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Offline Sick Of Silence

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Why Amish businesses succeed
« on: October 06, 2018, 01:08:07 PM »


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Amish businesses have a 95% success rate at staying open at least five years, according to research.
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Re: Why Amish businesses succeed
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2018, 12:39:41 AM »


I love it.  This is the sort of society I envision.  This is a communitarian based society and the businesses are more family owned and ran.   In a way, almost like the little town of Willoughby in the episode of the Twilight Zone series "A Stop at Willoughby."  I've been thinking this.  In the past I think families used to live together at least in the same neighborhoods but today families have split apart with some living on opposite ends of the nation.  I don't think this was good.   I'm impressed.  Our nation needs something like this in my opinion.

 

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