WatchMeFranchise.com Reviews 10 Common Mistakes Nearly All New Business Owners Make in a New Informative Video

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To help small business across the nation, WatchMeFranchise.com has put together a video outlying the 10 most common mistakes new business owners make. The movie is the latest episode in the blog's business tips video series.

To help our viewers overcome these trials, here are the top 10 mistakes that nearly all business owners make.

WatchMeFranchise.com has added a new entry to it's business tips video series, 10 Mistakes Almost All New Business Owners Make.

You can watch the video by either visiting WatchMeFranchise.com or by streaming the video directly at http://www.YouTube.com/RoniLynnDeutch.

"Everyone makes mistakes: it is how we learn and new business owners are no exception to this rule," notes the video's host Amanda Scarr. "To help our viewers overcome these trials, here are the top 10 mistakes that nearly all business owners make."

Then ten tips mentioned in the video include:

1. Thinking too small or too big
2. Losing your focus or drive
3. Taking on too much by yourself
4. Sacrificing your personality
5. Not tracking your advertising
6. Investing too much in one client
7. Going against your gut instincts
8. Not getting involved in the community
9. Managing employees poorly
10. Trusting that signed contracts will be honored

Below is a quote from the video's script, including the first two 'mistakes'. To watch the full video head over to YouTube.com/RoniDeutch.

"If you think too big you can wind up biting off more than you can chew. Alternatively, if you think too small you may be missing out on valuable customer opportunities. It is important to be aware of how much your business can handle and to position yourself for expansion.

Too many new business owners get caught up in the excitement of opening their own business and over work themselves too much too soon. Remember that opening a new business is a long-term project and you need to stay focused. Yes, you are going to work long hours, but make sure to take breaks and not over exert yourself too soon."

WatchMeFranchise.com launched in May of 2007 as an effort to show the world the process involved with opening a franchise business. The video blog has followed Roni Deutch Tax Center franchisee Heather Spell from researching franchises online through her success in the current tax season. The site features regular video blog entries in addition to advice articles designed to help any small business owner, regardless of their industry.

"My companies pride themselves on staying current with the latest Internet marketing techniques," claims Ms. Deutch. "When we began selling franchises I wanted to find a way to give our franchisees a voice, and a video blog seemed like the obvious choice. Since it's launch, WatchMeFranchise.com has become a popular resource for business owners and has been viewed by thousands of people seeking help with the franchise process."

Millions of people recognize tax attorney [Roni Deutch] as The Tax Lady. She has been helping taxpayers nationwide resolve their tax liabilities for nearly seventeen years. As an industry leader, she has saved her clients tens of millions of dollars and has helped thousands of families settle their back taxes. In 2006, Ms. Deutch launched the Roni Deutch Tax Center to provide quality income tax preparation services to taxpayers avoid back taxes in the first place.

About Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation

Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation is a nationally recognized law firm that has been helping clients find solutions to their back tax liabilities for over sixteen years. To find out more about the firm or its IRS tax relief services, visit their website at RoniDeutch.com or call 1-888-TAX-LADY. To learn more about The Tax Lady Roni Deutch you can visit her blog, or Avvo profile.

Contact:

Mathew Guiver
Roni Deutch Tax Center®
877-232-8477 Ext. 1914
http://www.rdtc.com

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