Years ago I stopped at a yard sale and discovered a box full of business books. The books were very familiar to me since my husband and I had several of them. I looked up at the woman running the sale as she chatted with a friend and said, “Looks like someone is an entreprenuer!” She turned to me with a snort and responded, “Yes, but he doesn’t need any more ideas.” And turned back to her friend.
To say I was stunned was an understatement. In an instant she had demonstrated the lack of respect for her husband and his ideas to a complete stranger.
The entrepreneurial spirit.
I have met many men over the years who have an entrepreneurial spirit. There is something inside of them that longs to create, build, and share with others. There is a sense of pride and accomplishment that comes with succeeding in a business or project that starts with an idea.
My husband has been entrepreneurial since high school. He and a friend started a business where they traveled to parties and put on magic shows. They would be booked almost every weekend. In college, he continued as a solo act since his partner went to another school.
After we were married, he decided to serve in the Army, but that didn’t stop his desire to create and build something.
What any husband wants is the unconditional love and support. A husband feels the need to conquer the world for his wife. As his wife, I want him to succeed in whatever he chooses to do. I want him to conquer the world!
A wife who belittles and demeans a husband’s effort is in essence destroying the fabric of her marriage.
The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands, the foolish one tears hers down. Proverbs 14:1 (NIV)
My role for my husband is to be his cheerleader.
No matter what he decides to do, I want to encourage him not discourage him. Don’t get me wrong, that doesn’t mean that my husband does whatever he wants without my input. No. In fact, he comes to me often with ideas to get my opinion on whether or not it is worth pursuing. I am his filter. I help him figure out what part of the world he wants to conquer. I help him figure out the path that matches his gifts and talents. I help him in any way I can with whatever role he wants me to play.
Tearing down my husband will tear apart our marriage.
I have often thought about that woman at the yard sale. I hope that friend she was chatting with helped her see that negative remarks can hurt a marriage. I hope that she even realized that what she said was demeaning. Ultimately, I hope that she allowed her husband to conquer the world for her.
“Genuine praise and admiration turns an ordinary man into a king.” – Marriage Works!
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