When Kerry Anne Nelson arrived home from work one day to find her husband of 12 years laying face down on the kitchen floor, life as she knew it changed at that moment.
Losing her husband suddenly to a heart attack forced her to consider where her life went next and to make major decisions for herself and her children.
That journey of self-discovery inspired her to write a book, Creating Your Infinite Self, and to establish her own speaking and events venue, Our Place, in Melbourne.
But the story doesn’t end there.
The discovery of one passion led to another for Kerry Anne who, as a 17-year-old, had dated Rod Turner, then 21. Both went on to marry and have children to other people.
When depression led to the demise of Rod’s marriage, a mutual friend led the pair to reconnect via Facebook and eventually rekindle their relationship before going into business together.
In today’s episode, Kerry Anne and Rod explain how their complementary styles and skills make them ideal business-life partners and how they overcome some of the major challenges that all couples in business face.
Kerry Anne’s book: Creating Your Infinite Self – How to Find and Follow Your Passion
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Edward is the Co-Founder and Lead Strategist at the Institute for Couples in Business. When he’s not nutting out smart strategies you’ll find him hanging out with wife and business partner Rebecca and his sons Samuel, 4, and Charles, 2. For the past seven years Ed has been working with business owners to double profits, halve hours and build self-sustaining business that thrives with or without you. Ed is also author of #1 best-seller Lead-The-Ship and a sought-after guest speaker who often gets mistaken for Prince Harry.