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Check out Burn the Picket Fence™: Behind-the-scenes of a lifestyle entrepreneur family
- How entrepreneurship has affected our marriage, intimacy, and communication.
- How we teach our boys to brand themselves and chase their dreams.
- The family meeting and mastermind schedule we use to take control.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:
I often get asked how we manage such a chaotic life with business and kids. The truth is, it’s not glamorous. Aaron and I struggled a lot in the beginning.
When you’re growing multiple businesses with three boys and facing the reality of living with medical needs, marriage challenges, lifestyle changes and the desire to control your future… it’s never easy, but that’s okay because what you’re fighting for is worth it.
If you’re concerned about how entrepreneurship is affecting your kids, you feel like your marriage is struggling, or you want to hear family systems you can use in your life, this is the episode for you.
You love hard. You work hard. And you want to do great things. And you shall.
How to Take Action:
- Check out Burn the Picket Fence™: Behind-the-scenes of a lifestyle entrepreneur family.
- Take a screenshot of this episode in your favorite app, tag me on Instagram (@sweetlife_entrepreneur), and let me know what part you resonated with the most.
- Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, SweetLife Launch.
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One thought on “Episode 154: Lifestyle Entrepreneurship: How To Manage Business, Marriage, Parenting, and Self Care As An Entrepreneur Couple – with April and Aaron Beach”
To hear about the dynamic you and your husband have together resonates with me so much!! I absolutely LOVE and appreciate being teammates with your spouse. My husband and I are the exact same way and it’s so powerful for our relationship, our family, as well as our “co-preneur” journey. I enjoyed hearing that there are other couples out there doing the same because it’s amazing and I wish that upon every marriage. Thanks for sharing April and Aaron 🙂