In an article aptly named “Going Into Business With Your Spouse: Do Or Die?” the Forbes writer pens:
“Thinking of going into business with your significant other? Married couples in business together have extreme opinions when asked about it. It’s either the best thing that happened to them, or the worst. Very few couples (if any at all) are indifferent about running a business with their spouse.
If the former, the couples end up writing books on “how to run a successful business with your spouse”, and fly around the world lecturing people on how to attain this perfect partnership balance.
If the latter, the couples usually end up in a long-winded divorce, battling about who did what in the business, and who deserves to get more. I’m sure we all know at least one or two people who’ve gone through this”
Building a business is not easy and doing it as a couple can be even more of a challenge. As Kingdom Entrepreneurs it is important to discover how to love each other while building a business that brings honor to God and blesses others.
The Couples in Business course, lead by Patrice and Gina Tsague, is a blend of marriage enrichment, family development and business enhancement, designed to help entrepreneurs enhance their marriage and their family life while growing a successful Kingdom business. Here are 5 areas this course focuses on:
- Faith – How do you truly become one and conform to the image and likeness of God?
- Family – How do you truly honor Christ in your family while fulfilling the dominion mandate?
- Business – How do you glorify God through your business while building a profitable company with an eternal impact?
- Philanthropy – How do you worship God through your abundance while making a difference in your community and in nations?
- Fun – How do you celebrate your success while enjoying God’s goodness?
- Choose from our webinar classes: August 10 – September 21 or December 1 – January 12, both taught by Patrice and Gina Tsague.
Don’t let you marriage or business become another statistic.
Questions? Give me a call or send me an email. Elizabeth Dyan | Entrepreneurship Institute Director (C) 971-223-9588 | (O) 503-387-5902 | Elizabeth@NehemiahProject.org