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Working With Your Spouse

Working with your spouse can bring on challenges but it can also be so rewarding! Today Ashley and Eric Alderson give their insight and advice on being married and working together. This candid conversion covers setting boundaries, intimacy, and how they handle conflict. But that’s not all, tune in to hear all the juicy secrets from this power couple!

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Episode Run Down:

00:06:05 Finding Your Roles
00:10:05 Working For Your Wife
00:20:05 Ground Rules
00:25:35 Ashley & Eric’s Story
00:34:40 Our First Vision Board

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Main Points in Working With Your Spouse

  1. Boundaries are important. From where you are working, when work discussion stops, and who is owning what.
  2. Success depends on whether or not you give attention to your doubters or your vision.
  3. Create vision boards together. Remember, what you think about you bring about. 

Favorite Quotes in Working With Your Spouse

“What you think about you bring about.” -Ashley Alderson

“Whether or not you sink or swim is going to be dependent on whether you focus on others doubting you or you focus on the possibility of making something happen.” -Eric Alderson

“Having a good relationship inside of the company has to stem from having a good relationship outside of the company first.” -Ashley Alderson

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Original Air Date: June 13th, 2021
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