Whether running your own company or being a key player in someone else’s, maintaining an environment that promotes a good work-life balance can have an enormously positive impact on the family, the business and, ultimately, the marriage itself. It’s an endless challenge to find and sustain that balance, but four local couples make it look easy and are sharing the secrets to their astonishing success.
David and Amanda Seay agree that supporting each other and setting priorities is what keeps their two businesses and home life on track. “Having incredible support of your spouse and with what you’re each trying to do is key,” Amanda said. “We both have a lot on our plate, but we realize… [Read Entire Article]
Brian and Moira Kucaba attribute their success to putting God and family first and making their health and wellness a top priority in their daily lives. With each running their own successful business, both have extremely busy schedules but work together raising their two children and stay focused… [Read Entire Article]
When it comes to balancing home life and running three businesses, Keith and Kim Powell said they attribute their success to passion, purpose and perseverance. With three separate businesses and over 100 employees between all companies, the Powells are the picture of achievement, having built… [Read Entire Article]
Mark and Georgia French, both senior vice presidents – wealth management for UBS Financial Services Inc. on Daniel Island, maintain a solid work and family balance because they recognize they each have different roles to fulfill and strive to put each other first. Working in the same office… [Read Entire Article]
By Diane Pauldine