Aug 02, 2022
In General Discussion
Just because you're in a local business, you're bound to reach a lot of people. Of course, most people are actually quite enthusiastic, whether they want to give advice, share resources, or even help with connections, help with promotion, or volunteer support when running an event. This all means that what you are doing has attracted attention and gained recognition, and these enthusiastic people may have been popular database your friends, or they may have never met, and gradually become acquainted. But this does not mean that at this time, you can become a "team", or a "collaboration partner" in name. You can think about it, the family members and relatives around you, in addition to being very familiar with each other, may also have good personalities. But do you think we can work together? Can we make a plan together, think about the content and talk about the budget? I think most people don't think so. why? Because "friends" and "collaboration" are two completely different things.