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What does it mean to be ‘free’ in purchasing terms? The business directory says it is characterized by choice and not by constraint or external control. It could also be something that costs you nothing. What about ‘worth’? Is your time your worth? If so, there are a few things to consider before you make any decisions.
Approval is normally given or felt when someone has a positive opinion of something. If your project is running smoothly and the budget was kept to, there is no feeling so sweet! The challenge is in getting that satisfying feeling every time and not just sometimes. The fluency of your approval process plays a very important role in determining whether other related processes get delayed as well. Approvals for purchases are a very important part of getting the work done.
You know your business better than anyone in your organization. It’s been your baby since day one. You conceived the idea, gave birth to a fledgling business (that started off with just you and a couple of people) and you nurtured it to a promising startup. Thus far, you’ve always been on top of things, managing everything from sales to marketing and finance, all on your own.