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Are you looking to start your business? LaTisha Styles shares her story and tips on being an entrepreneur and staying happily married!
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Entrepreneurship and Marriage: Perfect Mix or Storm?
Starting a business is not for the faint of heart. Many times everything is on your shoulders. You’re the face of your company, the marketing department, and the worker.
As much as you love what you do, it’s a lot of work.
I work from home and while I love being able to being with my kids, some days are stressful as deadlines and projects come up. I adjust my schedule a few times a years based on my family needs as well as my business.
My husband and I are okay with that and it looks like we’re not alone.
Using data from the Census, recent estimates have over 14 million Americans being self-employed which represents 10% of the workforce.
For couples with one or both spouses making the leap into entrepreneurship, things can get tricky fast.
Everyone I know wants to succeed with both their personal and professional lives.
So if you’re entrepreneur or married to one, this episode is for you.
LaTisha Styles is here on the show to share her thoughts, experiences, and tips on being an entrepreneur and being fully engaged with her family.
Today we get into:
* what made LaTisha start her own business
* creating boundaries for her family and business
* how she and her husband support one another
Hope you enjoy!
Resources for Entrepreneurs
Want to become an entrepreneur? Here are some more resources to check out!
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