When you are sweethearts with your business partner and in business with your sweetheart, the two of you face a unique set of challenges. Aside from the day-to-day business issues that come up, it can be challenging not to bring our personal lives into our business.
We (Barry & Catherine Cohen) have been working together since 2003 and we have seen it all and have done some good, some bad, and some just plain crazy business stuff.
Where are you in business? Is it the very beginning, just deciding if being together 24/7 is right for you? Or perhaps you are struggling to grow your business and just going after new clients or raising your prices isn’t enough. Wouldn’t it be great to have a coaching TEAM to help you with your team? Business owners who understand you because we are you.
Our programs are designed to move your business to the level that YOU want to attain. Our private coaching and strategy sessions are definitely not one-size-fits-all. Everything is based on your Talents, Experience, Desires, and Skills (TEDS™). Plus the fact that, you know, you get to go home with your business partner. Which should always be the best thing!
So talk to your sweetheart and then let’s chat about what’s got you stuck and how to get past the blocks. Want to bounce some ideas around and maybe figure out what the problem may be? Then sign up for a free Breakthrough Session.
Not long ago, we decided to re-create and improve upon The Urban Farm podcast. We turned to Barry and Catherine Cohen of Business Solutions for Growth to help us get on track. They worked with me and my key staff members who were going to be responsible for different aspects of getting guests, recording, and producing the podcast.
Their help pretty much singlehandedly helped us launch our incredibly successful Urban Farm Podcast. In just six months, we had more than 123,000 downloads and averaged 1,500 downloads per show. If you are considering creating a podcast, have Business Solutions for Growth help you.
Catherine and Barry were a godsend. Many kudos to them.Greg Peterson