• Forming Your Joint Venture Business Plan2

    joint venture marketing Like any business that expects to succeed, your joint venture needs to have a plan – a business plan allows you and your JV partner to form a blueprint of your success and a strategy for achieving it. If you are forming a new JV, or have an existing JV without a

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  • Why You Should Pace Yourself and Your Joint Venture1

    joint venture marketing Are you working at a rat race pace? American culture and norms dictate that we should give 100% to our jobs, 100% to our family, 100% to our religious and spiritual life, and the list goes on. Our culture is so dependent on overworking that it should be a Constitutional amendment. But

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  • What’s Your Value In Your Joint Venture?0

    joint venture marketing Most people are very liberal with their estimations of self-worth. In many cases, a person may think they are the most highly qualified worker and candidate for a promotion, but are simply passed over. How does one truly estimate their value to a company, and in the case of a joint venture,

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  • Staying Optimistic About Your Joint Venture in a Down Economy2

    joint venture marketing With the entire world losing almost one-third of its monetary value over the last few years, it’s difficult to stay optimistic about making money or profit in business, much less staying afloat. Should you choose to dissolve the JV and focus on your own business or put the extra effort into keeping

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  • How Mistakes Can Help Your JV1

    joint venture marketing To error is human. We all make mistakes. But the key to making mistakes is to learn from them and improve upon prior decisions or actions. Even Thomas Edison, inventor of the common incandescent light bulb, went through at least 3,000 theories before developing the correct combination of filament, glass, current, and

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  • The Art of Reflection in a Joint Venture2

    joint venture marketing What happened to the days when we would take time to think and dwell on our accomplishments? Instead of conscious reflection on our successes and failures, we tend to rush and run to keep up with our schedules and deal with as many issues as we can each day: put the fires

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