The Ideal Business by Paine Webber EXPLAINED 3 of 4
The ideal business according to the Paine Webber company explained in detail
The ideal business does not also require from you, as the owner, big cash outs such as for start up capitals and other major investments in materials or for the product or service. This is the reason why it is an ideal business because it does not demand from you too many resources such as finances.
The ideal business is not tied with a lot of lengthy and depressing credit terms because it itself is capable of shelling out cash instead of credit. This means that having an ideal business gives you zero headaches from interest and suicidal debts.
The ideal business is relatively free from all kinds of government regulations and structures because it values the essence of freedom. It is not tied with government policies because it does not need to. The ideal business is in itself self-regulating.
The ideal business can be taken wherever the owner wishes it to be. This therefore means that for a business to be ideal according to Paine Webber it should be easily transported from one place to another wherever one wished and that the business should not just be fixed and stuck to one place.
The ideal business also gets to satisfy your needs especially your intellectual needs since you are in your ideal situation and are fascinated with what you do. The ideal business should make you feel better overall.