The sticky business is when you get stuck in an unfortunate situation that you have to resolve. These are usually the type of situations that you cannot avoid as an entrepreneur. I mean, you can’t avoid the possibility of losing money, but you can avoid getting stuck in the sticky business of being a single mom.
You need to be able to identify the sticky business and resolve it before you get to the sticky business of getting to the sticky business. As a business owner, you need an ability to identify the sticky business and then, depending on how that situation unfolds, to make an appropriate decision. For example, you might have a sticky business of getting your husband to buy a new car, but it might be better to find a way to resolve it so the car stays.
Another sticky business is deciding what to do with your husband when he finally buys the car. We know that, as an entrepreneur, you love your husband and want him to move on with his life, but the reality is that if he isn’t buying a new car then he’s going to have to go back to work, and that’s going to hurt his career and likely be stressful for you.
There is really a lot that we can do to make a relationship work, but only if we are willing to be patient and work through the inevitable ups and downs of a long-term relationship. One way to do this is to find a way to have conversations regularly that don’t include the topic of the new car. I had a colleague recently who was in a relationship that wasn’t working and was at times really in a bad place.
It sucks, but having a conversation about new car maintenance with a friend is a great way to start working through the issues. If you can just talk about what you like and dislike about a car, then you are likely to start to be more open to communication in general. And if you do have an issue with a car, you can always just take it to a mechanic and get the issue fixed.
That’s one of the things that makes a relationship work. And in our case, it was the one who was really in a bad place at the time who was the one who gave us the idea for this section. We both love cars but have different ideas of what we think car maintenance should entail. So even though she likes fixing things and he doesn’t like doing so, we both agreed that we would like to talk a little about what we liked best about them.
Like a lot of things, its all about compromise. So we agreed to disagree and to give it a shot. You can’t always fix everything. Sometimes you have to take the best parts of somebody, and put them in a situation where they don’t have the best things. If you can do that, you have a relationship that is going to last.
The thing we agreed on was the fact that they are both awesome at working on cars. That’s definitely a thing that you can’t always fix. We both agreed, and then we got into the nitty gritty of how they work on a car, and how they are both really good at working on cars. They share a lot of similarities, but they arent the same. They are not the same.
Basically, sticky business is when you have people who are both awesome at something. The main difference is that they are doing it on their own. If you have a team of them, it’s a different story.