The invisible partnership : how to work with your spouse without getting divorced / [Louise Woodbury & William De Ora ; foreword by Barbara De Angelis ; introduction by Janine & Jeff Allis] Woodbury, Louise

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Woodbury, Louise
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Work-life balance.; Couple-owned business enterprises.; Business.
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"Is it really possible for a husband and wife to successfully live, love and work together? This book is written by people who have been through it all, made the mistakes and experienced the pitfalls. It provides a no-holds barred, warts and all look at the process and steps couples need to succeed. In language unaffected by corporate gobbledegook and management jargon, Louise and William chart how they came back from the brink of divorce to create a successful business and relationship. An invaluable resource for anyone in business, or thinking of going into business with their spouse, The Invisible Partnership will help you to structure a company according to your core values, and help to deliver the life and profitability you have always dreamed of. Just a few of the wealth of insights you will discover are: How by combining, instead of separating work and home, you can energise both 'worlds' in ways you have never imagined; That disagreements at work need never spill over into the home, rather, they can be the building blocks of a new fulfilment; And, why normal management theories don't work in businesses run by life partners. By understanding unique operating principles you will avoid the pitfalls. And much, much more. This is a journey of transformation. A journey of self-discovery. This is an inspiring personal development program."--Publisher's description.
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