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You won't find the perfect mate simply because your company went public. Look for someone whose lifestyle matches up well with your own.
A friend will always answer when you call. A contact might, depending on what you've done for them lately.
Your buddy may be offering just what you need, but don't succumb to temptation when offered a deal.
The long hours, stress, financial burdens and other issues that come with being an entrepreneur can easily strain a romantic relationship.
Remember how Mom taught you to 'always be nice'? The same thing applies to business.
Many people may understand what it takes to get a new venture off the ground, but underestimate the affect it has on loved ones.
Eskimos have dozens of words to describe snow. Business people have an equally vast vocabulary of euphemisms for meeting strangers in hopes of making some money.
No matter who you are or what you do, these five relationships will make you or break you.
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For many, mixing family and work is a fraught exercise. For David and Orion Hindawi, it's just smart business.
While you shouldn't apologize for being a product of your selfish instincts, you need to be aware of them when networking for new business.
Starting a business is tough. Starting a business while in a relationship is ever harder.
If you network to flirt or get a job, you're going to fail. Make sure you're networking with the right motives.
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