How Authors Can Set Realistic Expectations in Collaborative Relationships

Growing up, Carl Prude Jr. would attend the altar call at his church and prayer workers would say three different phrases: “Hold on,” “let go,” and “press in.” The author, speaker, and president of The Work Life Company believes these phrases are helpful when entering and maintaining collaborative relationships. You have to know what to let go of, what to hold onto, and what to press into and pursue. Thinking about these three factors helps you determine what is most important, and how you can achieve...
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