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February 18, 1994 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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BUSINESS

page B23

Mr. Fine agrees there are
risks and insecurity involved
with being self-employed. The
hardest thing for him is plan-
ning for future architecture
business.
"This is not the type of pro-
fession where you get return
business, although my past
clients have helped make it re-
warding," said Mr. Fine, who
began auditing for ADA com-
pliance shortly after a property
manager asked if he was was
familiar with the Americans
With Disabilities Act.
When Ms. Couf started her
business nearly three years ago,
she compared the process to
jumping into cold water, "with
no guarantees of a steady pay-
check."
One of her biggest fears was
wondering if the phone would
ever ring or if the business
would take off.
This group of entrepreneurs
said that, despite the risks in-
volved, being self-employed has
its benefits. They enjoy the flex-
ibility of not having to answer
to a boss and knowing the
growth of business is a direct re-
sult of their work.
"I am in control of my own
destiny," Ms. Couf said. "I'll nev-
er lose my job. Being in business
for yourself allows you to follow
your own vision and creative
ideas and see them carried out"
One of Mr. Gula's greatest
satisfactions comes from know-
ing he has made a difference in
the industry and helped con-
tractors collect unpaid fees.
"I'm rewarded when I help
someone, and I'm glad I was
able to fill a void in the indus-
try," Mr. Gula said. El

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