In-laws are family and business friends, which means they may be more of a problem than the business itself. The problem may be the fact that a family member is not a fit for the position and may not be a good fit. You have to consider the family member’s family and business relationships when choosing your in-laws for business.
In-laws are people who are not fit for their position and may be a problem for many business people. I’m sure you know that a lot of people are not fit for your position because they also don’t fit those family members.
I agree. The family member being a problem is not the same as the business getting a bad reputation. A bad reputation can come from one person in the same family who is incompetent or doesn’t respect the business. This is not an argument against a family member being a fit for business, just to give you an idea of the sort of things that can lead to bad reputations in the business.
You don’t really need to do anything to make a strong case for a family member being unfit for the business. I don’t think a family member who cannot be trusted (usually because of a bad reputation) is fit for the business either. If a family member is unfit for the business, then they have a good chance of getting a bad reputation.
The point is that the decision to get a good reputation is not based on a bad reputation but on a good reputation. The good reputation is where you want to get the best, and the bad reputation is where you want to get the worst.
In-laws and businesses are good, but your relatives and businesses are not good, so unless you are looking to buy a business, you should not get involved in the business. The only exceptions may be a family member’s own business or a business owned by a relative who has family in your community. But a family member with an important business in their family can definitely get involved.
If you’re going to be on your own in a small town, then you are very much going to need to be on your own. It has to be done by someone who is not your friend. It is not about being a friend, but about your friendship. If you don’t like the people around you, you are not going to like a friend.
What if you are not your friend? When you are on the subject of friendliness you just have to be polite. You have to behave like a friend in front of the other members of the group, which means you just have to be kind. You have to be nice to them.
The same goes for in-laws. If the in-laws really don’t like you, your in-laws will dislike you, and probably be mean. Then you have to be polite at your meetings, and even nicer in your letters. You have to be nice to your in-laws, but you have to be respectful, too. If you are not respectful, you are not going to like them.
In-laws hate you, and they should be nice. When the in-laws are mean or unfriendly to you, they are not going to have any friends, and any friends they make are likely to be mean. Your family is going to be a mess.