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How Building Your Own Family Business Binds Members Closer Together

Discussion in 'Self Employment' started by Whitedesk, Jul 31, 2018.

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    Whitedesk

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    There's something about families venturing into something together. They get to build a renewed sense of dependence towards each other - something that may outgrow them through time as they start living independent lives. It also brings them closer together as they finally find something to do as a joint family effort wherein each one will be tasked to do what they do best. At the end of every milestone of the family business, it would bring a high sense of fulfilment of being able to hurdle challenges together, thereby making families stronger than they ever would have been.

    Does anyone of you have the same sentiments?
     
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    I agree with everything you said. There may be some down moments too, arguments, misunderstanding and different point of views among the family members...but the most important thing is to never forget the respect for one another and to never give up in every challenging situation you're facing. I adore this kind of family who works together for a common goal and stick together no matter what. However, that's not always the case. There are other families who are having a hard time managing money issues and other conflicts. In cases like this, they should bring in an expert to mediate the major conflict. It can never be avoided but everyone can learn from it and develop a better relationship.
     
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    When do you think is the right time to have a mediator? On the onset of the conflict, when the conflict is obviously evident on the family so everybody would hopefully cooperate or even before the onset of conflict?
     

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