What is the number one thing that impacts your marriage and business that most people don’t talk about? Your values.
That’s right, they are your true north and the foundation for how you conduct yourself in business and marriage.
We all experience conflict in marriage, but if your value systems are total opposites, you’re going to struggle.
I don’t think we talk about this enough, which is why this episode is so important. I’m talking about how your values show up in your everyday life and sharing an exercise that you can use to discover your top values as well as those of your spouse and staff.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- Why core values are important in both business and marriage
- How you can introduce conversations around core values in business
- The importance of running through your values when making decisions
- What causes problems to arise in marriage and business
- How to let your staff know what your MVV
- What it really looks like to be true to your values
- An exercise to discover your values, your partner’s values, and your staff’s values
The simple exercise from this episode can make a huge difference in your marriage and in other areas of your life. Living in alignment with your values will help you build a healthy marriage and a healthy business.
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