Dec 18, 2019
Today on the podcast you will meet relationship experts Aaron and Jocelyn Freeman. They believe your net worth is equal to your network of quality/influential relationships.
Aaron & Jocelyn Freeman are authors of The New Power Couple, speakers and sought after relationship coaches. With much excitement, they founded and launched the Empowered Couples University: an online university hosting higher education & personal development for motivated couples to learn relationship skills to be a true team. They have shared the stage with Tony Robbins and "Golden Gavel" Hall-of-Fame speakers, were nominated as Arizona’s 40 Under 40 Influencers, and have been featured in national media for teaching couples modern, practical skills and tools to work together through any life challenge- reaching over 500,000 people around the world. They host one of the top relationship podcasts on iTunes and lead two other thriving companies. They are passionate about training and leading future relationship coaches and have an accredited coaching certification program. Jocelyn & Aaron Freeman are ordained, writing their second book and their vision is to make 'relationship development' the new 'personal development' and to lower the divorce rate in their lifetime.
Aaron and Jocelyn became entrepreneurs because when they got married and saw immediately how they were spending the majority of time at separate jobs. These jobs capped them in the amount of freedom they had and the amount of money they could earn. They also both have stories of past relationship wounds and desired to help people get into better relationships and be more connected and happy in their marriages.
If you could start all over with
your entrepreneur journey, what would you do
"Interviewed more couples early on for what their real pain points are and done more live events that produced higher revenue through speaking to sell."
What SPECIFIC NINJA skill did
you need to learn or acquire to make money at what you are
"Scheduling in person discovery calls and selling high ticket programs on these early connection calls."
What was the number one mindset
shift you had to make in order to believe you could do
"Income is not correlated to the amount of time and effort.”