He came home and lay on the couch for a week, confused and a little lost. With the long overdue luxury of time and hindsight (and bed rest dictated by a bad case of bronchitis), he analyzed the past year’s activity. He believed that the two board members and the slow-paying investment group were planning to bankrupt the company in order to buy it cheaply out the back end.
Following my post yesterday about becoming a tech entrepreneur, Phaedra Hise’s story about her husband’s adventures in a beverage startup includes the dangers, high points and low points of running your own venture – both in terms of your business and your personal life. It’s well-written, vital stuff. Click here to read the full article.
Edited to add: anyone who knows me even a little bit will know that I don’t particularly sympathize with Bill in this article – but I thought I’d make that crystal clear. Nonetheless, it’s a good article, particularly if you read between the lines.