Ok, follow me on this. We've been in business for about 6-7 years and growth has come with each year. I'll be the 1st admit that I have made mistakes that have hurt the finances of the company but I have also made wise decisions that have propelled us forward. I've exhausted every resouce I have (to my knowledge) and have reached the point where I am running in place in terms of $$. The work is there and we secured new and larger contracts this year that will aid in our growth (without the addition of new equipment or expenses). I think I've hit the point of growth where it hurts...can't afford to add more staff or equipment but paying OT is also crushing me. Cash flow is tight, receivables are trickling in; we started taking credit cards to expidite the process but it's still to early to feel the impact or benefit. I'm a nervous wreck about paying bills and making payroll. The strange thing is I am 100% confident that this company will be a success. At times I feel like walking away from it and other times I am so excited to be where I am as a young businessman and entrepreneur. It's one of those "Too good to quit but too bad to stay senarios." I've contimplated getting a full time position doing something else. With this being said, I've then thought about disolving the comapany and marking the last 6-7 years up to experience or somehow keeping it going with the help of $$ from my other position. I would promote my lead man to a position of great responsibility and explain the situation. I think it is easy to see where my head is, any feedback?