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Partnership or Partnersh*t: You Decide: How to Build Your Business Partnership on the Strongest Foundation There Is- A Human Foundation (The Partnersh*t Series) (Volume 1) by Soffer, Patty (2012)

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  • By Ivy Lea on March 5, 2015

    This book could save a lot of heartache and aggravation for anyone thinking of going into business together. If you and your partner read it, answer the tough questions that friends never ask each other because they feel it is too personal or rude, and then complete the exercises she gives you, you will have the basis of a strong team. You'll have some heated discussions "before" the marriage, not afterwards like most of us do in business. As the years go by and the relationship changes these are still the right questions you have to answer again. Once you read the book you'll be surprised how many times you think about the contents in handling other business relationships.

  • By Seth Gordon on March 30, 2014

    Soffer has a tremendous gift - a great amount of self awareness (some of it retroactive) and the bravery to speak the truth about herself and others without pride or rancor. She clearly wants to help people through their "partnerships" and does not wallow in self-pity over her experience or seek to vilify her former partner (except for a few carefully aimed shots). She is a clear communicator who wastes few words and moves things along briskly...a valuable skill in today's "got no time" world. While Soffer takes some blame for not "seeing the signs" there are not always any such signs. I once had two partners who who were BEST friends until they both decided they were entitled to the same political appointment and all hell broke loose. No one saw the split coming and when it hit it destroyed a 10 year friendship ..that is still shattered many years later. All you can do then is manage your own reaction to the change and Soffer is very strong in her prescriptions on how to do that. Great book!!

  • By Elizabeth Phinney on April 27, 2014

    In Partnership or Partnersh*t, Ms. Soffer has found and well defines the bottom line to all successful businesses with or without a partner: self-awareness. Her journey to her own awareness and that of her business is what drives this wonderful, easy to read, yet poignant book about seven steps to building your “Human Foundation” in life and in business. I am particularly struck by her candor and raw truth-telling. This is her story, her lessons that she learned through some extremely difficult business dealings in her partnership; now, sharing them to help others about to dive in or who are already involved in a partnership. I would especially recommend this book to anyone even considering a partnership to help them truly understand what is at the heart of that relationship.

  • By Frank Z on February 4, 2016

    I don't usually write reviews....However, this book wasted my money(I don't really care) and my few hours(that hurts).After reading the book, I can't even answer some simply question that I was seeking:1. Any suggestions on how to design the share? 50/50 doesn't work. Any other suggestions like 45/45/10,10 as the future share waiting to be distributed?2. What if a partner wants to quit? I need to buy him out?3. What if I want to do some change to the percentage? I buy his share?This book basically tells you nothing practical but full of things that is so obvious:like you need to know that yourself, yourself is the problem...you need to know what you want to do before the partnership.The second half of the book guide you to ask questions before partnership. THE PROBLEM is: those things are common sense...CH 9, Question 8 "What is your approach to getting things done?" SERIOUSLY! what kind of question is this?Maybe what I just said above doesn't make sense to you. Maybe my English is not good. Let me make my comment easy here:If you have experience in doing business and had some communication already with friends or some good business mentor, and you want to start your first business but you don't know how to legally design the share between you and your partner, this is NOT the book for you.If you want to know what happens if you want to change the share percentage or your partner wants to quit, this is NOT the book for you.Who should read this book?Let's say that you and your partner are working on a t-shirt design and want to have a brand. If your brand is getting hot, you may need to retrospect your partnership and you have absolutely no idea of what questions you should ask yourself to figure this partnership things out, you read this book...Don't expect too much on this the book...

  • By Birdee Golden on March 30, 2014

    What I love about this book is that it's not all left-brain as most books on business are. It has heart, it's spiritual, and it's about relationships and the energy between people in business. All of which can be applied to any relationship in every day life.

  • By Carole L Pumpian on March 30, 2014

    Told by a Pro from experience with experience, "Partnership" takes one step by step through the tear down and the rebuilding of confidence, cleansing and empowerment. Accompanied by a workbook, Patty Soffer's guide is a must for anyone contemplating a partnership, business or otherwise. Save yourself the hard work and learn from a Pro.

  • By Barbara Kangas on March 30, 2014

    The Ultimate Guide to Partnership!!!.....a must read before you enter into a business partnership! Also, an enlightening guide forthose in any kind of relationship--that pretty much includes all of us. Brilliantly written andinsightful guide to partnering of any kind.BarbaraKangas, Ph.D.


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