Passion V. Arrogance: A Dana and Goliath Story of Wine, Women and Wrong!
Recounts the compelling story of a small Midwest, women owned winery, their impressive start and international growth, the difficult business decision to close and the results from the business world. The story captures the excitement and the dream that all entrepreneurs are committed to when they start. The tale proceeds with changes in relationships, economic times and how the government's involvement with a financial institution operation causes a rippling effect. Once the owners enter into legal system to protect what they created, one improbable event after another leads to the dismantling of their life's dream.The author lives the story and in honest and candid words, discusses the mistakes, struggles and ultimate belief in the leadership and management allowing them to continue the battle. Get involved with this emotional, two year struggle of winery versus bank, woman versus man, right versus wrong and passion versus arrogance.
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The Start of a Dream
Meeting My Soul Mate
In Search of Intestinal Fortitude
Party like Its 1999
Embrace the Chaos
Considering Every Factor
What Asset Destruction?
Trials and Tribulations
Entrenched in Inaction
Survival of the Tenacious
Epilogue Some Thoughts
The Force of Two Breaking Hearts
The Ultimate Sanction
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