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#19 Principles to Consider When Taking on a Business Partner

According to Inc. Magazine, over 80% of partnerships fail. You might ask, why that may be? When you step back and think about it, realistically, how many people can survive the changes that happen during a lifetime? A partner may get a divorce, a partner may have a family need to move to another location, a partner may get sick, a partner may die, a partner may have different financial objectives that change as they mature. Craig discusses the pros and cons you should consider before jumping into a partnership.

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#18 Leaving High School Early and Becoming a Nationally Recognized Photographer with Howie Schatzberg

Howie Schatzberg joins the Sherpas cave this week as we discuss his journey to becoming an award winning and nationally recognized photographer. Howies father took him out of high school early to start his photography career within the family business. We also discuss the importance of marketing, innovating and keeping customer relationships.

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#17 Tips to Motivate Change in Your Business

As a result of the recent pandemic experienced in 2020, many people had to relearn, readapt, and do something different in their business to survive. Change often necessitates adapting to a new set of principles. Seeking principles to base our focus for change helps motivate us to adapt and recommit.

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Craig Willett

Craig was the founder of an innovative real estate development company pioneering the Professional Village concept of “Own For Less Than Rent” medical, dental and professional offices developing more than $700 million of real estate.

Craig has also been the founding shareholder and director of a community bank, a public biotech company, a CPA firm which grew to over 700 small business clients and a Strategic Advisory firm.  He has also served on the boards of many community based charitable groups and as the Chairman of the Advisory Council of the NFIB.   Craig gives extensive time to his church in teaching, mentoring and inspiring young adults ages 18-31.

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