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Create Powerful Business with Family with Adam and Kerry Anderson

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Working with family can be both rewarding and challenging. 

When we are self employed we need understanding and support from those closes to us, especially our spouse. If we then are working with our spouse we need systems and roles in place so that both work and home life can be enhanced, not hampered by this powerful opportunity.

To help us with this today host Steve Kidd is joined by Kerry and Adam Anderson. Kerry and Adam share the struggles they went through that nearly cost them their marriage and their business and then share with us the powerful strategies they have learned to allow couples to not just work together but to truly thrive in their life and business

Remember if you can learn the systems, tool and boundaries, working with your spouse can be one of the most powerful and impactful ways to run your company. A powerful tool to help both of you stop juggling all the events in your life and get control over your tasks, passwords, message and many other things across multiple devices and platforms is the personal information manager EssentialPIM. Another are you absolutely must get and keep control over is your finances. One of the best systems for this is Freshbooks. It's a fantastic invoicing and accounting tool created for self-employed pros and small business owners and has a wonderful set of free customizable, professional invoice templates for  virtually any of your needs. You can get them at https://www.freeinvoicecreator.com/invoice-template/  Using online tools like these and so many others can be a game changer in how you communicate and succeed in your family run business.

Learn other tips and tricks for running a successful business with family on today’s episode of  Thriving Entrepreneur

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