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Oftentimes, the success of a business comes down to who your partner is and if they have the skills for the job.
It can be tough to evaluate an existing business partnership from a distance, especially if your partner is a relative or your friend – but it’s essential to periodically look at your relationship and see if it’s still working. Here are the signs a business partnership is healthy:
Communication is key in any relationship, and business partners need to be on the same page. If your partner isn’t communicating, that could be a serious problem.
Your partner should take some of that weight of the work off your back. If your partnership is strong, you won’t feel like everything that has to be done is up to you to do it.
When two partners have the exact same talents, that can lead to rivalry or disputes. Instead, you should both be comfortable in your own skillset, and both of you should trust the other’s experience.
Having a business partner isn’t that helpful if they aren’t committed to the job. You may be looking for someone who has the same goals as you .
Overall, your partnership is about building your business and that requires the right person for the job. Too many times people find someone who seems to fit a good partner model but eventually find that they’re holding your business back. If you’re dealing with a partner who’s creating problems for your business, then you may need to reach out for legal help .