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  • Writer's pictureSimon Zryd

The Power of Collaborating With Other People

As a successful business owner, you quickly realize that your ability to produce results is contingent on who you work with—not just one how good you are at certain things. When you shift your focus from constantly trying to improve your own skills to considering who would be the right people to “solve this problem” or “work on this project”, your level of accomplishment will increase dramatically in all key areas: time, money, relationships, and impact.


In order to achieve greater levels of success, it is important to partner with people who have complementary skillsets. For example, if you are very detail-oriented but lack the ability to see the big picture, find a partner who excels at strategic thinking. This way, you can spend the majority of time in areas that you are strong in and surround yourself with help in areas that you are weak in. Trying to do everything yourself will only create mediocre results but also lead to burnout.


One of the best things about collaborating with other people is that they provide built-in accountability. When you have skin in the game, you're much more likely to stay focused and invest the necessary time and effort required to produce results. Additionally, working with other people open up opportunities for future collaboration more often more lucrative than what the original reason for collaborating.


Partnerships help you develop strong relationships with other people—relationships that can last a lifetime. These relationships provide both personal and professional fulfillment, as well as a support system when times get tough. Good partnerships are built on trust, mutual respect, and a shared vision for the future.


Working with and collaborating with other people will actually allow you to make a greater impact. By working with people who share your values and your passions, you are much more likely to achieve and even supersede your goals. Furthermore, having other stakeholders involved in a project gives you access to other people to bounce ideas off of and helps keep you motivated when things get tough.

The bottom line is that collaborating with other people is essential for anyone who wants to achieve greater levels of success in their life or business. If you want to take things to the next level, find a partner(s) who compliments your skillset and shares your vision for the future.

Building strong partnerships is one of the surest paths to accomplishing your goals—whatever they may be.

If you are looking to tap into a community of people who are growth oriented, strong networkers and have diverse skillsets, check out our business growth community. We’d love for you to be part of our dynamic community!

Simon Zryd is a Certified Value Builder at Denver Business Coach and Community Builder for Network in Action Denver. His passion is guiding Business Owners to build profitable, scalable and sellable businesses. And, connect them to the resources they need to do so.

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