Robert & Kay Lee Fukui have developed the innovative consulting/coaching program, Power Couples by Design™, which equips couples to build a Thriving Marriage and Prosperous Business.
Robert Fukui is the co-founder of i61, Inc., a business consulting network that exists to develop profitable Purpose led businesses that positively impact people, culture and economies. Robert received his degree in Marketing from San Jose State University and experienced 25 successful years in sales/marketing with companies such as Coca-Cola, Novartis Pharmaceutical and Bristol-Myers Squibb. Played instrumental roles in in the launch of six major brands, directly responsible for over $150 million in revenue and a recipient of national sales and leadership awards.
Kay Lee Fukui, wife and co-founder of i61, Inc. earned her business degree from the University of La Verne. Worked in the banking industry for many years and in her family business as operations manager for over 10 years before meeting the love of her life, Robert. Her passion is to see marriages flourish and the wives understand their identity and the powerful role they play in both the marriage and business.
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Our guests today are Robert & Kay Lee Fukui. Robert & Kay Lee have developed the innovative consulting/coaching program, Power Couples by Design™, which equips couples to build a Thriving Marriage and Prosperous Business.
We met them virtually at the recent Dave Ramsey EntreLeadership Summit which is a world-class leadership conference designed to re-energize businesses and business owners.
1) In this Covid Season many people are reinventing themselves and starting small home-based businesses. For people who are doing that as a family-effort, can you really separate your business life from your married one?
2) We’ve perhaps never experienced a time when tensions across the nation and within families has been so high. How does improving your marriage improve your business? and vice versa
3) What area in business do most owners struggle with?