Lessons Learned in Business

In my life I have learned many valuable lessons. Some were easy to learn, like not pulling something out of the oven without a thick oven mitt. Some were hard like when a friend doesn’t always have your same moral standing and you lose a dear friend. The hardest for me has been our whole business closing.

When we stated our transportation business it was like a new love. A love that you give your heart and a lot of your time. The excitement of the new adventures and the dreams of things to come. The sense of accomplishment in doing something that helps others. Wanting to be the best transportation company in the area.

While helping in our business I learned how to make brochures and newsletters. How to write our employee manual and when we closed just recycling them, garbage no need and no use for them any longer, depressing. We and our employees worked hard and clients were asking for us by name and letting all those fine people go.  The biggest lesson I learned is your business may fail but it doesn’t make you who you are. You feel like a failure but this too shall pass.

Today’s lesson: Don’t make your net worth more then your self worth!

Have a blessed day, Candy

Published in: on February 24, 2009 at 2:57 pm  Leave a Comment  

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