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in business because of your experience in a particular field. Let your partner do what he or she does best and trust that their expertise will safely guide your business.

  • DON’T TAKE THINGS PERSONALLY. Partnerships, especially those among family members, can get personal when tempers flare. “Don’t hold grudges; let things roll off your shoulders,” says JLW Homes and Communities’ Komichael Johnson.
    VE UP. Partnerships, like any form of business, take time to succeed. So stick to your goals, settle in for the long haul, and keep the faith. Ward’s twin brother and business partner Shane says, “sooner or later you’re going to find that one person who is going to change your business forever.”

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