July 9, 2021

05 - Lesson From A Power Couple

Next-level living isn’t just a business. It's a family. The “head” also has to be supported by the “neck,” which Jeremy refers to Tracy as. Their marriage is what really allows their business to be taken to the next level. On this episode of...


Next-level living isn’t just a business. It's a family. The “head” also has to be supported by the “neck,” which Jeremy refers to Tracy as. Their marriage is what really allows their business to be taken to the next level. On this episode of the next-level living podcast, there is a special guest couple (Kennis) who is looking for marriage advice as well as success advice in their newly found marriage. This podcast will take you from learning how not to become part of the divorce statistic to financial success as a couple and many more keys to a successful marriage.

3:00

  • Marriage advice from Jeremy and gain info on how to not become a part of the 50% divorce rate 
  • You’re not only marrying that person; you are marrying the childhood problems that come with that person

11:30

  • Finding your identity and alone time is very important in a relationship 
  • You have to find yourself, or there may be problems later down the line

14:00

  • Make sure you stay on 1 accord with one another 
  • Make sure you work with one another and submit to each other to win

21:51

  • Financial success starts with killing debt 
  • Saving money and spending responsibly as a couple 
  • “I don’t only want multiple streams of income; I want multiple rivers!”

28:30

  • What was it like going from a 9-5 job to having faith in Jeremy's goal 
  • Stability is one of the main things that was scary for Tracy 

32:00

  • DISC assessment importance 
  • How working with someone that is opposite of you allows you to succeed 

36:00

  • Don’t do scorekeeping. Don’t base you doing the things that you should do off of what others are doing 

42:00

  • Alignment with God, one accord with one another, is what allowed their marriage to strive 
  • “Focus on what’s strong and not what's wrong”