From For Better or For Work:
When people start companies, they research the competition, market data, SBA loans, and the cost of office space. But they generally give little thought to how a business will affect their personal lives. The entrepreneur and his spouse assume they're muddle through for the “year or two” it takes the company to gain traction.
Many companies, and freelancers, spend their entire lives “muddling through” and their marriages pay the price. That’s what breaks my heart and what I want to help.
If you’re in a spot where business is okay, but you can see the toll it’s taking on your marriage and family, that is the place I coach entrepreneurs out of. Shoot me an email to talk: firstname.lastname@example.org