”
Sometimes it can be hard to recover after a failure. Max Lucado shares how each new day is an opportunity to have a fresh start and learn how to make the right choices–no matter what failures happened in the past.

“3 Ways to Get Your Foot in the Door”
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“63 Businesses to Start for Under $10,000”
Are you ready to expand your business portfolio? Are you itching to start a new project or venture? Here are 63 small business ideas that will cost less than $10k to start.

A Florida native and Nashville transplant, Sarah Fechtel brings sunshine and pizazz to the DuoParadigms team. Copywriting, curating content and strategizing ways to bring our clients success are her areas of expertise, and if she is asked how she doesn’t go crazy as a jack-of-all-marketing-trades, she just might reply “Oh, that would make a great headline!”

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