Coaching For Couples
What happens at home when you have a bad day at work…and you happen to work with your significant other? Small business can be challenging enough without bringing your significant other into the business.
Luckily for you, we specialize in coaching couples who are in business together to help them make both the business and the relationship work.
Couples In Business
Whether you’re already in business with your significant other or you are thinking about it, we know you will enjoy hearing some of Sherry and Dan Jones’ story about growing their business together and eventually selling it.
They cover some of the key points that made them successful from their “welded family” to a refusal to fail and the discovery that they do their best work together!
We’ve seen a lot in our decades of coaching couples who are also business partners. Below are the most important items to address to ensure success for both your business as well as your personal relationship
Believe it or not, the person who is “in charge” at home is not necessarily the person who is in charge at work and this may evolve over time.
When you work with your life partner it can be confusing when to have these difficult discussions. It also takes great discipline to keep things focused on the work issue and not bring personal stuff into it.
The worst thing to do is avoid these difficult discussion because what starts out as a small issue tends to grow with time when not properly addressed.
Lots of times couples get into business together based on an emotional high. As the days, weeks, and years pile up, one or both of the partners may be wishing they could find a way out.
Sometimes the personal relationship gets overshadowed by the business and one of the partners is wondering where all the romance has gone!
What do you really want out of liefe and yourbusiness? If you don't take your respective temperatures once in a while, chances are pretty high you're going to wind up on different pages...maybe even different books!
In Summary...whether you're experiencing some of these or other challenges working with your significant other, it's often best to get help from someone outside your business.
If you personal relationship wasn't going well, you'd likelyu reach out to some type of therapist or counselor for help. At MVP, we're the "therapsit" who focuses on hyour business relationship. Chances are, whatever you're going through, we've either personally been there ourselves or coached our clients through similar situaitons.
Case Studies / Testimonials
Theresa & Jeremy Orsky
“I’ve texted Adam or emailed him and like I want to talk with you and he’s like I’m up now and it was 2 in the morning. So they’re available.”
“Yeah you don’t just get your weekly or bi-weekly meeting, they’re available. It’s like a gym membership. You can use it as much as you want or as little as you want, but you’re not going to benefit if you do the bare minimum.”
“They help make a road map to get there. They’re not pushing their ideals on you and what they think your business should be. They’re going to see the holes in your game and they’re going to help fill it in.”