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🎧  How Can Married Entrepreneurs Achieve Better Work-Life Balance?
Podcast Marketing / PodCast / Jun 26, 2024 / Posted by Kay Lee and Robert Fukui / 8

🎧 How Can Married Entrepreneurs Achieve Better Work-Life Balance?


In this episode of the Expert Insight Interview, host John Golden speaks with Robert and Kay Fukui, co-founders of IE 61 Inc and authors of “Tandem: The Married Entrepreneur’s Guide for Greater Work-Life Balance.” The discussion centers on the unique challenges married entrepreneurs face in balancing their business and personal lives. Robert and Kay share their personal experiences and strategies for achieving better work-life balance, such as setting boundaries with technology, prioritizing quality time, and leveraging each other’s strengths. They also introduce their consulting program, “Power Couples by Design,” aimed at helping entrepreneurial couples thrive both professionally and personally.

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About Author

Robert and Kay Lee Fukui are the co-founders of i61, inc., a business consulting company. They assist married entrepreneurs in creating a better work/life balance by structuring the business to scale while giving precious time back to the owner to invest in their marriage. Robert received his marketing degree from San Jose State University and has spent 25 successful years in sales/marketing with companies such as Coca-Cola, Novartis Pharmaceutical, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. He played instrumental roles in the launch of six major brands, was directly responsible for over $150 million in revenue, and was a recipient of national sales and leadership awards. His business acumen allows him to help family businesses build a more profitable, efficient, and sustainable company. Kay Lee Fukui earned her business degree from the University of La Verne. She worked in the banking industry for many years and in her family business as operations manager for over 10 years before meeting the love of her life, Robert. She understands the highs and lows of running a family business and the sacrifices the owners make; often at the expense of marriage and family. Her passion is to see marriages flourish while building a profitable business and to help the entrepreneurial couple understand that you don’t have to sacrifice the marriage and family for the business.


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