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Avoid mistakes, live by clear relationship principles

In some family businesses, family members get along, communication is effective, each individual contributes to the success of the business, and the transfer of leadership from one generation to the next is planned, smooth and seamless. If you work in a family business like that, consider yourself fortunate. Most likely, the person leading the business has ...

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