Losing Creative Control
December 21, 2012 Editor 0
For many small business owners, the phrase “creative control” elegantly summarizes the reason they went into business in the first place. Feeling trapped or unappreciated at their last job, they decided to reject the default notion of bland resignation and instead determined it preferable to sink or swim based on their own merits and ambition. The problem comes when what started as a virtuous saying, turns into a vicious cycle.
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