Married-- in Business: What You Must Know and Achieve to Survive and Thrive in this All-important Partnership

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Doer Publications, 1999 - Business & Economics - 236 pages
Readers can say "I do" to being "married in business" with this fun book designed to help couples succeed in running a business together. Inspired by their own experience, Jack and Elaine Wyman illustrate the "musts" for success and offer up inspiring case studies that illustrate the do's and don'ts of doing business with the one you love.

Like a cheering squad on your side, this guide encourages couples who are in the process of creating their professional independence together. It sets down the ground rules -- being best friends is key.

The Wymans' priceless advice, which includes everything from how to turn a business around to engendering the right attitude in employees, is highlighted by whimsical cartoons that take an unabashed look at the unique foibles and rewards of falling into business together.

Highlights include:
-- The essentials for being successfully married in business
-- 44 profiles of successful businesses and the couples who grew them
-- Original cartoons starring Doug and Dot Com and their dog, ROM
-- A list of nationwide S.C.O.R.E. offices, a leading resource for entrepreneurs.

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Wyman runs a successful marketing firm with his wife.

Wyman runs a successful marketing firm with her husband.

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