You would be surprised and motivated to read our thoughts about how to run a small business, specially if you are in a family business. When I started, I had already years hearing that entrepreneurship is great and is a noble cause. But the cold hard truth is that it’s hard, you get into a position where you must make sacrifice for you, your family, and your business. If you make a mistake, clients and the general public don’t really often care and want to crucify you for not calling them back right away, for not giving them as much of a discount as they want only because they want it. There are many things I have learned and many things I can share with you. We mention things like how to delegate, what to expect, when to ask for advice, how your kid’s Godparents tie into your world of business. Read more about the 10 things we’ve learned about entrepreneurship on my husband’s blog post on Medium.