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There are so many people who put all their eggs in one basket, hoping that a big break will magically come their way. I know this from discussions that I have with people who tell me their dreams. They’re hoping for that big break to come someday, but what they don’t realize is that what seems like big breaks for other people are really years and years of work being done, so that they can reap the reward from putting in the work. Big breaks don’t exist, but enjoying the reward that comes from years of hard work does exist.Big breaks don't exist, but enjoying the reward that comes from years of hard work does exist. Click To Tweet
Great businesses are built on the importance of creating better business relationships. Between employees and bosses, between coworkers, and between clients, companies thrive when the importance of relationships is realized. This is why I absolutely despise the saying, “it’s not personal, it’s business.” Business is always personal if you want to be successful, because people are important. At the end of our lives, we will look back and weigh our impact based on the amount of lives we impacted while here on this earth. This is why we need to focus on the importance of relationships, not only in our personal lives but in our business relationships, as well.Business is always personal if you want to be successful, because people are important. Click To Tweet
So, to help you begin thinking about different ways that you can implement this principle in your own business, here are three ways to create better business relationships, right now: