As an entrepreneur, there's a chance you'll come across people
who you don't always see eye to eye with. It's the nature of our
business that you'll come up against people with views different to
your own, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Having someone with
an opposite point of view can give you perspective with your
business. Someone who has a different view can often also offer
your business new skills and personality traits you may not
Problems only arise if you actually fall out over these differences. Whether it's an employer, an employee or a client, it can be tempting to let your emotions take control. But by getting into an unprofessional argument with someone, you're in danger of damaging your own reputation.
So, here's a few things to avoid doing when a business relationship comes to an end.
How would you deal with the break up of a working relationship? Leave your comment below?