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As a Business Owner, Should You Make Your Personal Beliefs Public?

The good, the bad and the bottom line of community involvement.
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Q: Based on the backlash I’ve seen against business leaders who were open about their takes on social or other issues, I feel like as a company owner I have to keep my personal beliefs secret. That doesn’t seem fair. What do you think?

 A company’s leaders are never truly off-duty. What you say and do, even after business hours, reflects on

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