You start a business and end up years later with a mission statement, name and an identity the community recognizes and respects.
You have grown from one office to offices in several states - with more growth expected. Maybe your goal is to keep the business going at least through your lifetime.
Maybe you want to bequeath it to your children.
If you are J. Mark Baiada, founder and president of Bayada Nurses, you may have other ideas.
"We want to be here in 100 years and create a lasting legacy," Baiada told ADVANCE.