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I have found that if a person decides to not 'go it alone' anymore they might try the approach of finding a partner or associates that are the exact opposite of what the persons strong points are. In other words a successful business sometimes needs people that are different personalities and skill sets but have the same goals. Often it takes diverse team members to make the whole team function correctly.
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That's really great insight, Albert. If one person has great social media skills and another is better at accounting, they can complement each other to help provide both roots and wings for the business. Thanks for posting!
Running things by yourself can be lonely, even in a very successful endeavor. When it's time to share the accomplishments (and the burdens), sometimes it's nice to turn to the side and find someone there to relate to. But how do you go about finding the right person? It's a big decision.
Have you been in this situation? What would you say has been your most successful way of locating prospective business associates? On the other side of the coin, are there situations that are absolutely not advised? Please share your thoughts and insights on choosing the right business partner.