Jeff Lupient wife is a truly inspirational figure and a woman that I feel very lucky to know and lucky to call a friend. I first met Jeff Lupient during our time at Hamline University and it was clear even back then that he would go on to find great success. After experiencing the world of management for over 10 years Jeffrey Lupient eventually set up his own automotive group right here in our home town of Minneapolis-St. Paul Area, Minnesota. Given that we both loved the industry and that we were both from Minneapolis-St. Paul Area, Minnesota, he invited me on board to manage some of the admin side of things. Jeff places high focus on success, much like myself and this is why we have managed to achieve so much, in Jeff’s case however, his highly charged energy and drive for success comes from his super star of a wife, and here is how she supports her successful partner.
Jeff’s wife Anne is not someone who will hide in the shadows when it comes to how Jeff manages his business and she is very often the one behind him giving him a push. Anne also hails from Minneapolis-St. Paul Area, Minnesota and around here we don’t accept second best. Jeff’s wife is able to gee him up when it is needed and ensure that he is firing on all cylinders when his head starts to drop.
Anne is also involved in a lot of the decisions which are made about the business and although she isn’t necessarily named on the business, she always has insightful and interesting things to share when it comes to making a decision. I often think that this must be brilliant for Jeff, to have an intellectual and forward thinking partner who can help him out.
Given that Jeff Lupient can’t be home as much as he’d like to his wife takes on a huge amount of responsibility when it comes to looking after the home and their children. The pair could easily pay for a nanny but they both decided that a present parent would be far better. Somehow Anne even finds the time to work as a consultant despite how busy she is with her home life.
When Jeffrey W. Lupient decided to start this business his wife and he had a conversation about what they wanted to achieve. Knowing that they both couldn’t achieve their dreams right away, Anne decided to put hers on hold until the children were old enough to look after themselves. This act of sacrifice is incredibly noble and it shows just how much she loves and supports her partner in his endeavors. Knowing Jeff as I do, I understand full well that he will repay that debt to her.
What do you think a partner of someone successful should be like?