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If you are a one-man or one-woman show, this article is not for you. However, if you are like me and work with your spouse or a business partner, read on. Working with someone else has probably been one of the single greatest challenges in my life. Yes, in my life! It’s easy when it’s just you. You call the shots. You make the rules. However, when you are working side-by-side with someone, it’s not that simple. You have to ensure that you are both on the same page, both in sync, so to speak. Or you run the risk of taking your business in opposite directions. Miscommunication is the number one reason most partnerships struggle.

And if you are working with your spouse, let’s all take a moment for some prayer. In all seriousness, working with your spouse is very difficult. Not only are you balancing the issues facing every partnership, but now you are injecting a more personal aspect to your relationship and suddenly every comment, gesture or tone is amplified tenfold. Business is hard enough; we don’t need to make it tougher on ourselves.

Here are some tips and tricks to get in-sync with your partner to ensure you grow your business and relationships in 2013.

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