In Episode 53, I answer great questions from my interview with Dana and Mark Hatjakes from SOSU TV, as well as amazing questions about how to really get the best of both worlds, such as how to shut down the stream of negative comments when it comes from someone you love and see every day.
More on integrating your family into your career.
If you work in an area that isn’t “kid friendly,” find creative ways to involve your kids without having to give them all the information. You can also just focus on the goals and why you’re doing what you’re doing, not necessarily what that thing is.
When family holds an entrepreneur back.
It’s definitely true that there are consequences when you start a business and have a family. Ultimately, changing the mindset on why you’re doing what you’re doing and realizing you want more for your family than a 9 – 5 job can offer can help you make the jump.
Changing the course of a negative conversation.
It’s possible you’ve accidentally conditioned your loved ones to be unhappy about your business. Reframe the way you talk about your business to try to highlight the awesome parts and downplay the negatives.
Businesses that make it impossible to have the best of both worlds.
None! It depends on how you define “best of both worlds.” You can find a business that suits your specific needs and gives you everything you want in life and more.
Check out the episodes we answered questions from in this episode!
- Episode 49: Interview with Dana and Mark Hatjakes from SOSU TV: The integration, not just balance, of home and work life.
- Episode 51: A close family and a thriving business? 3 must do steps for getting the best of both worlds!