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Organizing does not come naturally to me. I wish it did, and I’m totally jealous of the naturally organized person. I fear that I might be the least organized person on the planet. In fact, sometimes I think I sabotage all organizing efforts and make life difficult for myself because I am a glutton for punishment. But a nicely organized small business is really important, and I say that with authority as a partial owner of our small business, Oak Tree Homes.
Brief History of Our Small Business – Oak Tree Homes
My husband Dan and I started Oak Tree Homes way back in 2005 at the height of the housing boom. In 2006, we left our stable, secure life in the Air Force and set out to make our mark as entrepreneurs and small business owners. We knew we had our work cut out for us, but we had no idea about the wild ride we were in for. I’m sure you’ve heard the statistics about how many small businesses fail in the first five years of business, and when the housing market collapsed in 2007, we really had to scrap to stay afloat. I started this blog in 2010, in large part to supplement our meager income in those early business years.