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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.
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.
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.
Today we have to learn how to celebrate the differences of mothers and the things that we going through on a daily journey
there are times when we can establish a dry spot every know and then but there is a reason why all this occurs today and one reason is because we don't celebrate the journey or the lifestyle of women today
we as women today live through a journey and we have to learn how to celebrate each other in the journey we don't life through enough life to wait until we die to celebrate there journey today
there are times we don't have enough patience to lift the person up and do the necessary things in life today. . .
Mothers do so much so those of you who connected with me thank you and for those who didn't well go and listen
to the archives and things will change for you in due time
Mothers need to be celebrated not tolorated on a day to day basis. .
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email me and let me know you enjoyed this #mompreneurs #conference
next will be a conference in september it will be the vision conference 2015 #vcon15
#mompreneurs #call #radioshow
Mompreneurs is a conference about mothers. . It's important that you understand parents are or should be the best thing today
There are times we need to understand mothers put allot in you and when will you move forward and thank your mother for being who she is today
This conference I hope has touched somebody you can shout out and tell us where your calling from today. We love when you to shout out a couple of mothers and make it happen on a daily basis
#mompreneurs are where it's at today
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today we live a society where we can only talk to our neighbors and that is not so we can talk to anybody we want to even strangers and get along with them very well. . there times when we as a people have to learn how to celebrate the new life that we have today or we will never make a difference in where we are going in life today
today we are the people of the future but we continue to not act like in life today.
Mompreneurs have to start taking advantage of what they have and what they do
there are times when we just have to be careful how we treat each other but when will the real #mompreneur stand up?
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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.
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.
Felicia Wright, host of HERstory, is the mompreneur and military spouse of Mygani, a community-based marketing firm that helps businesses create a professional presence by aligning their personal brand with their company brand. She is very active in the community and volunteers with several non-profit organizations, two of which are Girl Scouts and the Alzheimer's Association. Additionally, as a mom, social entrepreneur and military spouse Felicia created, Mentoring Mamas™, (Mygani's signature program) a peer-to-peer mentoring program designed to support mompreneurs in addressing the unique issues we face in raising a family while growing a business. The program's three areas of focus are:
Embracing the Community
HERstory is an inspirational segment featuring women sharing their personal and professional experiences as entrepreneurs.
In honor of March being Women's History Month, today's guests are:
Anna Pageau - Jamberry Nails
Lakeisha Dorsey - Angel’s Love Pet Sitting, LLC
Lana Milesevic - Terraink Marketing
Like in most beginnings, the first few months— or even years— of being a mom business owner are the most challenging. On top of being in charge of your own business, you also have a household to run while trying your best to be present during the most important milestones in your family.
There are so many things to juggle that it is not surprising one aspect in the life of a mompreneur gets neglected during this phase of building a successful mom business—self-care.
Our guest for this episode advocates self-care and expansion of self-love in order to experience the personal and professional life of your dreams.
A best-selling author and leader in the fields of women empowerment and coaching, Dr Eve Agee will share with us some tips that will surely inspire every mompreneur to create health and wellness on top of a thriving mom business.