Well, today is about to go down in history.
Because today is the official launch of our mother f*ckin’ podcast, yo! *throwing her hands in the air and waving them like she just don’t care*
That’s right, after weeks (and weeks and WEEKS) of planning and preparation we would like to welcome you to the first ever episode of the Screw the Nine to Five Podcast.
We are really excited about this because we get to talk business from a completely new approach – a more personal approach.
And we’re gearing it towards other couples like us—couples who knows that there is more out there for them.
Couples who don’t jive with the whole settle down, get a “real” job, and be “responsible” kinda bullshit story we’ve been told for…umm…I don’t know, like, EVER!
This podcast is for you guys.
Yes, singles, you can still totally listen (and learn) from what we’re going to be throwing down each week, but building a business and lifestyle together as a couple is something that is near and dear to our hearts
So to kick off our very first podcast episode ever, we chose to cover a topic that is absolutely crucial if you want to make a good go out of this whole lifestyle business thang…
3 Things You Must Have if You Want to go into Business with Your (love and life) Partner
Now, Josh and I have worked together for a few years now and needless to say, we have encountered a few *cough* road bumps *cough* along the way. But over time, we figured out a pretty damn good way of balancing our personal relationship while strengthening our business one.
So, without further ado let’s get into it!
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And don’t forget to tune into our next episode next Monday at 7am EST.
Words of Wisdom in This Week’s Podcast:
- 3 things you must have if you are going to succeed in business with your lover
- The most misguided monetization model that so many couples in business fall victim to
- The best entry-level business model – or so Josh believes!
- A simple exercise that will help you and your partner determine your key tasks and responsibilities
- How to create goals the right way
- Freedom Hint of the Day