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Stress, Worry, Concern: How do we manage it?

Stress, Worry, Concern: How do we manage it?

First, let’s be clear. Stress, worry and concern are not something you catch like a cold or public transport. However, any one of these emotions take hold of us when we feel pressured – either by events in our jobs, businesses, projects, looming deadlines, some difficult conversations or sometimes it’s just plain life driving us crazy. And, depending on your personality type, you’ll either blame yourself for not coping or blame others for making you feel this way.

Working with Your Spouse in a Franchise? This Book will Save You from Failure!

Working with Your Spouse in a Franchise? This Book will Save You from Failure!

A lot has been written about franchising, according to Helen and Jim Bakasetas, franchisee partners, but the experts who write about the topic often fail to realize what should be obvious: The success of a franchise depends on the relationships of those who own it. Fail to recognize the importance of relationships and most franchises run by life partners will be doomed to fail from the outset, even when they buy into an excellent franchise system.

Big Relational Challenge? Take Little Bites

Big Relational Challenge? Take Little Bites

William and I know firsthand what it’s like to almost get a divorce. And we know many clients–life partners working together in the same business–who have been in that dark tunnel. Relational challenges for life partners who work together can be worse, mainly because any separation would also involve the future of the business.

How To Hire Your Spouse

How To Hire Your Spouse

When life partners make the choice to work together in the same business, they open the doors to one of the greatest adventures possible. William and I have discovered that working together enables us to bring and capitalize on our unique strengths and talents in our business, our goals, and take on the projects that really matter to us. Every day we get to live our passion–together.

What Women Should Know about Men

What Women Should Know about Men

If you’ve ever seen a group of men together playing basketball or football, you’ll know that they thrive on high performance, competitiveness, and victory. The same is true in business and even at home. So it’s not surprising to know that a man’s greatest fear is the fear of failure, of not being able to perform well at work, or to provide for the family.

What Men Should Know about Women

What Men Should Know about Women

As everyone knows, women are highly capable, inventive, and intelligent leaders. They know how to face big challenges and resolve the problems. But there are times when a woman most wants someone to just listen to her, to empathize, to offer a shoulder to lean on. They want to feel loved and accepted.

Stephen Covey endorses The Invisible Partnership!

Stephen Covey endorses The Invisible Partnership!

Last week we received an endorsement for The Invisible Partnership from Dr. Stephen Covey, best selling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, and yes, we are over the moon.

There is no doubt that Dr. Covey would be inundated with requests for his endorsement from every corner of the world. Therefore, we are honoured to have received the privilege of his endorsement. Please allow us to share this excitement with you. And, here’s what Dr. Covey said:

Gaining Strength from Others

Gaining Strength from Others

For most businesses, the landscape of 2010 has been vastly different than anything ever experienced. Out of this, a key message surfaces: Stay focused, no matter what challenge or opportunity is thrown your way! Of course, this is easier said than done.

A Winning Team Starts at the Top

A Winning Team Starts at the Top

Every successful team needs a great leader: One who is not only able to inform and guide, but consumed with a passion to produce, which will inspire people; knowing that there is never a question about winning and excelling. The only question you hope to hear is, “How much will we win and how stunningly can we excel?”

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