How do the best entrepreneurs get to where they are?
Don’t get them started! Ask any business owner on the planet about the problems they run into as an entrepreneur, and you could be in for the long haul. Seriously, constant problem-solving is a tough road, so there are plenty of woes with which to bend a listener’s ear.
Most entrepreneurs think the biggest threat to their career is a failing business. But failure really isn’t the end of the world. In fact, it’s usually just the start of something better, because it’s through failure that we learn, grow, and evolve.
Real growth takes courage.
The phrase “family run business” means a lot of things to a lot of people. For some, it conjures up images of rosy-cheeked children helping out proud parents and even prouder grandparents, all working to keep family tradition alive. For others, it suggests only financial and interpersonal struggle. In either case, the phrase is synonymous with “small business.” But Spinato’s Pizza is showing that a family run business isn’t always small—nor just about hiring your relatives. It’s an entire business model, and it’s proving highly successful.