Keep your work life separate from your social life (4/7)

I have seen, sadly, so many friends and family members destroy relationships with BFFs (former) and their own extended family members over deals gone bad — or resentment that the deal wasn’t awarded to him/her, when there was a feeling of entitlement. The flip side: I have seen so many business partnerships unravel over personal relationships that had no legit reason for encroaching into their workplace — other than the participants’ lack of self-restraint and good judgment.

Contributors: Joshua Feinberg from Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute

Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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