Rob and Sherry close in on 17 years of marriage. They talk about how it has been a professional asset, the challenges and benefits of working together, and what things have been important in a successful marriage.
In this episode Rob talks about “playing long ball”, thinking about as a founder or significant other of a founder, how to stay in this space for the long haul. He highlights three points to achieve this and goes into details on each.
Rob interviews Derrick Reimer, co-founder of Drip, about how his marriage has been a super power during his founder journey. He talks about the ways he gets support from marriage, how it has helped him be more efficient with his time, as well as some of the struggles a founder may face.
Rob and Sherry talk about how your key relationship can be one of your business superpowers. Rob shares some relevant points from a book he recently read and Sherry reveals some details on her and Rob’s relationship in the early years, including how they first met.
In preparation of Rob’s upcoming retreat, he and Sherry explore the concepts of freedom, purpose, and relationships. They also talk about some alternative definitions of entrepreneurship.
In part 7 of their Co-Founder series, Rob and Sherry share some of their thoughts on the interviews as well as talk about some additional information like getting to know your co-founder and the importance of communication.
Rob and Sherry continue their Co-Founder relationship series and interview Neil Patel. They also give their concluding ideas on the series as well as addressing some listener questions.
Sherry interviews Anders Peterson, founder of TimeBlock, about his failed co-founder relationship and the lessons learned.
Sherry interviews Jordan Gal, of CartHook, about his choice to pursue finding a co-founder to help improve his business.
Rob and Sherry continue their episodes on CoFounder relationships. In this episode Sherry interview Anthony Eden of DNSimple about his challenges with starting a business with his brother.