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The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast

By Russ Morgan & Joey Muré



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The Greatest Lesson Learned from Top Entrepreneurs with Jim Sheils

• 41 min

As you try your best to provide for your family or build your business, you tend to spend too much time away from them, and before you know it, your kids have all grown up, and you barely know them. So how would you like to give your family the same focused energy and attention as you do with your business? Today's guest lays the foundation for building lasting relationships with your spouse and children.  Jim Sheils says you only have 18 summers with your children, so make them count! Discover how to make each conversation meaningful and memorable in this heartwarming episode.  Top 3 Things You’ll Learn:  We deny our spouses and children two things: an authentic apology and a sincere compliment.Family life has nothing to do with perfection. Instead, it's all about bridging imperfections and making the most of our time together. Three guiding principles when it comes to having that one-on-one with your kids.   About Our Guest: Jim Sheils is the author of the Amazon bestseller  "The Family Board Meeting." He developed the Family Board Meeting process to help business owners bridge the gaps between themselves and their loved ones. He is the founder of 18 Summers, which specializes in live events, workshops, and private consulting for organizations looking to strengthen their family lives while still succeeding in business. He also owns a private real estate company that has done more than $200 million in transactions. Jim is an avid surfer and enjoys traveling with family and friends. Most of all, he loves spending quality time with his wife and kids.    Resources: The Family Board Meeting by Jim Sheils -   Connect with Jim Sheils: Website - Join the Inner Circle Live Event on January 6-8, 2023: Take Advantage of a Free Financial Strategy Call:

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