14 episodes

Sarah and Scott Butler are passionate business owners and soulmates. In this episode, they share the story of how it all started, both for their marriage and their joint business venture along with the pros and cons as well as key takeaways for couples in business together.

To join our community, visit https://soulmatesinbusiness.com

Soulmates In Business Sarah and Scott Butler

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Sarah and Scott Butler are passionate business owners and soulmates. In this episode, they share the story of how it all started, both for their marriage and their joint business venture along with the pros and cons as well as key takeaways for couples in business together.

To join our community, visit https://soulmatesinbusiness.com

    14. Soulmates in Isolation

    14. Soulmates in Isolation

    This episode is our first since coronavirus turned the world into a spin. At the time of recording this episode we're currently in Stage 3 lockdown in Victoria, Australia. Our business Organic Angels is an online home delivery for organic fruit and veggies and deemed an 'essential service' so we have been able to operate still during this time and we share in this episode how the last 6 weeks has been. It has been a vulnerable time and our conversation goes into the changes that we've had to make rapidly in the business, how our own fears and anxiety has shown up, what our learnings so far from all of this has been and how now more than ever, having a vision for your life is so important, which we discovered. Whether you're still going, slowed down or closed the doors on your business you will find some gems in this. Thank you for listening!

    • 38 min
    13 - Communication

    13 - Communication

    In this episode Sarah and Scott share about their journey of re-inventing their relationship and how they've worked on being better communicators. They share stories and tips they have learned and how the biggest challenge is often letting go of your own stories, learning to hold space and communicate openly and respectfully. FYI, this episode was recorded pre COVID19 so some tips such as going out for date night won't work in lock down, but there is still plenty to digest and apply in your relationship and business.

    • 24 min
    12: Commitment

    12: Commitment

    In this episode Sarah and Scott share how commitment is the anchor to the vision you have created. They share insights and stories of how this looks in their own lives, and why determination, will power, resilience, intent, focus and action are essential ingredients for commitment to help achieve your vision and building the life you want together.

    • 25 min
    11: Creating your Vision

    11: Creating your Vision

    This is week one of a 6 part series called The 6C's that make Power Couples. Creation of Vision is all about why it's important to have a combined vision for your life that you're both aligned with. In this episode Sarah and Scott share why discovering your vision together is key to be your own version of a 'Power Couple' and the beauty is it's a wonderful journey together and when you have your vision stirring you on, you can make amazing things happen, sooner than you think.

    • 24 min
    10: The 6 C's of Power Couples - Introduction

    10: The 6 C's of Power Couples - Introduction

    This episode is the introduction to a 6 part series of what makes Power Couples. We've created the six C's that make 'Power Couples' as we believe these are the strong foundation that can make you thrive, be happy, healthy and wealthy together. In this series we'll be talking about Creation of Vision, Commitment Communication, Compromise, Connection and Coach.

    • 13 min
    09: Couple Lead Business Framework vs Conventional Business Model

    09: Couple Lead Business Framework vs Conventional Business Model

    For couples starting out in business you have to learn to relate and work together as business partners and because it is a whole new territory, it's common to adopt the conventional model of running a business because there is no framework that considers the other factors of a couple lead business, such as you live, sleep, eat and co-parent together. If you're feeling like a square peg trying to fit in a round hole of a model that isn't working for you both, or you're frustrated because some things look easier for other businesses, then you might like to consider these key differences and once you have a greater awareness and acceptance that working together as a couple will inevitably be different and adapt, things flow much better and that results in a happier relationship and thriving business. In this episode we compare key differences of running a business together as a couple and how that compares to the conventional business model. Topics we delve into are decision making, boundaries, communication, time management and leadership.

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Bec Leijer ,

Easy listening, easy learning

This is unlike other business podcasts I listen to for a few reasons. Scott and Sarah are so calming to listen to it’s genuinely relaxing hearing them tell their story! They are generously and thoughtfully sharing their life experiences with us and it’s so honest and raw. Their advice is so transferable regardless of what type of business you are running and I particularly love the money and relationship tips, so good!

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Such A Good Show, Great Quality

A very down to earth, authentic podcast from Sarah and Scott. Well produced too, which is important to me. Good quality audio makes a big difference, and makes me want to keep listening.

star_wars_guy_66 ,

A must listen

I am always on the lookout for new podcasts and I was very happy to find this one. The hosts have great rapport and present their thoughts clearly and in an entertaining way. Relevant for anyone in business with their spouse, or even couples who aren't in business. We can all do with some extra relationship advice! Thanks for this show.

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