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You do not have the ability to accurately evaluate all situations. That’s one of the reasons the input of your spouse is important.
Accountability to your spouse require a deep commitment to each other. This will require that you let go ego, discard former mindset and position of what you use to think is, to what REALLY IS- TIMELESS PRINCIPLES.
That said, this is How to be accountable to your spouse:
Accountability thrives on Communication! Communication! And yet again Communication!
• Get on planning your family budget together. This will break the ice and spur the communication process necessary for a good accountable marriage, particularly if you are walking the accountability journey with her for the first time as it were.
• Set aside some time regularly to discuss important business decisions.
• Again, establish regular time to discuss Long-term goals for example: Business growth; Retirement, sale of a business etc. Don’t let your children stand in the way- I’d say get them engage by a care giver so you can concentrate; No phones; No distraction.
If Bottomline is truly important to you: You have got to be Deliberate about these things.
Matthew 6:21 Advisory puts the record straight. LISTEN to what it says:
” The place where your treasure is, is the place you will most want to be, and end up being.”
Give it a goal over the weekend and let’s see how it all play out.
Truly, Healthy Marriage is a Bottomline driver and strategic to Business success.
Cheers to Beginning of Uninterrupted Bottomline!
I’d see you BHG with a wrap -up on this series.
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