Who Will Run The Business?
Entrepreneurs work 80 hours a week to avoid working 40 hours a week – Lori Greiner
You did it! You decided to take your financial future into your own hands. You started a business and it is growing. Congratulations! That is one heck of an accomplishment. There is definitely a reason to celebrate, but in a small business, sometimes it is hard to find the time.
Having your own company is a lot like having a baby. You have to nurture it and protect it. At times it will be a source of tremendous joy; at times, it will keep you up all night kicking and screaming. You have reached that point where you are over the hump and want to plan a quick and well-deserved getaway, but who is gonna watch the kid?
That’s exactly what Deborah wanted to know
How does everyone get away to take a little vacation? We are small, just my husband and myself so no employees to pick up the slack. I just want a couple of days but can’t figure out how to keep the customers happy and the pools clean. Any ideas?? – Deborah
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