Good and sound business advice is often important for small business owners who are just starting out. This introductory first step is always associated with a seemingly insurmountable problem. Even a small matter shows a big shadow which can be quite scary. So let's take a look at some of the best small business decision making and management tips.

1. Access to capital can be difficult for small businesses. Bankers appear to be good at tackling the barriers small business owners face, and because small business owners typically lack political and financial resources, accessing capital can be a major challenge.

2. Our advice is to find a business advisor or consultant who can not only help you draft the right paperwork in the right way, but also review your case with a banker and win the day for you.

3. Sometimes a consultant or economist will ask you to hire them to help you find a course of action to solve a problem in your company. The best advice we can give is to hold off on this advisor – something like paying on the go. When using their service, they show an invoice for payment. This way they are readily available when you need them, but you don't have to pay a high monthly salary.

4. Most of today's large companies started out simple – small offices, small but dedicated staff, and well maintained.