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513. Never Regret Your Work Life Balance by Using The Family Board Meeting Jim Sheils SBM Podcast

513. Never Regret Your Work Life Balance by Using The Family Board Meeting Jim Sheils SBM Podcast

Update: 2021-03-10
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Tersh talks with Jim Sheils, author of The Family Board Meeting!

Today's interview is with an amazing author who is determined to help us create amazing relationships with our children by using a method that we use in business all of the time! 

In today's episode, Tersh and Jim talk about the 3 MUST DO principles for you to grow your family's relationships through board meetings.   

Our Deep Dive~

  1. One on One time
  2. No electronics!
  3. Let them decide on a fun activity for the day

 

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"If you know how people will emotionally react, you have an advantage more valuable than all of humanity's innovations."

Thank you for listening to another episode of the Service Business Mastery Podcast!

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513. Never Regret Your Work Life Balance by Using The Family Board Meeting Jim Sheils SBM Podcast

513. Never Regret Your Work Life Balance by Using The Family Board Meeting Jim Sheils SBM Podcast

Tersh Blissett