Loosing a key employee to the competition - or worse to his
That key employee doesn't leave but gets sick and stops working
but keeps collecting a ||paycheck.
You get sick or injured and can't come in to work for a few
months and you spend 10 years
| of savings just to keep the doors
open without you.
At the same time, it all falls apart at home because all the
cash has to go to the
the kids have
to live with less.
That key employee (hey, and that could be you) up and dies on
you and all of a sudden
| you have a gaping hole where
your profits used to be
not to mention that your family
| be left holding the bag.
And what about you? One of the main reasons we have a business
is to provide for our ||families.
If you became part of the grillwork on a Mack truck one day,
how would they ||survive without
you? I mean really
do we really think that they could
deal with the ||customers we've
built up over the years like we would or could handle the employees,
| the suppliers
Gee, the bank
Do you think?
you suppose that your creditors would be any more understanding?
| what could happen to all those
years of work if you weren't there to straighten things out
Do you suppose that the bank would help out in your time of
need? Or, would they be just
| as likely right in there pulling
the rug out from under your children?
sure is a lot to think about in business
and sadly much
of it doesn't have anything to do with making the money. Just
about keeping it on your own terms.
may be in business for yourself
but you don't have to
be by yourself either. There is another way