For most business owners, there was a time they loved their business.

Some still do, but for many, the business feels like a trap. No matter what they try, their business can’t run without them and it doesn’t scale. It can be frustrating. Overwhelming. Exhausting.

But these business owners can’t just walk away. They’re committed to what they’ve created, have clients and staff they care about, and don’t want to work for someone else.

Debbie King knows what it’s like to feel trapped by a business you used to love. She felt that way for years before she made two fundamental shifts: she changed the way she thought about her business and the way she ran it. She wrote Loving Your Business to serve as a guide for other business owners who want to rethink their relationship with their business and reclaim their lives. Debbie shares how readers can leverage

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The Big Idea is a series that asks top lawmakers and figures to discuss their moonshot — what’s the one proposal, if politics and polls and even price tag were not an issue, they’d implement to change the country for the better? 

As soon as the 2020 election is over, Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., will get to work on her longstanding political goal to reform the presidential primary process — so that Iowa and New Hampshire no longer vote first.

That sound you hear is a record scratch resounding from Des Moines to Concord.

But while the states’ treasured position at the front of the election calendar has been baked in for decades, Dingell has had designs on changing that for a while. She plans to run to represent Michigan at the Democratic National Committee with the goal of overhauling the presidential nomination system “once and for all” so that

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