“I don’t know if I could make it through your questions; I might just cry.”
I’ve talked to entrepreneurs about many painful topics, but conversations about business failure have been the most wrenching.
In the wake of a company failure, the business owners belief in himself falters, even shatters. So do many of his relationships. He feels responsible for everyone—his now-jobless employees, the lenders to whom he owes money, the investors who bet on his idea, sure, but first and foremost on him. Worst of all, he knows he has kicked his family’s fortunes back to Square One, or past that, to Square Zero or Minus Three.
A failed business consumes a owners assets until there is nothing left. Don’t let that happen to you.. (CLICK HERE)