EP27 Brian & Amber Yaussy: How to Build a Successful Company With Your Spouse
In this episode of DYB Podcast, Steve interviews Brian and Amber Yaussy, owners of Creations by Brian.
Brian started his life in business by immersing himself in a family business.
However, Brian felt the need to establish his own presence through his own business, and with the help of his wife, has created something special that is set for success.
Brian and Amber talk about what their business brings to the table, how they put communication at the top of their list of priorities, and just how they keep their business and personal relationships with one another healthy.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- The Upsides and Downsides of Working within a Family Business
- How Bryan and Amber are capable of Creating Synergy in their Business
- How to keep communication open while staying tactful
- What it’s like Running a Business as a Couple
“Working for the family business, you get fired a lot.”
“We’re still learning our lessons.”
“We try to be intentional about every 6 months to do something just for our marriage.”
“It’s about communicating. It’s about recognizing our strengths and our weaknesses. We have to make sure that relationship is protected first and foremost because that is going to be there after the business.”
“Our goals were quite limited by what we thought possible. We didn’t know what was possible.”
[04:08] How Creations by Brian started by creating a family business
[09:31] Why Brian had to move on and start his own business and the diligence and passion that eventually pushed him to success
[19:24] How Amber came into Brian’s business and how her work behind the scenes added a new level of sophistication to the business
[25:34] The ways Brian and Amber work on their marriage while running a business together
[36:10] Hiring for character over just hiring painters
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