Initially, her husband, Terry, I have been working full time in my business when I joined I thought I was going a breeze. Everyone can do it, we could! Built on trust and respect we already had a healthy relationship. We communicated well. We both strongly believed in what we were doing. Keeping the home, children need to help each other with understanding, and with business. We pay more than the minimum to keep stress to allow for fluctuations in income planning. Despite this, I still was not ready.
To anyone considering working with your spouse to help you reduce the transfer of ownership to the couple’s 3 rules are necessary:
1. Work / home clear expectations.
Transfer to work anything as you are ready for the blurring of boundaries and turf can. Then you must learn to work through your relationship with your partner is a whole new dynamic. Terry is very techie and he loves to write, and I’m an administrative whiz people person: I always knew that we had different gifts and talents. Maybe I should have seen it coming, though I also was surprised at the difference in work style. Multi-task all day long, and for a moment I prefer to work on a project. Just being newlyweds again is like, we are able to work well with each other on a whole new level had to learn some hard work.
Beth Butler, creator of the Boca Beth Program expectations with your partner some helpful tips for clarification. “I make us lunch each day and we are pressing the Boca Beth try to talk about things. ‘It’s our time to reconnect – he represents Beer The company works in the home with children and young share my passion for second language learning work from home.’s a strange combination, but it works, and then use it to help
2. Schedule time for love.
Most entrepreneurial couples have less time together than they already are complaining. All day long and barely speak on a personal level in the same office to work beside your spouse is possible. Turn off your mobile phone and talk a walk with your love is so hard? This business does not overtake it time for your relationship so that the schedule is necessary to make a point. Terry and I sneak away for lunch or take a break at Starbucks plan ahead. We just to help keep our close relationship “regular dates” were able to master schedule, but on our list of priorities is not the next.
3. Schedule time for yourself.
You suddenly have so much time with your partner when it can be a shock. In my previous life, they left at 7 am and 6 pm, came home, and then your day during dinner conversation. Now days with them (if not all) spend the most, and during dinner conversation is not new. Where is the time for you? Karyn Fagan, Founder of Team Women, “this critical time both of us out of the house, we love that is love.” Indicates