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Tired of living paycheck to paycheck?
Christy & Max got tired of asking permission to live their lives. They started a Handyman & Household in 2013 to take control of their lives. They wanted freedom & flexibility to our Family First! Now they spread the message of Family First with their handyman & Household cleaning business.
They began their business with a $40 ad & changing their lives, beautifying the world.
There is a variety of episodes weekly from Ask an Expert, Business Fireside Chats, Handyman Business Secrets, Home Maintenance Tips & Christy & Max podcast.

The Biz Edge w/ Christy & Chip Christy Ogle

    • Business
    • 4.0 • 4 Ratings

Tired of living paycheck to paycheck?
Christy & Max got tired of asking permission to live their lives. They started a Handyman & Household in 2013 to take control of their lives. They wanted freedom & flexibility to our Family First! Now they spread the message of Family First with their handyman & Household cleaning business.
They began their business with a $40 ad & changing their lives, beautifying the world.
There is a variety of episodes weekly from Ask an Expert, Business Fireside Chats, Handyman Business Secrets, Home Maintenance Tips & Christy & Max podcast.

    How to Advertise on Facebook with a Small Business?

    How to Advertise on Facebook with a Small Business?

    Chip & Christy talk about Facebook boosting & how to turn it into a cash machine. How to use FB boosting for your biz.

    • 24 min
    Napoleon Hill’s Twelfth Step Towards Riches

    Napoleon Hill’s Twelfth Step Towards Riches

    The Brain. How to use a Master Mind to your advantage in Business? How to focus on the solution and not the problem. How to have a character building day with problems?

    • 9 min
    What Business Are You Really In?

    What Business Are You Really In?

    Chip & Christy discuss what business you are really in? How to work on your business and not in it all the time? How to get the competitive EDGE over your competition.

    • 24 min
    How to Find my Target Market in my Business?

    How to Find my Target Market in my Business?

    Chip and Christy discuss how to find and target your target market. How to take decades of knowledge from other businesses and put it into days for your business. Saving hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    • 42 min
    How do I Prospect for New Customers and Clients?

    How do I Prospect for New Customers and Clients?

    Chip & Christy discuss prospecting for your target market in business.

    • 39 min
    How to Market My Business?

    How to Market My Business?

    How to market your business? How to get people to know your biz? Chip & Christy discuss how to get known in business.

    • 36 min

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Worst people, worst podcast

These people are a joke with the most disgusting customer service and business management I’ve ever seen. Why would anyone want to take advice from such a terrible pair.

Sometimes Spouse LLC opened more than 50 franchise locations in recent years. All but a handful of these franchises failed, with franchise owners losing their investments of time and money. Since some of these franchise locations were resold to new owners, the Sometimes Spouse failure rate could be greater than 100%
Sometimes Spouse, Max & Christy Ogle & Crystal Stewart have been sued by more than 10 Sometimes Spouse franchise owners in at least 4 different lawsuits. Public documents indicate that allegations include fraud, breach of contract, lack of support and use of deceptive or misleading earnings claims.
On 1/29/20, Max Ogle & Christy Ogle filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court (Their second bankruptcy). In the bankruptcy petition, the Ogles claim that they have assets worth $87,000 and debts of more than $1.6M. The largest debts are for civil judgements against them by Sometimes Spouse franchisees. This could negatively impact the Ogle’s ability to support franchisees, Managing Partners or even employees in the future.
When asked to furnish the company’s Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) (which is required of all franchise sellers), CEO Christy Ogle claimed that Sometimes Spouse is not franchised and all local offices are company owned. Yet Ms. Ogle references Sometimes Spouse “franchisees” and the “Sometimes Spouse Franchisee Summit,” and contradicts this claim frequently in public postings. It could be argued that the Sometimes Spouse “Managing Partner” opportunity may, in fact, be a franchise opportunity that should be subject to franchise disclosure laws.
The Ogle’s bankruptcy filing contains numerous questionable claims regarding assets, other business ventures, and the status of their civil litigation. Sometimes Spouse and the Ogle’s frequently demonstrate (in our opinion) a very tenuous relationship with the truth.

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Family Podcast

My parents podcast is great and they work and they never quit

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