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Millions of Americans want to start a business, but where do you begin? Entrepreneur and start up co-founder Will DeShazo shares how you can find the right gig along with balancing marriage and entrepreneurship!

Becoming a Married Entrepreneur

We've had a quite a few shows about being a happily married entrepreneur I've been sharing my ups and downs working from home.

I've also interviewed couples who are running a business together like Justin and Rebekah Rhodes with Abundant Permaculture, couples who ventured on their own career paths like LaTisha Styles who explained how she and her husband successfully support each other.

And hearing them, you get this sense that's they're well-oiled machines. Things working out.

But what about that beginning stage?

How does a side hustle fit in with your current job and your marriage?

In this special episode Millennovator co-founder Will DeShazo and I discuss:

  • how you can start earning some cash while exploring career options
  •  the framework that will help you find the right gig
  • opportunities for you to give yourself a raise at your current position using a side hustle

Hope you enjoy!

Want to hear more about sides hustles? Check out my interview with Nick Loper where he shares how he created several income streams to protect

Resources for Entrepreneurs

Want to become an entrepreneur? Here are some more resources to check out!

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About Elle Martinez

Elle Martinez helps families at Couple Money achieve financial freedom by sharing tips for reducing debt, increase income, and building net worth. Learn how to live on one income and have fun with the second..