The Business Owners’ Marriage Survival Guide

Published on May 28, 2018

Jacob and Nicholle Godar talk about the trials and triumphs of the last year at Scooter's Lawn Care. They tell us about having their biggest year ever, moving to Florida from Illinois, shutting down a branch, and moving back to Illinois. It was a crazy year and they managed to keep Scooter's, and their marriage, thriving.

Being married and in business together isn't for the faint of heart, but you can make it work!

Jacob and Nicholle strongly recommended:

  • Defining clear roles in the business
  • Separating business and home conflict

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Cody Owen

Cody is a copywriter with Service Autopilot. He was writing before he could read, dictating stories to his mom. Of late, he distills business principles and practices learned from his ever-increasing trove of books and his year with SA Support into digestible blog posts designed to provide maximum value to service industry business owners.


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