Tue, 15 March 2022
Looking to balance work and family? LaTisha Styles shares her take and story on being a happily married entrepreneur!
Entrepreneurs + Marriage
One of the ways the pandemic has reshaped things is by seeing how many more people are working from home. I’ve seen different reports and estimates give ranging from 25-32%.
Working from home offers many benefits, but has its challenges. I’ve been working from home for years and had a flow. When my husband went full-time remote and the kids did the virtual academy with school, we knew we had reconfigured a few things to make it work.
We created spaces for school and work and had to adjust our schedules and routines. As working parents, we have to be careful that work doesn’t spill over to family time.
It’s especially hard as an entrepreneur, where you have a huge impact on your business’s bottom line.
This is why I’m pulling from the archives an interview I had with LaTisha Styles. She’s the Founder & CEO of You’ve Got Clients®, a marketing consultancy.
When I first met her she created Young Finances to help millennials build better habits with their money.
During our chat, Latisha shared her thoughts, experiences, and tips on being an entrepreneur and being fully engaged with her family.
In this episode we get into:
I hope you enjoy it!
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This episode was originally published in November 2016. Show notes have been updated March 2022.
Direct download: 11_Marriage_and_Money_Finding_Your_Work-Life_Balance.mp3
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