You might have heard about the recession from many people. You might have heard of many names starting with a V, with all the people running businesses that had a V in front of it, or with companies who started businesses that began with a V in front of them – because that is how easy it can be to start a company with something that starts with a V.
So let us clear up some misconceptions about the recession and what we can learn: it is not a recession. Yes, it sure seemed that way, people moved offices and opened new accounts, there were some small business starts but the vast majority of the new start ups were companies that were not even in existence before the recession started.
There is no recession, you’re wrong, not this time and there are plenty of explanations out there. When everyone is doing what they need to, with what they want to do, and have it happen, business will continue to go up for the foreseeable future no matter where it is going.
“You guys are all right, we’re starting over”, the only bad thing about the recession is the pain everyone is in, that could have been avoided by going over and above the “normal” of the last decade.
You seem to be making assumptions to this blog. The recession did not start until mid 2008 and there is no recession. The Recession did not start until mid 2008 because in 2008, the economy improved. So why are you using the recession as an excuse to not move forward? What happens when you are in a good situation and get a little bit lucky? Nothing, and this is why the recession was not a recession.