When it comes to balancing work and family life, it can sometimes be difficult to effectively do both. In this episode, Chris invites Steve Chou onto the show to discuss his new book, the Family First Entrepreneur.
They talk about how to achieve financial freedom without sacrificing what matters most, why Steve felt the need to write the book for entrepreneurs who have families, as well as the systems and processes he follows to ensure that he’s not only achieving his business goals, but also being present for his family as and when they need him. If this is something you’re currently struggling with and have been wanting to improve, this episode is perfect for you!
- [07:52] – Why Steve felt the need to write this book for entrepreneurs who have families
- [09:20] – The Four Burners Theory and how we can leverage it as entrepreneurs
- [16:15] – The processes and systems Steve follows to stay focused and on track with his goals, whilst still being there for his family
- [22:09] – Steve’s ecosystem and the different revenue streams he has in place
- [25:59] – Embracing change and why it’s important that we adapt with the times
- [28:54] – Lifecycle marketing, automation and taking customers on a journey
Essential Learning Points From This Episode
- Why Steve wanted to write this book to share his perspective on how to balance family and business
- How entrepreneurs can still be present with their family, whilst achieving financial freedom
- The Four Burners Theory and how we can utilize it as entrepreneurs
- Breakdown of Steve’s ecosystem and the different revenue streams he has in place
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode
- Pick Up a Copy of The Family First Entrepreneur
- Take the Next Step Business Assessment
- Get a Signed & Limited Edition of Rise of the Youpreneur
- Join the Youpreneur Incubator Waitlist
- Apply for Chris’ Inner Circle, the Round Table Mastermind
- Subscribe to Chris’ YouTube Channel
- Browse the Youpreneur FM Podcast Archive
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