• 00:30

    Mompreneurs Taking Bold Action

    in Women

    Many women long for the benefits—the flexibility, financial wiggle room, personal fulfillment, and quality family time—of being a mom business owner. But few actually take the bold action and risks to make it happen.


    Jill Christensen is among those few and in this episode she will share how she ACTUALLY got to where mompreneurs long to be.

  • 00:30

    Learning From Other Mompreneurs

    in Women

    Who are the people in your life who cheer you on in this mompreneur journery? 


    In this episode Christina will help you take an inventory of the people in your life who are loving you to success and filling in the gaps where necessary.

  • 00:30

    Biblical Mompreneurs

    in Women

    Christina suggests the qualities Catholic mompreners should look for in a mentor.  She explores Biblical Mompreneurs and lessons to learn from them. 
    Check out her original blog, "4 Biz and Life Lessons from Biblical Momprenuers" and get your free report, "12 Things You Can Do Today to Earn More Money in Less Time" at http://www.catholicwomensguide.com/moretimeandmoney.

  • 00:29

    Overcoming Fears About Your Business

    in Women

    Having fears is a normal part of being a business owner. When you ignore your fears or simply ruminate on them, you stay stuck. You procrastinate and make excuses for taking the next step. It is in those steps that the feedback from God, the world, yourself, and others on what to do next comes.


    In this episode Christina will discuss the different types of mompreneurs and how to work through fears commonly enxountered by mom business owners.

  • 00:28

    How to Deal With Learning Curves

    in Women

    Are you unconsciously sabotaging your business?


    To upgrade your business and life, you must do things differently, as well as, do things you weren’t doing before. But your unconscious protests, “I can’t do any more. I can’t add any thing else to my plate."


    "Changing is stressful. I don’t want to do it.”


    Making sure you got the message, your unconscious halts activities that makes your business prosper, (and you squirm a little).


    You say, “Make the difficult phone call.” Your subconscious says, “No, let’s work on your website instead.”


    What does your unconscious mind know that you don’t?


    In this episode Christina helps Catholic mompreneurs and wannabe mompreneurs in dealing with learning curves and how to overcome difficulties in starting up a business.

  • 00:31

    Owning Who You Are

    in Women

    Most people don’t realize that their journey into entrepreneurship will take them beyond just having a successful business.  The path almost always ends up into a deep investment into personal growth.


    Those who don’t do the inner work often become feel stuck.  Many get blocked from achieving their dreams.


    Our guest today has spent a lifetime discovering and sharing with others the way to live authentically and powerfully both in one’s business and personal life. 


    Cassandra Spears has a colorful past of living in a spiritual community with like-minded individuals interested in living and working communally and with certain values and beliefs.  And today, she continues to stay true to her values by restructuring her life and moving so she can support her aging parents.


    The wisdom of Cassandra can help mompreneurs move past the internal obstacles that are keeping them from what they want most in life.

  • 00:30

    This Way to Spiritual Direction

    in Women

    Some of the questions we often get asked by mothers who aspire to become entrepreneurs are: “How will I know if this is for me?” “Will I still have time for my family?” “I am unsure if this is what I am meant to do.”


    There are many things to consider before you start your mompreneur journey. And if you’ve been and avid listener of Catholic Mompreneurs on Fire, you will recall that aside from the “business” side of mompreneurhood, there are also other things involved like childcare, dealing with distraction while working at home, etc.


    But these are not meant to discourage you from dipping your toes into the water. Establishing a mom business is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. And the road to mompreneurhood can be made bearable if you are guided by your faith.


    In today’s episode Peggy O’Flaherty, founder of Creating Space, talks how having spiritual direction can address life’s everyday challenges—including those you encounter in your mom business.

  • 00:31

    Successfully managing your two loves: your business and your marriage

    in Women

    Running a business isn’t a walk in the park. It is doubly challenging for mompreneurs who, on top of managing a business, want to keep their hubbies first.


    Between work and personal responsibilities and caring for kids, it’s not always easy to give our spouses the love and attention they deserve.  


    So how do you exactly mix your two loves—your business or ministry and your marriage life? How do you avoid your husband from feeling that you’ve become more of a business partner than a wife?


    Our guests today can help us with this mompreneur dilemma.


    Yes, guests, because today we are having husband-and-wife team of Manny and Karee Santos. Karee and Manny have been holding marriage preparation and enrichment programs for over a decade now, revealing the Church’s secrets to a happy, holy marriage.  

  • 00:29

    Is Your Baggage Dragging Down Your Business?

    in Women

    December is a great time to step back and assess any excess baggage that is draggimng down your business. A perfect time to let go of what isn't serving you and plan, invest and refine what is and will. It's easy to get distracted, but release, focus, and planning can turn your business around.


    In this episode Catholic Mompreneur Coach Christina Weber discusses how .

  • 00:31

    Quality Care for Precious Cargo: Smart Childcare

    in Women

    Returning guest Judy Helm Wright (AKA Auntie Artichoke) will talk about childcare issue—one of concerns many mompreneurs have, especially for some of us who still have very young kids.    


    Juggling a mom-biz while tending to the needs of our children is the ultimate balancing act we all need to perform. And for most of us who have our business office at home, finding that previous and quiet time to tackle business-related tasks can be a challenge with kids around.


    So what solution do we have? Childcare…but not just any kind of childcare.


     

  • 00:28

    A Mompreneur's Guide to Saying 'No'

    in Women

    Stay-at-home moms are almost always the receiving end of favors being asked. Because they are “not working”, everyone asks them to do everything — from being the homeroom parent, to volunteering in the lunchroom, to organizing the canned food drive.


    Mompreneurs, too, get to be asked to volunteer on some things. But having a mom biz, you can always fall back on, “I can’t. I have to work”. But for some mompreneurs, saying 'No' doesn't come easy.


    That is why a process for discerning which requests to accept and which to politely decline shoudl be in order. In this episode Christina shares her strategy what tasks to take and which ones to decline.

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