“How to Partner With Your Spouse to Run Your Household Like a Business
For More Fulfillment, Clarity, and Freedom”
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Everyone that is married has two relationships with their spouse whether they realize it or not; an intimate relationship and a business relationship. You were most likely attracted to your spouse because of their charm, charisma, and values, but ironically, you married your business partner as well. Every decision your spouse makes effects your time, household, and your finances.
I have clients whose households run like a well oiled machine. Their schedules are in order, each family member knows their roles, and they’re both of integrity with their household finances. More importantly, because they honor their business relationship, it doesn’t affect their intimate relationship.
The great Napoleon Hill, best selling author or the legendary book “Think and Grow Rich” describes masterminding as this… “when two or more people coordinate in a spirit of harmony and work toward a definite objective or purpose, they place themselves in a position, through the alliance, to absorb power directly from the great storehouse of Infinite Intelligence.”
In Jack Canfield’s book, “The Success Principles,” he has an entire chapter devoted to the mastermind principle and he writes, “The process, called masterminding, is one of the most powerful tools for success presented in this book, especially for couples. I don’t know anybody who has become super successful who has not employed the principles of masterminding.”
All the details on how to create ideal mastermind meetings with your spouse are detailed for you in the recording. Its seven minutes of powerful information. Listen to the audio recording located at the top of this page.
Joy and Success,
Steven Q. Wiltshire, CEO
Lifeline Coaching & Education, Inc.
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