I’ve been fortunate to have an absentee owner, one that doesn’t feel entitled to anything in my life. I can say that I have only one absentee owner in my entire life, and I’m eternally grateful for it. I’m also quite aware of the fact that my absentee owner is an important person in my life.
Ive been fortunate to have an absentee owner, one that doesnt feel entitled to anything in my life. I can say that I have only one absentee owner in my entire life, and Im eternally grateful for it. Im also quite aware that my absentee owner is an important person in my life.
Im glad you mention the word “entitled” because it means that your absentee owner is someone who is entitled to do something you need them to do. For example, if you need a friend to drive you somewhere, your absentee owner will be someone who will willingly drive with you. In a similar manner, if you need someone to pay your bills, your absentee owner will be someone to pay your bills.
Even though our absentee owner is a very important person in my life, there is a certain amount of risk involved in having such a person around. A lot of people have been robbed, or at least their lives have been threatened, because a lot of people have a lot of money. A lot of people have become very dependent on their friends and family, and that’s a very dangerous situation.
Of course, if your absent owner dies, then that’s a pretty serious problem, and you should probably get a new one. But if your absent owner suddenly decides to move out because you’re a complete and utter idiot, then you’re going to have a lot of problems. My biggest concern is that you might not be able to keep your absentee owners around. Even I know that you’re not going to be able to keep your absent owners around.
I suppose you should really keep your people around, but you could be dead if you don’t. If you can’t keep them around, then the only way to keep their people around is to put them in a cage.
That may be the best solution to keep your absent owners around. That and keeping your employees around. Your employees will get to go back to work while your absent owners are locked up in a cage waiting for you to move on with their lives.
There are two things you can do to keep your absent owners around. You can keep them in cages, and you can keep your employees around. If you keep them in cages, there will be no way for them to ever leave. The only way for them to leave is for you to either kill them, or they will be forced to join an organization for someone with the balls to do it to them. So in the end, you will always have to keep your absent owners around.
In the end, your choice of methods will determine the number of absent owners you have. But keep in mind that the absentee owners you keep will be with you until they die. So if you decide that you want to keep them around, keep them in a cage. If you decide against it, keep them around. If they keep dying, you will only have your employees to care for them.
Keeping your absent owners around won’t be easy, but there’s a lot more to the process than that.