Hey there, fellow creators and business enthusiasts! 🎥
In today’s episode, we’re diving deep into the real-talk territory of business partnerships – especially why going into business with someone isn’t necessarily the golden ticket to success.
Ever found yourself wondering if you should join forces with someone in the hopes of making your business boom? Before you take that leap, lend an ear to some invaluable advice based on firsthand experiences. In this episode, I share insights from my journey, painting a realistic picture of what partnering with another company truly entails.
I recount my days in London, where a mutually beneficial agreement with another production company laid the foundation for a successful collaboration, without the formalities of an official business partnership. This casual yet respectful arrangement had us bringing varied projects to each other’s tables, fostering trust and flexibility while keeping our individual businesses flourishing.
Walk with me as I break down a real-life example from a recent coaching call, sharing some golden nuggets on how to negotiate better with other production companies without getting into an official partnership. We’re talking about wearing your producer hat and getting into the nitty-gritty of budget discussions, quote preparations, and fostering relationships that are mutually rewarding.
And remember, when it comes to business and negotiation, it’s a messy arena. You’re not just crunching numbers but also building partnerships where compromise and collaboration lead the way. I share some of my own tales, working with big names and how James and I successfully maneuvered through various projects, maintaining a respectful agreement that worked wonders for both of us.
So, if you’re ready to foster relationships that are not just profitable but also harmonious, this episode is for you! Hit play to learn how to negotiate better, forge meaningful connections, and create a win-win situation in the industry without getting caught in the formalities of an official partnership.
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Here’s to building businesses that thrive on mutual respect and collaboration, rather than rigid partnerships! 💼🤝