This week, I’d like to ask a question that I know every entrepreneur has thought about but that I’ve rarely, if ever, seen discussed. Especially when things aren’t going great, how much do you share with your significant other? I’ve known some business owners who operate strictly on a need-to-know basis. They’ve concluded that it’s not worth freaking out the other person, who may not be in a position to help. Others crave the sounding board and the support and share everything. Where are you on that spectrum? Also, does it make a difference if your spouse has business experience? Does it make a difference if your spouse makes more money than you do? Would your spouse react well if you had to fire a mutual friend? I think we might all learn something if you can tell us a little of what’s worked for you and what hasn’t. As always, thanks for sharing.
For your security, we need to re-authenticate you.
Click the link we sent to , or click here to log in.