Is there ONE person, inside or outside your business, that you are likely to talk to or discuss matters with before addressing a serious problem or making a critical business decision?
Is that person (business confidante) a family member?
Which family member (is the business confidante)?
Which BEST describes that person (business confidante)?
Are you more likely to discuss a serious business problem or a critical decision with several people, a different person depending on the problem or decision, OR are you more likely to handle it yourself without outside input?
(solicit advice from) An accountant.
Did you take the advice?
Did you pay for the advice, was it free, or was it part of the cost of something you purchased?
(solicit advice from) A family member.
Volume 2, Issue 5, 2002
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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