“My wife (of 41 years) Lilli, and I, have built
our business together but have two different approaches.
“The title ‘helper-healer’ is a perfect description
of her heart.
“So together, over the years, she has emphasized product
while I, the ‘provider’ type, saw the value in the business-opportunity
and took that approach. We have seen good success in the past.
“In the last two years she has come too much toward
the recruiting side. Mostly because the training we get is
focused there. This is affecting her in a way that I would
describe as ‘stealing her joy’…
“It tends to leave her closed-mouthed about our products
and business now…”
“What to do?” …Joe T.
Readers: What would you suggest they do? How can anyone pursue a
business or anything else that takes life force and energy when
the joy has been stolen right out of it like this?
1. What do you recommend Joe and Lilli do?
2. What do you recommend the trainers in front of the room do?
Use comments below.