“What Does a Typical Owner Look Like,” Part Two

Once upon a time, …

Actually the ‘back story’ for many of owners involves fifteen, or more, years in a mid-level to senior management positions, usually, of increasing responsibility.  They have led departments or divisions of companies of varying sizes and industries, so they are comfortable with managing people and budgets.  Over the years they have invested and saved, and/or maintained a respectable retirement account and built equity in their homes.  They are confident in their abilities and secure enough to strike out on their own.

Business Ownership Opportunity

In addition to their business experience, they enjoy giving back to the community through Little League, Girl Scouts, their churches, Meals on Wheels, PTA, Booster Clubs, Chambers of Commerce, and a multitude of other community service outlets.  Some simply provide volunteer hours, others gravitate to leadership positions.

Many have had personal encounters with the issues facing the elderly and bring that empathy to bear when helping clients.  Others have seen the need to help through their charity or community service efforts and want to do more.

Regardless of their specific background or motivation to join the Always Best Care family, they have that unique combination of “Fire and Heart” – the desire to create and lead a group toward making a difference in the lives of local seniors.

Sound like someone you know?

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