Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn and her husband of four years Thomas Vonn have filed for divorce, according to People. ¬†Thomas is not only a former Olympic skier, but he is also Lindsey’s coach. ¬†“It is with great sadness that I announce that Thomas and I have begun divorce proceedings,” she said in a statement to The Denver Post. ¬†“This is an extremely difficult time in my personal life and I hope the media and my fans can respect my need for privacy on this matter. ¬†I will continue to be coached by the U.S. Ski Team and look forward to competing the rest of the season.”
Should you keep your spouse as a business partner if you decide to end your marriage?
You should only continue to be business partners if you can both agree that remaining partners is what’s best for the success of the business. ¬†Here are three things you’ll need to apply:
1. Trust: If your divorce has caused a lack of trust between the two of you, it may be a struggle to trust each other as business partners.
2. Understanding: ¬†It’s important that you both realize your relationship is now strictly business. ¬†Don’t budge on this or it will inevitably cause problems.
3. Maturity: ¬†You’re going to want to get under each others’ skin, but you need to act like adults so you can make the best decisions for the business.
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