Being a mompreneur can be so incredibly hard at times. Especially as Latter-day Saint moms. The guilt of wondering if spending time growing a business is damaging our relationship with our children is real! After hearing some of your comments and concerns surrounding this, I asked my own kids what they do and don’t like about my business. I think we can all learn a lot from their honest responses.
Category: Work Life Balance
Learn how to grow your business without overwhelm through automation, processes and systems, time management and hiring help so you can focus on your family
This episode is for all of you who need to know that you can be a good mom and a thriving entrepreneur. Today I’m interviewing one of my absolute favorite women, Sarah Allred. She is diving deep into some of the lessons she has learned through starting (and sometimes dwindling) several businesses. Her pure joy for this work is infectious and she is spilling the beans on why it’s so important for you to share parts of your personal journey with other women trying to be both Mom and Entrepreneur.
You have great ideas. You are a problem solver. But sometimes it’s hard to find the time and energy to share all of your brilliant solutions. Creating a space to store those ideas and then making a plan will help you big time.
Struggling with feeling overwhelmed by how much time you’re spending posting on social media? I interview Michelle Gifford. Through years of experience in her own businesses and coaching other mompreneurs, like you, she has created an amazing strategy to help ease your content creation stress.
Planning out your day is so super important. It can truly help you create a successful life – in business and in your personal life. And I try to do that. I even know what my ideal routine looks like. Today, I’m pulling back the curtain and giving you a sneak peek of what that looks like for me – as an ideal and reality.
Procrastination steals something precious from us – it steals time that we can never get back. In this episode, I discuss how I fight procrastination (and sometimes win).