Imagine you are the father and major breadwinner of a family of eight children, half of whom are teenagers. Your startup is about to go into the weeds and you aren’t sure if you are going to be able to pay your staff of several dozen people, let alone figure out how to feed and clothe your family.
That is the situation faced by Bob Lozano (at left) 17 years ago during one of the most stressful periods of his life. I interviewed Bob and several others who are part of multi-generational startup families and what their experiences were raising their kids who are starting their own companies. You can read the rest of my story in CIO here.