| Commentary

6 The right character

| Commentary

6 The right character

Starting a new business makes enormous physical and mental demands on the person seeking to set it up and the client must be aware of, and accept, the personal cost involved.

Consequently, the client must be physically fit, with a high level of energy and a clean bill of health. In some cases, it may even be worth asking a medical adviser to make a full examination before becoming too involved. In addition, the client must possess a certain mental toughness. Starting up the business is bound to throw up a myriad of problems and the client

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