working with your spouse

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working with your spouse

Everyone puts their own unique spin on the idea of working with a spouse. Some add an expletive when asked if they could work with their spouse. To some, the idea is a total nonstarter that would only serve to complicate their life and business. I’ve been working with my wife for nine years, and I love it. It’s not

for everyone. It takes the right two personalities. Employees can have a vested interest in your photography business, but no one will work as hard as your spouse. Executed properly, this type of working relationship can add tremendous value to your business and marriage.

Having my wife here with me is a real asset since I photograph so many seniors. She helps the girl seniors with their wardrobes, which frees me from any liabilities. But that’s just one factor that makes it work for us.

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