To partner or not to partner?

Insight #1

There are a lot of good reasons to take on a business partner—you may need an infusion of cash, adding a product line will strengthen your customer relationships and profitability, or you want to enter new markets. The list goes on and on. Read More >

Insight #2

You’re thinking of partnering with a former coworker—someone you’ve worked with in another company. You reason that you got along well then, he’s a hard worker and he brings an expertise to the business that you don’t have, so it will be a perfect match. Read More >

Insight #3

Have you ever said to yourself, “I should have listened to my gut?” At those times, when you look back on a decision and with hindsight, you can clearly see the red flags that were there all along. It is a curiosity of the human psyche and a testament to the power of our thoughts, that we can “be blind” to that which is right in front of us. Read More >

Insight #4

How can you possibly know if you are selecting the right business partner or even if a partnership is right for you, if you haven’t explored your own dreams, expectations, needs, likes and dislikes? Read More >

Insight #5

“Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down” ~Oprah Winfrey

I love that quote! It really says it all when it comes to business partnerships. The question is…how can you be sure you are getting the kind of partner who will take the bus with you. Read More >

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