In talking to Maureen Pozniak, you’ll learn that entrepreneurship and joining the family business weren’t part of her original career plans. With an agriculture degree but limited job opportunities, she joined the business, Doepker Industrial, to help with sales. Over time, she saw the potential for growth. The business was already servicing Hino trucks, but Maureen and her brother helped their dad pursue the full Hino dealership and proved to him that they could take on responsibility for it.
Success for a business owner is a strange thing. An entrepreneur spends most of his or her life doing things that few others would do, such as working sixteen-hour days, getting a second mortgage to manage through hard times, or signing a lease with a personal guarantee that ties family financial security to the success of a business.
You are already providing wellness benefits to your employees, but do they recognize them? How do you know your wellness initiatives are aligned with the needs of your employees and address their greatest sources of stress?
Why do couples go into business together? And how do they make it work? Sutton Financial Group hosted a “Couples in Business” event designed to have couples connect, engage and share ideas about an integrated life. Find out what has made them successful. Read what they had to say along with additional comments from Andrea Hansen of Sutton Financial Group.