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S3 Ep32: The Husbands’ Huddle With Phil Bynes: When Business Roles Change With Your Spouse


If your spouse owns a business and asks you to join in his/her venture, what would you do? 

We know that this can be a sensitive and overwhelming question. The risk of owning a business by itself is high, but running your business with your spouse raises the stakes EVEN higher when you’re both equally vested. 

What if we tell you that there are ways to work through these tough spots?

Join us in this episode, The Husbands’ Huddle Edition, featuring our guest, Phil Bynes of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur, as he shares his Marriedpreneur journey — how a husband becomes a strong pillar to the family through God’s grace and wisdom- and it has very little to do with how much he makes.


Who is this episode for?

This episode is dedicated to husbands who are struggling in transition into business and are stepping into building a business with their wives but inwardly frustrated because they don’t know exactly where they fit in. 


So, here are the highlight timestamps below in episode Season 3 Episode 32 of the Marriedpreneur Life podcast:

[04:08] – Introducing today’s guest: Phil Bynes of Kingdom Driven LLC 

[05:40] – Putting the King’s agenda first! — Get to know Phil’s marriedpreneur journey. 

[09:23] – What mode of Marriedpreneurship have they touched so far? 

[12:07] – Through God’s plan and wisdom — Phil shares how he became a pillar to his wife. 

[19:27] – As husbands, are we required to make more money than our wives?

[21:31] – Phil describes how husbands’ insecurities can be overcome through God’s grace and wisdom. 

[26:49] – As husbands, does our identity comes from our role?

[28:12] – How should we support our spouse’s business? Phil shares his personal experience.

[29:09] – What’s next for Phil Bynes and Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur? 

[31:06] – Ways to reach Phil Bynes and Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur.

[33:05] – Enjoying the Journey Together: Get practical steps to see traction FAST!

By the time you finish listening to this episode, as a husband you will be able to uncover what is often foundational to a common frustration on this journey and have the clarity and confidence that will put you on a path to fixing it. As a wife, you’ll have a better understanding of how to support your husband on this journey!



This ETJT segment is to position you guys to easily implement the principles shared in the main segment of this episode. Here’s one quick-talking point below, but you’ll have to listen in to the full episode to get all of them:

Husbands, sit down, and wives, join in. Both of you, write five things that speak to your identity without mentioning anything about your roles, functions, vocations, careers, experience, background, or awards. 

One important thing is to hold each other accountable and write out five things that speak to who you are, and not what you do. 


What can we do if our spouse feels lonely while building the business together? 

This question may be hard for others but we got you covered! You can listen to our previous episode “Ep 223 – Building together, feeling alone” to know how to have healthy conversations with your spouse so that you can ensure that you are building together instead of being divided and how to recognize the times in your business when your spouse really needs you the most.

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It’s all happening in the FINISH STRONG Masterclass! 

It’s the 90-day strategy to end the year with accelerated profits(in record time) for marriedpreneurs.

Grab your seats HERE. They’re free for a limited time!

Lastly, if the content in this episode is super helpful for you, be sure to give us a 5-star rating and review (this expands our reach and allows for more couples to be impacted by your 2 cents!) Thank you!

Here’s to living Purposefully, Powerfully, and Profitably in sync,


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