Go Get It Enterprises LLC

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    Question: What is the name of your business?
    Your Answer:  Go Get it Enterprises LLC



    Question: Where is your business located (city & state)?  Who are the customers you serve?  What products or services does you company provide?

    Your Answer: Boston, Massachusetts in the neighborhood section of Hyde Park in the beautiful City of Boston.



    Question: When did you start your business? Why did you decide to start your own business?
    Your Answer:

    Go Get It Enterprises LLC was started in March 2005. The reason why the business was started was simply to help people navigate through small business without any stress. I always have a passion for helping people and this gave me the most effective outlet to help.



    Question: Did you quit your "day job" to start your business?  How did you initially fund your business?
    Your Answer:

    I did not quit my day job to start the business. My day job actually help me start the business and gave me some potential clients.



    Question: What has been the biggest challenge in running your company?
    Your Answer:

    To get people to believe in you, your company and what you do.


    Question: What’s been the biggest opportunity that came from owning your business?
    Your Answer:

    To help people in my City become better business people, day in and day out.



    Question: What has surprised you most about being your own boss?
    Your Answer:

    I much more flexible and understanding than I thought I would be.



    Question: Is there a success tactic you’d like to share that could help other business owners (i.e. implementing new software, tactic to grow sales, etc.)?
    Your Answer:

    To be successful in small business you have to really being doing business. Correct paperwork and actual working websites, phone numbers, clients and etc. You have to be able to take hard earn cash and reinvest it back into yourself i.e. your company. Than be persistent and thick skinned, these are a must with small business. Patience is key.



    Question: What’s the best piece of advice you could give to other small business owners?
    Your Answer:  

    Really spend time and money to develop a solid plan that you can put your blood sweat and tears in. If you don't have a strong plan with foundation you do not have anything.