In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Kathryn and Michael K. Redman. They’re the co-founders of Half a Bubble Out, a marketing and business consulting firm. They’re also the co-authors of a book called: Fulfilled: The Passion & Provision Strategy for Building a Business with Profit, Purpose & Legacy.
Running a business isn’t easy — and getting your business to a stable, successful place that makes money and allows you to sleep well at night may feel out of reach.
After years of research and honing their strategies, Kathryn and Michael Redman have developed a holistic framework and roadmap to help entrepreneurs make smart, strategic decisions and holistically thrive. In this episode, we unpack what it takes for business owners to overcome the challenges they face along their journey. Through their own struggles and stumbles, Kathryn and Michael share how you can become financially successful, experience meaningful work, and lead a business you can be proud of.
Questions I Ask Kathryn and Michael K. Redman:
- [0:52] I know many people would say that they could never work with their spouse, so how do you do it?
- [3:00] Are healthy disagreements something that you’ve intentionally worked on?
- [6:27] What does Half a Bubble Out mean?
- [9:08] Can you lay out what the framework of your business looks like?
- [14:54] Would you say your vision for the business came after the stumble?
- [19:43] How do you get business owners to realize that understanding and being in the know of the financials is a key component of running the business?
More About Kathryn and Michael K. Redman:
- Their book — Fulfilled: The Passion & Provision Strategy for Building a Business with Profit, Purpose & Legacy.
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