Starting a Business? Married? Better Have a Supportive Spouse.

Screen Shot 2014-09-03 at 10.43.58 AMI think entrepreneurs have a few loose screws and are masochistic freaks. I’m an entrepreneur and it’s a super-blessing to wake up every day and chase my dream, but it’s also balls hard when things get tough. And with so much ambiguity, it’s easy to sometimes be confused about what things you should try next to move your business forward.

Every entrepreneur is different and everyone’s paths are different, so it is hard to say that every entrepreneur needs a certain thing. Take executive coaching in Dubai for example; it will no doubt help almost every entrepreneur in their bid for success, but obviously, it will be more beneficial to some than others. Starting any business isn’t easy, even if you have the best resources at your disposal, so it’s important to be as prepared as possible. Some get prepared by having other industry professionals take a look at their business plans and use their knowledge to help them succeed, some choose to use internet resources like to financially plan for the future and others simply take each day as it comes. Different strategies will work for different entrepreneurs and businesses, so there is no one size fits all but with a little planning and dedication, hopefully, a business will prosper.

However, there is one thing that I think is important to every entrepreneur and that is the need to have a supportive spouse (or partner) when you’re starting a business; without this, in place I can’t imagine how one would face the challenge of being an entrepreneur. I’m fortunate that my wife is a franchise owner herself so she can relate when I am struggling with some issues. I am so proud of the waves she is making in the wedding dress industry. If you have a similar drive to my wife, you may wish to visit this page to learn more about franchise opportunities.

You can read the rest of this article in my guest post over at Dr. Psych Mom’s informative and irreverent blog. Dr. Psych Mom is Dr. Samantha Rodman, a clinical psychologist who writes for The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, J-Date, The Millionaire Matchmaker’s site, and PsychCentral, among others.

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