Running an indie business is more possible than ever — even when you’ve got a young baby or a new marriage. But if you try to simply burn more candles at more ends (or pour more cups of coffee to get through the day) you’ll find yourself and your family paying a price too high.
On the show today, some wisdom and advice for entrepreneurs in young families. Steph’s about to have a baby, Barrett’s about to get married and Chase and Corbett have lived through enough of these experiences to have a valuable vantage point.
Regardless of how far down the road of family or business you are, if you want to live well, you’re going to love this episode. Enjoy!
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Business Advice & Wisdom for Young Family Entrepreneurs
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