Category Archives: Relationship Mindset

The ONE constant you must have the relationship tools for to be successful in BOTH Your Business and Your Marriage

The one constant you can count on in life is change. Change in your business and change in your marriage and interpersonal relationships. And because of this fact, every business woman, whether she is an entrepreneur or a corporate worker, must ask themselves if their relationship can survive the changes of their business – and […]

Help! My Husband Doesn’t Support My Business Idea

This article was originally published in The Daily Muse and then selected and published by FORBES. It answers the question on how to get a reader’s husband to support her business. You definitely do not want to miss this article. Starting a business is a huge personal commitment, but it’s also a commitment for your […]

4 Easy Steps to Communicate and Connect with Others for Success in Business and Life

Last night I was in NYC attending the Women in Business 2012 Executive Leadership Program where the ability to develop and nurture relationships – on a global level – was discussed. Today I’m in Washington DC with a group of amazing executive women business leaders discussing the challenges which lie ahead for business. You can […]

Do you feel forced to have to sacrifice between a happy marriage and successful business?

Is your partner cognizant of the sacrifices you may have to endure to make your business succeed, especially when your entrepreneurial business is in the start up phase? These sacrifices include the time, resources and energy any start up business requires before it makes even one dollar of profit. Succinctly, is your marriage compatible with […]

Healthy Marriage & Entrepreneurial Success Go Hand in Hand

Over my two decades of work as a relationship expert helping entrepreneurs create success in their business and marriage and family life – virtually every successful entrepreneur I’ve worked with has expressed gratitude about how their spouses have made it possible for them to follow their dreams.  Following is an excerpt from my new book: […]

What Does a Job Description have to do with being Happily Married?

What does a job description have to do with being happily married? The answer to this question in one word is: everything! This week’s article takes an excerpt from my new book: “Not Tonight Dear, I’ve Got a Business to Run!” where I provide a proven system for reconciling your work and family responsibilities. One […]

Family Planning for Success in Business and Life

All business experts stress the importance of creating a thorough strategic business plan before starting a new business. Women entrepreneurs and small business owners understand that we now need to learn how to prepare a family plan as well. Why? Women do not want success in business to come at the expense of happiness in […]

3 Secrets from March Madness for your business to skyrocket and your relationship to rock – without having to compromise either one!

March is such a great month. Even though we had such a mild winter in the North East, I still eagerly anticipate the arrival of spring. Spring brings St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and March Madness: the tournament that crowns the #1 basketball team in the country. A famous basketball coach once said that great players […]

Excerpts from “Not Tonight Dear, I’ve Got a Business to Run!”

As entrepreneurs, we went into business for ourselves so we can create a life we love. We also know that this whole work/life balance debate is a joke. From my work as a relationship expert and entrepreneur who is married with four kids – I can tell you this: work/life balance is the biggest myth […]

Are you Ready to deal with this in BOTH Your Business and Your Marriage?

The one constant you can count on in life is change. Change in your business and change in your marriage and interpersonal relationships. And because of this fact, every entrepreneur must ask themselves if their relationship can survive the changes of their business – and can their business survive the changes in their marriage? Are […]