Getting ready to start a new business? If so, you probably know that every cent counts.

Having started quite a few businesses ourselves over the years, we’ve learned what skills and abilities can save you the most. If you learn them, you’ll not only have an edge over your competitors — you’ll have a lot more in the bank by this time next year.

Specifically, there are 3 skills every new entrepreneur needs. These are things that can cost quite a bit to hire out for, but require minimal investment to learn yourself. In your crucial first years, learning these skills can save you hundreds or thousands. They’ll also be the skills you fall back on in the future, even as your team grows.

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