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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.

 

Apr 21, 2021

So, so many questions that defy sensible answers. Like, what can a CoupleCo learn from a) New Orleans, b) one of the legends of Madison Avenue, and c) working your hobbies instead of your business? That doesn’t actually sound like a recipe for success, does it? Well, it might surprise you. And frankly, this is...


Apr 14, 2021

What have we learned after last week’s stress-fest? It pays to be in business with someone to whom you can vent and then strategize. Also, Honey invents a category of noises, we talk about hand puppets, and the added CoupleCo bonus of having your own food taster. In other words, about 10 minutes of insight and...


Apr 7, 2021

This is just one of those things. You do everything in a business deal in good faith, and someone tries to work an angle when they don’t have to. And it’s going to cost money. But isn’t handling all this together just part of being a coupleco? In fact, being a coupleco is about being gung ho. We have a story...


Mar 31, 2021

We’re back with Sena and Rich Wheeler, the couple who’s crushing it in the seafood business by not only catching the famed Copper River Salmon, but by selling it direct to consumers like you and me. In this episode, they talk about the demands of this job they choose to do, there’s the challenges of being apart...


Mar 24, 2021

Here’s a couple who turned the business model of their profession upside down to have more leverage, a better life, and bigger money. Sena and Rich Wheeler were just a run-of-the-mill professional fishing family until Sena had a brainstorm. They came up with a business model on a car ride, a smart lawyer said...