- July 7, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
There are plenty of enviable perks when it comes to starting a business with a partner by your side. You’ll have twice the resources, double the brainpower and someone to help pull you through when times get tough. Unfortunately, it’s been reported that 70% of all partnerships fail. “If there’s poor communication or the two of you have different levels of commitment when it comes to time or money, your partnership can sink faster than the Titanic,” says Linda Sidhu, a quiz funnel strategist, whose first business partnership ended in a dissolution of the company—even though it was profitable and gaining momentum.
Rather than let it all burn to the ground, Sidhu created a new solo business that enabled her to have her first $10k month after just 60 days of going solo. “Your worst moments in life can propel you to your best moments,” Sidhu says. Whether your partner wants to part ways or you have to go solo for other reasons, follow…