June 30, 2017

Do you ever feel like you are messing things up with your business? Or at least, that things aren’t going as you’d hoped? At some point, every entrepreneur faces challenges, whether with their competitors, current or former staff, or prospects and clients. But, if you know what they are, you might not have to deal with them – or at least, they won’t be quite as difficult as if you hadn’t seen them coming.

Some of you have been following along with the mishaps of fictional entrepreneur Bill Wiseacre, founder of Uh Oh Enterprises. He makes way more mistakes than he should – and way more than we anticipate any business owners reading this do. We hope that through these vignettes on Bill as an entrepreneur and the lifecycle of his business, you can avoid many of the same challenges he faces. And in some cases, we hope you’ll laugh as Bill does something you just know isn’t right.

Here’s a short list of his misadventures to help you get caught up:

Stay tuned for Bill’s next blunder!

Have a challenge or topic you’d like us to address? Let us know: connect@momentumlawyers.com.


This post will be updated as new Uh Oh posts are added. Last updated 6/30/2017.

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