The One Painful Sign Of A Troubled Business

My Dad was a hard-working Vietnam veteran who took no crap and expected hard work, period.

He demanded my older sister work hours of 7 am — 7 pm for the years she worked for him.

Every significant component of the company was reliant on him. He controlled the sales, assets, and most of the critical business relationships. When he got burnt out and sporadically…

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