Owning and operating a business of any size is hard—however, being a successful single- or few-person operation is darn-near miraculous and most definitely heroic. As I mentioned before in this post, the vast majority of U.S. businesses are considered small businesses and employ nearly half of all working Americans. But when discussing entrepreneurial outfits, I need to make this clear: THESE FOLKS PUT IN WORK.
Folks are indeed finding a way to balance both a marital and business and/or career partnership.
When I graduated from California State University at Fullerton, it was the best of times and the worst of times. In California, we were experiencing rolling blackouts in the midst of the Enron Scandal. Governor Grey Davis was in a mountain of trouble, soon to be ousted and replaced by the Governator. Businesses were nervous, … Continue reading Just how well are you telling your story?