The Married Entrepreneurs’ Guide for Greater Work-Life
By Robert and Kay Lee Fukui
Every day, people leave the relative predictability and safety of a job with a
regular paycheck and launch out into the deep waters of entrepreneurism.
Although there is a sense of control around starting one’s own business, there are also some unseen pitfalls and potential danger. For a married entrepreneur, there is a unique set of issues that need to be addressed if the marriage is to survive the inevitable storms that running one’s own business can bring.
Enter authors and coaches, Robert and Key Lee Fukui and their new book, Tandem: The Married Entrepreneurs’ Guide for Greater Work-Life Balance (September 1, 2022). The Fukuis have been there and done that and they have gleaned a great deal of valuable knowledge from their own experiences that they share every day in their thriving coaching enterprise.
Among other things, Tandem will teach you how to:
Get on the same page as husband and wife
Resolve conflict in your marriage and business
Work smarter, not harder
Increase profits without increasing sales
Scale your business while gaining time back
Stop swinging for the fences
Creating healthy boundaries between business and home
This book is for any couple who want to build a successful business and a successful marriage and increase their margin of time and money so that they can live out their purpose.
To learn more, go to: TheTandemBook.com
“Balancing the priorities of my marriage while meeting the demands of an international
organization was not always easy. Unfortunately, back then, there wasn’t a handbook on how to succeed in marriage and business at the same time. In their new book Tandem, Robert and Kay Lee neatly lay out many of the solutions to work-life balance that I had to learn the hard way.
Whether you work together with your spouse or not, this is a must read.”
~ Howard Behar, retired president Starbucks International and Starbucks North America