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Josh admits that a good father and son relationship does not necessarily translate into the same thing in the workplace. “We really had to learn each other’s style of doing business. More specifically, the way in which we communicate was the biggest obstacle to overcome when we first started this adventure. It took a couple months, but we eventually came to a happy medium,” he recalls. Ron agrees. “Josh and I both have a tendency to be passionate about our point of view. This is a good thing and sometimes causes excitable conversations. We have always been able to have these somewhat heated discussions, but have never had them spill over into our personal relationship,” he says. They give each other hugs when they recognize any tensions between them.