I love the idea of this sort of idea because it makes me feel like I’m taking the time to learn more about each business owners. This is particularly important with online businesses where we need to be able to see the full picture of what the company is about and what the people behind it want it to be.
Of course, there are a lot of business types where one person is just the owner, but there are also many types of businesses where they have a manager who runs the business and does all the work for them. The way I’m thinking about it comes down to a few simple concepts. The first is that each business has two owners: the top owner and the lowest owner.
For example, let’s say I’m running a website selling flowers, and I have three different owners. I have the owner who sells flowers. They have the owner who sells plants. They have the owner who sells flowers.
This is all very straightforward in theory but in practice very difficult. Because no business owner is a perfect fit for every business. There are certainly exceptions to this rule. The more that you try to apply this rule, the more you lose track of the exceptions. When working with a new business owner, you need to learn how to ask questions about his or her business. That’s just a guideline I’ve seen work well with people who have never worked with a new business owner before.
As you are working with a new business owner, you need to learn how to ask questions about his or her business. Thats just a guideline Ive seen work well with people who have never worked with a new business owner before.
The good news is you dont need to be an expert, just ask questions and keep an open mind. The bad news is you need to understand that this rule is about how you ask questions and not how you say things, so you will need to keep that in mind.
The rule I recommend is: Ask questions about how your business works. Don’t ask questions about how you will be paid. The truth is that most small business owners would rather have you pay them than ask them questions about how to pay themselves.