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CoupleCo: Working With Your Spouse For Fun & Profit

The best route to success is modeling successful people. And if you’re working with your spouse, how do you find model couples? CoupleCo: Working With Your Spouse For Fun & Profit features interviews with couples in business together who are crushing it in the 21st century. This is where you can hear their stories, glean insights into their systems, pitfalls, failures, must-do's and working styles. And, there are plenty of laughs. Welcome to CoupleCo. It’s business—and it’s personal.

 

Aug 21, 2019

We are back in suburban Chicago with Jon and Beth Van Dyke of Modern Re-Bath in Lake Villa. ReBath is a national franchise operation specializing in quick and easy bathroom remodels. In this episode, we discuss some interesting challenges. What if you’re a CoupleCo—who is essentially taking over a family business...


Aug 14, 2019

We are in suburban Chicago, talking construction. Beth and Jon Van Dyke are crushing it with Re-Bath, the national franchise that specializes in quick and easy bathroom remodels. One reason these two are on this show is they‘re dedicated listeners. They were thrilled to find a resource for couplepreneurs. They’re...


Aug 7, 2019

We are back in Boca Grande, Florida with Dr. Richard Perry and Dr. Elaine Carlson of Southern Maine Internal Medicine. Their skills at collaboration and cooperation are a lesson for any couple anywhere. Their business together was the result of desiring better quality of life. They left big jobs in the big city to start...


Jul 31, 2019

Is this good for what ails your marriage, your business, or even your life? Meet Dr. Elaine Carlson and Dr. Richard Perry of Southern Maine Internal Medicine in Kennebunk, Maine. This is the first coupleco we’ve talked to who were married by a sex therapist. (Really.) But more important: their story of leaving big...


Jul 24, 2019

We're back with Dan Hitchcock & Ceci Rodriguez-Hitchcock of Miami Home Centers True Value stores. Bringing her into the business was almost accidental. They doubted it was a good idea. But it’s been great for business—and their relationship. They’ve learned a lot, including how to handle issues at work and home,...