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There’s nothing worse than reaching a point in a business partnership where you determine: “It’s not working out.”
At least, dissolving a partnership ends up being a nightmare for many (if not most) people who start one.
Because in most cases, neither person entered into the partnership with any idea of how they would part ways if things weren’t working out!
An accountability partnership is similar.
When you’re meeting regularly with someone and keeping each other accountable, it can potentially turn into a really awkward situation when you realize that you’ve outgrown your partner.
It can feel like you’re quitting on them, giving up, or as if you don’t care.
But sometimes, moving on from either an accountability partnership or mastermind group is the right thing to do. Sometimes it’s necessarily to enter a new season.
How do you navigate this situation gracefully? That’s what we’re talking about today!
- Why you don’t need to fear losing friendships just because you’re moving on from a mastermind group or accountability partnership.
- What should be expected from your accountability partner/mastermind group if you’re not getting what you want out of it.
- The questions you need to ask yourself intermittently about an accountability partnership or mastermind group.
- How to recognize the signs that you’ve outgrown an accountability partnership.
- Why it’s important to set expectations in the beginning of the relationship and continue to revisit those expectations.
- Why it’s beneficial to have different types of relationships—and what those types are—that you can get different value from.
- The one purpose of a mastermind and what to be mindful of when you’re in one.
- Why it’s important to listen to your group or accountability partner when you think it’s time to move on.
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