I packed up my tradeshow set, put it in my truck, kissed my babies good-bye, and drove off to Atlanta. I was on the road for six hours when inexplicably my truck went dead, right in the middle of hundred miles of southern Indiana cornfields.
He seemed to understand that two parallel universes operated at the same time in business: in one lawyers, CPA’s and accountants functioned in an antiseptic environment in cushy offices and every decision was made strictly by the books and numbers; the other was the real world, in which people were getting dirty all the time.
You can get out of this! This is nothing. Everybody’s been through times like these! Fight for your business! Fight!
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