How do Successful Entrepreneur Couples do it? featuring Ellyn Bader and Peter Pearson
Being successful as a couple under traditional "normal" circumstances is challenging enough. If one of you is a wage earner mindset and other an entrepreneur, that takes the challenge to another level. I know this first hand. And some day we will have that specific conversation.
But today, we are talking with an Entrepreneur couple who helps other entrepreneur couples be as successful as posible. How do they do it? Well you'll just have to listen in.
Meet our Feature Guest
For more than 30 years, Drs. Ellyn Bader and Peter Pearson have specialized in helping couples transform their relationships. In 1984, Ellyn and Pete co-founded The Couples Institute, where they have since worked closely with entrepreneurial couples throughout Silicon Valley, including CEOs, startup founders, and small business owners, helping them better understand and overcome the unique challenges of managing a business and marriage simultaneously (and successfully).
Recently, Ellyn and Pete have been working specifically with couples who are building online businesses in information and internet marketing. In a climate of rapid innovation, where even a small slice of market share can be worth billions, these clients are on the firing line every day. From 36 years as married partners -- 34 of those years spent working with couples and building their business together -- Ellyn and Pete have seen it all.
They bring both personal experience and clinical expertise to their clients through innovative programs and intensive workshops, guiding thousands of couples to build lives they love with the ones they love.
Considered by many to be the preeminent experts in couples therapy, Ellyn and Pete have educated and inspired therapists across six continents. They have been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America, and CBS Early Morning News, and have been quoted in publications like The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, Business Insider, Redbook, and Cosmopolitan.