The streets were slick because the rain had been relentless all night and morning and I’d dropped my truck into “auto-sensing” so that four-wheel-drive would kick in if the need were there.  I was about 2 miles of highway before my exit and it wasn’t quite 5 a.m.  Coming around the big curve I suddenly saw a row of emergency flares and flashers bellying out into the road from a curb lane accident.  I checked my left mirror, saw no …


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3 comments on “MYOB

  1. Garry Thasho on said:

    At the risk of fully validating Ron’s premise that “Everyone seems to have an opinion on everything anymore”, I personally felt that was an incredibly insightful and thought provoking article. Well Done.


  2. Carrie Gazda on said:

    This is well written and great to share as a reminder to all of us.
    Thank you!

  3. Amy Musser on said:

    But what if it’s a family business? Working with your mother-in-law?

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