Jason Katzenback is the co-founder of Amazing. Jason always knew he was going to be a leader when he marched into the break room at one of his jobs at age 23 and told his fellow employees that he would be their boss within 5 years…which he did in 3 years. Jason ended up quitting his job after realizing that being with the company was not as secure as he had thought and did $3.5 million the following year. He eventually met Matt Clark and the rest was history and Amazing.com has taught over 30,000 students how to build a successful Amazon business. Amazing has their flagship course, Amazing Selling Machine, Seller Pro their monthly membership, Amazing Accelerators for existing sellers looking to scale their business, and their annual conference Seller Con not to be missed with past speakers like Richard Branson, Sara Blakely the founder of Spanx, and many more.

 

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • [2:45] Jeremy welcomes his guest, Jason Katzenback. 
  • [5:20] How business life has impacted Jason’s parenting. 
  • [13:00] The five main topics that Jason and his family talk about each week. 
  • [17:50] Jason’s favorite song by his daughter, Jillian. 
  • [19:15] Learning from the loss of a loved one. 
  • [22:00] Connecting with what matters most. 
  • [24:00] Closing thoughts from Jason. 

In this episode…

Can you really have a healthy family life and a successful career at the same time? What steps can business leaders like you take to keep your family and your business in a healthy place? On this episode of Inspired Insider, you’ll hear from entrepreneur and business leader, Jason Kazenback. In his conversation with Jeremy, Jason opens up about how business life has impacted his parenting, how he checks in with his daughter each week, what he’s learned from the loss of a child, and so much more. You don’t want to miss a minute of this heartfelt and fascinating episode!

If you had to reverse engineer a healthy relationship, what would it look like? What components would you deem critical to a thriving and engaging relationship? Let’s face it; many business leaders find it challenging to navigate work and family life. Thankfully, there are generous leaders like Jason, who are willing to share their story and what works well with their family. Here are the four aspects that Jason and his family use to touch base and keep the lines of communication open. 

  1. Check-in. How are you today? How has your week been, what have been the major issues that have affected you good or bad? 
  2. Financial assessment. Lessons in money management. 
  3. Health. Physical, mental, emotional. 
  4. Relationships. 

What aspects would you add to Jason’s list? Do you have a similar approach to the relationships in your life? Learn more helpful insights from Jason’s story by listening to this episode! 

One of the reasons Jason and his family use this method to keep the lines of communication open is due to the death of his oldest daughter. As you can imagine the challenge of losing a child at a young age, is not easy – Jason and his family have had to draw upon all their strength and that of others to forge ahead. Using this time of grief as a way to focus on what is most important in life – Jason moved his family back to Canada, where friends and family are. What can you learn from Jason’s story? Make sure to check out the link to Jason’s business, Amazing, located in the resources section at the end of this post. 

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