When you work in a family business, business is personal.
Combining family and business is not easy. Priorities clash and compete.
Differences are normal and
conflict is natural, but
differences don't have to be divisive.
Learn how to balance family, business, and individual needs.
Melissa Mitchell-Blitch, Family Business Consultant and Author of In the Company of Family: How to Thrive When Business Is Personal
A former CPA, my career started at a Big 5 accounting firm. As part of the Family Wealth Planning group, I saw the challenges of family business and family wealth. The cons often overshadowed the enjoyment of working with family. I was convinced there had to be a better way, but could not find anyone who could help navigate the intersection of family, business, and wealth. Determined, I left my career in finance and earned a Master's in Psychology.
In the almost two decades since, I have learned how families and their businesses can thrive -- even when business is personal. Let me help you, your family, and its business thrive.
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In the Company of Family: How to Thrive When Business Is Personal
Through real-life case studies, In the Company of Family reveals the Principles of Boundaries, which help families in business enhance family relationships, individual well-being, and business vitality -- three priorities not easy to balance.