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Mind Reader, December 29, 2013
Posted December 29, 2013
yeh it can work if u both have a gd business acumen and loyal
care to give us more details mate?
Wont work tbh.
the minute you go into business with friends, you are technically no longer friends.
it becomes business not friendship. If you can handle that go thru.
depends how close your friendship is
the closer you are the more likely the business wont work out
in a partnership: only if your priorities and work ethic are aligned
not really, if ur more determined than him,it will cause problems
I hope this really works out for you. I remember when you said you wanted to start your double glazing business good to see it started.
I just hope the success does not bring a strain on your relationship. So as black as the night sky and blue as the day sky bring you success
Posted December 30, 2013
boombi doongi rungi soongi fungi
Very close friend, but i dont trust no-one, too late to back out now though so will see how it goes.
The answer is simple: It wholly depends.
It might work, it might not work. Posting a thread on a forum (especially one like this) leads me to think in your case, it might not work.
Not a diss, just an assessment. Although maybe you don't know about the majority of this forum's constituents.
dont do it
I wanted other peoples personal experiences
jus remember its blood in blood out and if someone wants to move 80 for a deposit in atlanta alarm bells shud be RINGING.
are they lyrics again mate?
it can work and may be for the best
however there must be a driver and a passenger (to a degree)
if you are not that guy by default then your best bet may be teamwork
if you are him then use your head and you will make things work regardless
solo business is always preferable
do they rhyme fraggle
I MEAN YOU CHANGED MAYN
+1 for you sir.
Posted January 8, 2014
how is this working out?
I would never recommend this
Posted January 12, 2014
Tried a ting with a couple friends in the past, ended up doing most of the work and seeing them in a different light.
Never taken them seriously again since.
If you are considering it make sure their work ethic matches yours, if not forget it.
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