I know a lot of us just can't stop thinking of new ideas. But when do we grow and how do we know it's safe? Is there a point where your brick and mortar is mathematically profitable enough to be solid enough to grow your online business? Perhaps you are a craftsperson and you realize you can also be teaching workshops or expand into the business of event planning? We don't want to be stagnant; we want to be evolving. We don't want to be spread thin; we want to be focused. What are your metrics? How do you decide?
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