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When men and women start CPA practices, law firms, dental clinics, surgery centers, real estate brokerages and insurance agencies, they people think that they will be successful because millions of people in America need accounting services, legal services, dental treatment, elective and medically necessary plastic surgery, need to live in a home or apartment, and have at least some type of insurance product.

So, is there a glass ceiling in the small business arena? Is some sociological barrier or ceiling stopping a man or woman from hitting their financial goals? I mean the business owner is at the top of the ladder. There is no higher person above the business owner.

Do small business owners wake up and say “someone is stopping me from achieving my goals”? Who is that someone? The glass ceiling implies that someone is stopping minorities and women from succeeding on a level playing field. Again, who is this person or persons stopping any person, regardless of gender and/or race, from hitting their financial goals?

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