When you and a friend have a great idea for a new business, you create an LLC.
When you create an LLC, you get super-excited about your new venture.
When you get super-excited about your new venture, you forget to put in the business infrastructure behind the scenes.
When you forget to put in the business infrastructure behind the scenes, you and your partner may have different ideas about how you’re going to run the business.
When you and your partner have different ideas about how you’re going to run the business, you get frustrated with each other.
When you get frustrated with each other, you get into screaming matches at coffee shops.
Don’t get into screaming matches at coffee shops.
Get an operating agreement at the beginning of your business relationship.
This will make sure that everyone is on the same page and you can predetermine how you’re going to address certain problems before they arise.
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2 responses to “How to Avoid Screaming Matches in Coffee Shops”
Comical but true. I’ll admit, I have been watching Judge Judy lately, so I can see the coffee being hurled across her courtroom. LOL
I’m not sure about coffee being thrown across courtrooms, but I wouldn’t be surprised to hear about coffee cups being thrown across diners.