What to do when business gets too personal

12/29/2008 | Inc. online (free registration)

Sometimes, managers have to set aside emotions for the sake of the bottom line, says veteran entrepreneur Norm Brodsky, who shares a couple of stories about personal relationships negatively affecting businesses. "You simply can't make good business decisions unless you are able to put emotions aside and analyze a situation objectively. I believe there is no more important -- or difficult -- skill for an entrepreneur to learn."

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