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Joint Venture Partnership Continuity

Chapter R

Reviewing The Partnership
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Reviewing The Partnership

Early in your investing career either as Debbie or Dan or as the Money Momma or Money Man, your major objective probably is centered around money. How much did you make, how fast, with which partner? Initially you may find yourself gritting your teeth and "enduring" a partner you find out that you don't like as well as you did at first. With time, you may think about becoming more selective.

You'll be asking yourself if you would you do another deal with that person. Sometimes you would and sometimes you wouldn't, and not necessarily because the deal went wrong. Perhaps you have learned something new about yourself in a partner role, or you've learned you want a different kind of partner, or a different kind of deal. My game plan with my early partners was holding onto properties long-term, requiring long-term management. That's not my current emphasis, and my partnership arrangements now reflect other interests.

For partner relationships you'd like to maintain, what about any future deal would you like to do differently? Would Debbie or Dan like to expand the Money Momma's amount of capital invested, or alter the formula for dividing the spoils? As the Money Man, would you like to count on a larger share of Debbie or Dan's inventory, or the "right of first refusal" on their best deals? You may need to update yourself on what has changed for your favorite partners since you last saw them.

A major point to remember is that good partners do not operate out of a crisis mode. Mistakes happen, game plans change. But, if you learn from your mistakes and you make the necessary operational changes during a venture project, the partnership will survive and the project will succeed.

How To Make Your Partner Happy

  • Show your appreciation and acknowledge your partner's role, whatever it is
  • Communicate more often rather than less often, both good and bad news
  • Ask your partner for feedback, ideas and perspective
  • Protect each other legally
  • Protect the venture from your own personal tribulations
  • Do what you say you are going to do
  • Don't expect too much too soon, or promise it without delivering it
  • Don't ever disclose the specifics of your partnership arrangement with anybody else
  • Respect the privacy of your partner arrangement and your partner's business. Even disclosing who you are in a partnership with is truly no one else's business. If you want to be around for awhile, you'll have to remember that
  • If things go wrong, don't bad mouth your partner to others without a thorough examination of your own role in making the venture work, or not work, for each of you

Joint Venture Partnership Continuity- Chapter R (continued)

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