Starting your own company while maintaining a romantic relationship can be difficult. Entrepreneurs Brad Feld and Amy Batchelor, who are husband and wife, show business-owning couples how to manage their work-life balance. Although many couples struggle with work-life balance, entrepreneurial couples face unique challenges, whether they run a start-up together or one partner is involved and the other is not. (The book uses “partnership” or “relationship” to refer to all committed couples, regardless of gender orientation or marital status). Feld and Batchelor discuss how entrepreneurs and their romantic partners can communicate openly about kids and family, money, romance and sex, and how to handle success as well as hard times. getAbstract recommends this advice from the frontlines to current and aspiring entrepreneurs, their significant others, their relatives and anyone seeking work-life balance.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why starting your own company can be challenging,
- How to balance your entrepreneurial and personal lives, and
- How to manage relationship conflicts.
About the Authors
Brad Feld and Amy Batchelor are married entrepreneurs. Feld runs the Foundry Group, a venture capital fund in Boulder, Colorado. Batchelor is a director at the Anchor Point Fund, which provides grants to nonprofit organizations.
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