By MARK HENRICKS
“Ned Berkowitz leaned his head against the glass and stared out the window of the airplane carrying him away from home on one of the countless business trips he had taken in 13 years in pharmaceutical sales. He was earning $150,000 a year, plus stock options and the perks of being a regional sales manager for a multinational corporation. He was a high-level member of several hotel and airline frequent-customer programs, with the pampering that implied.”
– People become entrepreneurs for many different reasons and getting away from a high travel job is certainly a good one. My favorite thing in the whole article it “cash-flow positive”. I always get excited when I hear that (yee-hah!). -ed.