How many businesses have you come across where the entrepreneur does well? He lives in a good suburb, has kids at a good school, drives a nice car and goes on holidays with his family. Life is good. His business is solid; it has been running for about nine years. He faces the challenges that all entrepreneurs do: staff issues, an upset customer, a poorly-performing debtor. His business is the biggest draw on his energy and resources. His biggest sacrifices are made for his business as he spends most of his time at it, investing in the asset that forms the backbone of his family's financial security.