Is running the family business what you thought it would be?
Is your business struggling? Is your team performing the way they should be? Are key people leaving, now when you need them the most? Has it affected your relationships with your loved ones? Do you feel you’ve changed as a person, and maybe you don’t like what you see?
Has the dream of your family business become a nightmare?
I get it. Believe me, I’ve worked with many others in the same situation, people experiencing some severely dysfunctional personal and family business dynamics. I’ve also been through it, and come out the other side. But it can be the most challenging moment of a business owner’s life. It can feel like your business – everything you’ve worked for – is on a precipice. Even worse is the feeling of isolation. It’s affecting your relationship with your spouse and family, and there’s a distressing feeling starting to creep in that you might be about to lose them too. And you don’t know how it got to this point.
It’s time to be honest with yourself.
I know you’re hoping things will get back on track. But if you’re being honest with yourself, you probably have a nagging thought in the back of your head that things are only getting worse and it’s going to take some kind of a miracle to turn it around. You feel you really don’t have any answers and you don’t know where to start. Is this the kind of situation your family business is in?
Your business and your family life can be restored.
The good news is that together, we CAN get things back on track. It can be restored to what you dreamed it could become, only if you stop holding on so tight and let us help.
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