You can avoid co-owner disaster
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You can avoid co-owner disaster

Whether you call it a farm, a store or a wealth engine, we’re talking about the same thing: your business. Most businesses are owned by more than one person. Even a business that is owned by a husband and wife is a multi-owner business. Making decisions is the most challenging aspect of owning a business with another person. I’ve coached hundreds of people in their business transitions and the most common cause of tension is related to decisions. When it comes to making decisions, people are so close to the complexities they don’t know where to start.