Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, Universal Orlando
Orlando, Florida | March 11-14, 2024

Defining Boundaries: When Your Business Partner is Your Spouse

Wednesday • March 13, 2024
9:45 AM -
 10:45 AM
Grand Caribbean 3-5
DESCRIPTION

When you’re married to your business partner, the boundaries between life partners and business partners can become blurry or even nonexistent, causing additional stress on the business and the marriage. Kristen and Justin Deese, co-authors of When Your Business Partner is Your Spouse, will share how they learned to ‘draw the line’ with each other healthily and respectfully. You’ll learn how to define your individual lanes and effectively set boundaries for a more fulfilling work and home life balance.

SPEAKERS
Kristen Deese
Kristen Deese
Gulf Coast Business Coaching

Kristen Deese is a Systems Genius, Business Coach, CBC, and Co-Author of When Your Business Partner is Your Spouse. She is also the brains behind the Braun of a plumbing, HVAC, and remediation company. She’s been in the trades, running the behind-the-scenes functions and serving all our businesses as the CFO for nearly 20 years. What really gets her FIRED UP is coaching and training other business owners in the industry to make more profit. Kristen spends time with her husband and two teenage kids when she’s not geeking out over trends and spreadsheets. They enjoy traveling to new places and pretty much any activity that takes them outside!

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Justin Deese
Gulf Coast Business Coaching
Justin Deese is a business strategist, visionary, and self-made entrepreneur. He simultaneously built three flourishing in-home service companies in multiple states, is a certified E-Myth Business Coach, and is an expert at helping fellow business owners’ structure and manage their companies for maximum profitability. Justin has extensive working knowledge regarding all aspects of operating a successful business and has helped numerous business owners revitalize their companies. He is passionate about sharing his wisdom and encouraging business owners to take a step back from their companies and really examine what it will take for their companies to serve their lives, not the other way around.