Is Your Family Really Supporting Your Business?

Is Your Family Really Supporting Your Business? Avatar Posted by NetworkSolutions under Management
From http://www.networksolutions.com 435 days ago
Made Hot by: GraftonToday on February 15, 2013 9:52 pm
If you’re a woman business owner, you know how difficult a juggling act balancing your family and your business can be. Whether your family includes a spouse, significant other, kids, aging parents or all of the above, keeping them happy while keeping your business running is never easy.


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Written by HeatherStone
431 days ago

Rieva,

Not saying your business can't be a success without family members' full support, but it's definitely tough. Certainly, your immediate family and support system can't all be openly hostile to the idea. Thanks for the share on BizSugar.



Written by tiroberts
435 days ago

Great piece. It can be rather difficult to win the support of your family when deciding to start a business, especially an online business as they usually think that making money online isn't possible.

The only person in my life that I know truly supports me and my business is my fiance and I can't express how grateful I am for that - to have a least one person who truly supports my dreams. That's all you need really.

Thanks for sharing this with our bizsugar community.

Ti



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