[This is part of the series: 7 Tips To Make You Better At Business]
By: Sterling Terrell
In no time at all, Jane was named President of the company.
On dwindling profits, Jane opened a new branch office, hired additional staff, spent more on advertising a non-retail business, and used the company credit card liberally to entice customers (in an extremely sticky business).
In short, she did everything wrong.
He is weighing his monetary investment by how much letting Jane go would hurt his relationship with his sister, or his wife, or his nieces and nephews, or his parents, or maybe even his potential inheritance.
Let business be business – and let family and friends be family and friends.