Our guest for this week is Jeremy Stewart, entrepreneur and founder of Hari Mari.

Jeremy used to work as a political consultant, running campaigns for politicians internationally. In 2012, he decided to go back tome to Texas and apply his marketing and strategical planning skills to enter the market of consumer goods. That is how Jeremy and his wife started Hari Mari, a company that produces flip-flops, sandals and other shoe styles for men, women, and children. Hari Mari also has a policy called Flops Fighting Cancer, where they donate 1% of sales to help children & families battling pediatric cancer.

Today, Jeremy and I talk all about what it means to run a successful business with your spouse, how it affects your day-to-day, and what are some of the best tips you can follow to maintain a strong work-life balance. Our topics include:

  • How was Hari Mari started?
  • Things you need to consider before starting your own business.
  • What’s it like to have a family and be an entrepreneur?
  • The value in knowing what your strengths are.
  • What separates entrepreneurs who thrive from those who don’t?
  • Should you hire for cultural fit?

All that and a whole lot more! Stay tuned for another action-packed episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee Podcast!

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