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Ep. 99: The Layers Of Legacy As Married Entrepreneurs

The first house we purchased a year into our marriage was a new build. Another family actually started building it, and about 75% of the way through, decided not to finish it. However, they already put tons of upgrades that we would have wanted, and we didn’t have to get through the tedious process of having to manage the contractors everyday to be sure they were on schedule because it was nearly complete when we purchased it. 

We were both new to owning a home and owning a new one at that. 

There were SO many perks that came with a new build that we really weren’t aware of until we crossed that road. For example, the major aspects of the house came with a standard 10-year warranty. So, when a tornado came through, we were covered. If the HVAC unit went out, we were covered. If there were ANY kind of major issues, we were covered. 

The thing is, we were a bit clueless about how awesome that was until we needed it!

The same concept applies as marriedpreneurs + legacy builders. 

We can go through life working together and never realize that we have a superior edge as married entrepreneurs to build ‘layers of legacy’.

In episode 99 of the Marriedpreneur Life podcast we’re talking about:

  • Why marriedpreneurs have a unique advantage to building a legacy (and simplifying the first step you need to take today.)
  • How to protect your future legacy, especially when you need to know what opportunities you should take. 
  • How to create a ‘compound interest-effect’ with building your legacy.

This episode by far is one of the MOST essential in understanding the power of being a marriedpreneur. We hope it encourages you guys to keep going and keep building!

What are your thoughts on legacy building as it pertains to marriage and entrepreneurship? Share with us in IG stories or just hit reply to this email. We want to hear!

We’re rooting for you!

Here’s to living powerfully in sync and in profit,