While Christina’s days are filled with the needs of her three children, she has gone head-first into seeing the mission of The Rebound fulfilled.
It didn’t take long for them to realize they were meant to be together, and they were married within a year of dating.Though this is the “romantical” (one of Christina’s phrases) part of the story, life was not always as such. We eat, breathe and sleep our businesses 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year in a way that even the most dedicated employee doesn’t.They are responsible for the health and well-being of the enterprise and for the company’s ability to remain relevant and grow.There is almost no separation between them and their businesses and they are always working, even if that work is simply thinking about their business.
So much of our business is our life that we tend to approach relationships as business transactions, too. Christina says that entrepreneurs are perfectionists and, therefore, rather than looking for love, they are “seeking great love.
Together, they will continue to be champions, dedicated to providing an alternative to women living in abuse through their transitional homes.
Being single isn't fun when you don’t want to be. Entrepreneurs are responsible for their organizations ability to pay bills, pay employees, pay themselves and still generate a profit.
In fact, if you got to your 40s without a mate, people just plain looked at you funny.
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If you start thinking or (worse) saying, "I'm never going to meet 'the one,'" then you've already set yourself up for failure.