Category Archives: Business Partners

Doing Your Partnership Due Diligence

Well, it seems that even the powerful get duped in their dealings.  From the Washington Post, comes the story of…

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When Partnerships Turn Sour

Reproduced from my weekly ezine, LexAppeal: As I mentioned last week, business partnerships are delicate creatures.Like Japanese maple trees, you…

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Business Partners Left Holding the Bag

Today’s lesson: you can’t just “walk away” from a business partnership. Another submission from the Department of Horror Stories. “Marcia”…

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Partnership: It Takes Two to Tango

I recently had the pleasure of speaking to (and then finally meeting in person at the BlogHer for Business conference)…

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When 50/50 Equality Turns into Stalemate

I heard a sad story this week — a Tale of Two Business Partners.  One made clothing designs; the other…

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The Importance of Similar Goals

It surprises me how many business owners have knee-jerk reactions about choosing a business partner, instead of thinking long and…

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Reasons Not to Rush into a Business Partnership

Not that I’m a big follower of the Kardashian sisters, but it always amazes me what people will stoop to…

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Top Tips for Partnership Agreements that Work

What’s the key to making partnership agreements true living, breathing documents?  They need to strike a good balance between setting…

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How to Get Out of a Business Partnership

You can probably guess the tell-tale signs of needing to leave your business partnership (they’re similar to the signs for…

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Partnerships Are Not Eternal

The article “Protect Your Business and Your Family” raised a valid point — that partnerships are not eternal.  But the point…

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