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Every business owner and entrepreneur would agree that starting a business is in many ways similar to raising a child. People are always referring to the financial investment a business owner is required to put into a business to GET IT GOING, and more importantly to KEEP IT GOING.

What people almost always fail to recognise is the personal and emotional investment a business owner puts into a business. Whether you are starting a brand-new business, or growing your business, or whether you want to take your mature business to the next level, it requires courage, endless energy, tenacity and resilience when things go bad and humility when things are going well.

Raising a child requires different “skill sets, experience and talents” from parents as a child grows from infancy to adulthood. There is no textbook or “one-size-fits-all” silver bullet solution on how to raise happy, functional children to eventually become responsible adults who can make a positive contribution to the world. Each child is different, parents are different, circumstances are different and all you can be sure of is that everything always changes.

Businesses also have a lifecycle and growth stages, and each of these stages poses unique challenges and opportunities. A business is a dynamic organism, always evolving, always changing, the next curve ball just around the corner.

When I started Legal Sense in 2006, it was because I had identified a need for affordable legal services in the South African SMME environment. I wanted to make a difference, but I had no idea how Legal Sense would change my own life and evolve me as a business owner and entrepreneur. It remains a constant learning experience, challenging at the best of times, but it is also constantly affirming and strengthening the premise on which Legal Sense was built – and that is to make a difference in the lives of business owners and to support our country’s SMME sector.

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