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How to Launch and Run a Family Business with Rebekah and Justin Rhodes

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Want to start a build a business together? Justin and Rebekah Rhodes share tips and resources that helped them launch and run their sustainable family business, Abundant Permaculture!

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How to Run a Family Business

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Happy Monday!

Last week, LaTisha Styles discussed being committed as a wife and an entrepreneur. One takeaway I appreciate was how she created boundaries between her professional and family life while still keeping the lines open with her husband.

To follow up on finding a balance as entrepreneurs and being active and engaged with family, I’m sharing a bit more from a chat I had earlier this month with Justin and Rebekah Rhodes on how they work together with 4 little kids.

The Rhodes have some practical tips you can use today and beyond. Hope you enjoy!

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Resources for Launching a BusinessWant to start a build a business together? Justin and Rebekah Rhodes share tips and resources that helped them launch and run their sustainable family business, Abundant Permaculture!

Here are some resource to help you launch and grow a business:

Want to hear another episode about making it as a parent and entrepreneur? Listen to my episode on being a rockstar work from home parent. I get into the day to day realities and have tips on staying productive.

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Music Credit

Like the music in this episode? Special thanks to  Gentle Regime & Lee Rosevere!

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