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Moms with Dreams is the go-to podcast for women who want to pursue their dreams in the midst of motherhood. A weekly show that provides empowerment, education and inspiration for moms, this podcast delivers success strategies and actionable steps. Listeners will meet successful people who are living their dreams, and in turn, become inspired to begin their journey toward business ownership, becoming a published author, or pursuing any other passion that's burning inside of them.
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Feb 24, 2016

“Some people look forward to Friday. I look forward to every day because I’m doing what I love.” ~Jacqueline Miler

Jacqueline Miller is the mom of two sons, Founder of Jacqueline DuJour Enterprises, LLC, a two-time bestselling author, speaker, blogger, and a life coach.

When her children were younger Jacqueline admits that she believed that she couldn’t possibly pursue her dreams and be a great mom. After the sudden death of her husband in 2002, Jacqueline became “suddenly single” and so engrossed in being a single mother that she lost touch with herself.

In this episode Jacqueline shares her journey out of “the wilderness of her life” to MOGUL Mom, empowering women to pursue the life of their choosing.

Jacqueline’s Journey Back to Herself Began

Jacqueline became aware of her passion to work with moms during a conference she attended hosted by Lisa Nichols. It was during a conversation with Lisa that Jacqueline realized how passionate she was about helping moms not make the same mistakes that she’d made earlier in her life.

Jacqueline Cautions Moms to Take Care of their Health

Jacqueline recalled a time in her life when she neglected her health. She felt that she was too busy to care for herself, and later had some serious health scares. That was her wake-up call, but she doesn’t want other women to go through that. She encourages women, regardless of how busy they are with work and family, to make their health a top priority.

Jacqueline’s Biggest Regret

Her biggest regret was falling into the trap of believing that she couldn’t be a great mom and pursue her dreams. When Jacqueline’s boys left her home and she became an empty nester, she struggled with figuring out what was next for her. Now she coaches women and shows them how they can pursue their dreams while being attentive to the families. It’s totally doable!

Simple Steps to Help Moms Follow their Dreams

  1. Give yourself permission to pursue what you want
  2. Don’t allow mom guilt to creep in and make you doubt yourself.
  3. Seek out support and don’t try to do it alone
  4. Get your family involved in your dream so they can see what’s in it for them.
  5. Set attainable goals that get you closer to your dream.
  6. Connect with like-minded people who will encourage you and support your dream.

Jacqueline Recommends that You Read:

Chocolate & Diamonds for the Woman’s Soul: Timeless Treasures to Warm the Heart, compiled by Carla Hall & Laurie Grant

Jacqueline is a contributing author to this Amazon bestselling anthology. With stories written by more than 100 women from all over the world, this book will inspire you to know that you’re not alone.

Jacqueline’s Projects

She will continue coaching moms and has plans to host book signings this year. Jacqueline is very excited about her 12-week program, My Journey Back to Me, which teaches women the exact steps that Jacqueline took in her life so she could live her dreams.

Where You Can Find Jacqueline Online

Join her Mogul Moms DuJour Facebook group

Website: www.thejacquelinemiller.com

Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, & Periscope: @mogulmomdujour

Jacqueline’s Parting Words of Wisdom

“Life is just too short not to love what you do.” ~Jacqueline Miller

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Moms With Dreams Show!

If you’re not already a member of the Moms With Dreams Community, I would love to have you join us!

Visit http://momswithdreams.com and sign up to receive your 5-Day Time-Finder Guide, that will help you find time in your week so you can start your journey toward your dreams.

You’ll get inspiration, tips and strategies from me to keep you moving forward in your journey. 

I invite you to connect with me on social media and join the Moms With Dreams Facebook group by clicking here.

I look forward to meeting you!

To Your Dreams & Success,

Erica

Feb 16, 2016

Nagina Abdullah is a weight-loss coach for busy women and the founder and CEO of Masalabody.com. Nagina has been featured on Fox News, Woman’s World and Mind Body Green for her fun and easy weight-loss method.

She lost 40 pounds in 9 months while caring for her two children and working 12-hour days in a demanding management consulting career. During her weight loss journey, Nagina was still able to enjoy her favorites - chocolate and ice cream.

 

In this episode, Nagina talks about her breaking point – when she was finally fed up with being overweight and having no energy – and how she discovered a new way of eating delicious food that allowed her to lose the weight and keep it off.

How Nagina Lost Weight by Eating Foods She Loves

As a busy mom and career woman, Nagina didn’t have loads of time to spend cooking healthy meals. She was able to leverage her time by preparing foods that she was already accustomed to eating by simply changing her seasonings. Before long Nagina had her secret recipes that all the moms in her neighborhood wanted.

How Nagina Channeled her Frustration into a Plan of Action

When Nagina reached her breaking point and decided that it was time to make changes, she figured out  how to frustration to create healthier eating habits. She researched and discovered that she could use most of the seasonings that she was already using and that they would support her weight loss efforts.

People often want to change, but they don’t know how. When you reach your breaking point, figure out how to pair your frustration with an action plan. Then follow through with your plan.

How to Stay Focused on Your Weight Loss Plan as a Busy Mom

Nagina encourages women to connect with people who are doing what they want to do. She joined Facebook groups and was inspired by the success of other members in her groups.

Success Tip #1: Make conscious decisions about who you surround yourself with, whether it’s in an online environment or in person.

Success Tip #2: Set short-term goals that you keep you moving forward toward your bigger goals.

Nagina’s Biggest Challenge in Pursuing Her Dreams

Her biggest challenge is staying focused on one thing at a time in her business.

She admits to being tempted to add new things (because there are so many new things to try in her industry), but she has found that being consistent and building on her existing coaching programs has added tremendous value to her brand.

As a result of her laser focus, Nagina has seen significant improvement in her coaching programs.

Nagina’s Advice on Discovering your Purpose

She encourages women to look within and figure out what skills they have that could be taught to others.

Be confident and know that there is something that you know that would be valuable for someone else to learn.

Nagina’s Recommended Books

Nagina offers a free Weight-Loss Recipes for Busy Women book that includes seven of her quick, delicious recipes. You can download your copy at http://masalabody.com.  

Nagina also recommends The Big Leap, by Gay Hendricks. This book helped Nagina become aware of the limits that people place on their lives. She found it to be powerful for her personal life and for her business.

Nagina’s Projects

Nagin recently launched her 1-on-1, 10-week Weight-Loss Jumpstart program, where she provides coaching, accountability, and weekly menus/recipes for her clients.

Where You Can Find Nagina Online

Her website: http://masalabody.com

Parting Words of Wisdom

“The best way to get to the next level in your journey is to invest in yourself. Take a course; hire a coach or leader in your area who can help you shorten your learning curve.”  ~Nagina Abdullah

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Moms With Dreams Show!

If there’s something that you want to share, please leave your comments below and I will be sure to respond.

Would you like to be a guest on my show? If so, send me an email at Erica@momswithdreams.com.

If you’re not already a member of the Moms With Dreams Community, I would love to have you join us!

Simply sign up to receive your 5-Day Time-Finder Guide over at MomsWithDreams.com. This guide will help you find time in your week so you can start your journey toward your dreams.

You’ll get inspiration, tips and strategies from me to keep you moving forward in your journey. 

I invite you to connect with me on social media and join the Moms With Dreams Facebook group by clicking here.

I look forward to meeting you!

To Your Dreams & Success,

Erica

 

Feb 10, 2016

Born and raised on government assistance, Kimra Luna was inspired to do more with her life once she became a wife and a mother. She wanted to help people on a large scale but wasn’t sure how and where to start.

After discovering how moms were blogging and building businesses online, Kimra knew that she could make a difference with her passion for teaching.

Kimra was committed to creating the life of her dreams. In May 2014 she launched her business kimraluna.com and made over $900,000 in sales during her first year.

In this episode, Kimra takes us on her journey from where she started to where she is now, and where she’s planning to go with her online empire.

Build Your Business from a Place of Service

Kimra built her brand and her business by making genuine connections on Facebook. While on welfare, she started a vegan support group for moms and spent a lot of time answering questions and helping her members. Making friends came easily for Kimra as she is naturally outgoing and loves to socialize.

She quickly became known as an expert in her group and in other FB groups because she spoke up and offered solutions. People trusted her and believed that she could help them because of the relationships she had already established.

For women who aren’t as outgoing, Kimra encourages them to be themselves. Know your strengths and become known for what you’re passionate about doing. If you’re great at teaching, then do that. Whatever you’re good at it, do it with passion.

You Have to Get in Front of People

Kimra talked about the importance of putting yourself out there. Get in front of people so they know how you can solve their problems. She cautions listeners about being a ‘hidden gem’ or the best kept secret. If you really want to help people, you have to get over your fear of being in front of them.

Overcoming Your Fears

Kimra shared insight on how to overcome your fear of speaking in front of people. Once you start putting yourself out there, sharing your knowledge and teaching, people will want more from you. The more you stay in action, doing the thing you fear the most, the easier it becomes and your fear gets smaller each time.

Kimra’s Thoughts on Being a Mom Who’s Following Her Dreams

When Kimra had her oldest son she only wanted to focus on being a mom. She believed that she was supposed to set her dreams aside. But it didn’t take long for Kimra to realize that it was possible for her to pursue her passion and dreams while taking care of her family. She had to get over her mom guilt and get clear on why she was pursuing her dreams.

The key to launching your dreams as a mom is to know what matters most. Once you know what that is, do more of it. For Kimra, owning a successful business allowed her to retire her husband and spend more time with her family. It’s important that her husband is in her sons’ lives and that he gets to spend quality time with them every day. She can afford a lifestyle that she never had because of her commitment to her goals. She’s living the life of her dreams that she created out of her desire to make a difference.

For more information about Kimra Luna and how you can appear on the Moms With Dreams Show podcast as a guest, hop over to the Moms With Dreams site

 

Jan 31, 2016

When Judy Graybill’s relationship ended ten years ago, she joined the 70% of stepfamilies who break up. Despite their love for each other, Judy and her ex couldn’t find a way to resolve their issues and make it work.

She was heartbroken, angry and resentful and wanted to get to a place of healing and happiness. Judy discovered the Stepfamily Foundation, where she learned that her experiences were very common. She was able to identify the cause of her breakup and heal by learning more about stepfamily dynamics.

Becoming a certified Stepfamily Coach through the Stepfamily Foundation was a no-brainer for Judy - she wanted to help other families who were struggling with the same issues. Having a background in psychology and sociology helped her transition successfully into stepfamily coaching.

As a speaker, educator, and writer, Judy Graybill “helps stressed out stepparents and their spouses argue less and relax more”.

Contrary to what many people believe, having love for each other is not enough to make a stepfamily work. In fact, it’s the exact opposite and Judy explains why that is.

Biggest Challenge for Blended Families: Difference in Parenting Styles

Judy explained how different parenting styles can add stress to blended families. When both adults have their own way of raising their children, this can lead to arguments and tension unless they know how to communicate and work through their differences.

Another level to this challenge is co-parenting with the ex. Instead of having 2 adults raising children, blended families may have 3 or 4 adults who are involved. It can be very challenging to raise children in an environment where all the adults have different parenting styles and can’t agree.

Risks Associated with Unhealthy Blended Family Environments

Children who grow up in families with tension, constant arguing and unresolved issues often don’t learn how to have healthy relationships as adults. They are at greater risk of having multiple relationships and potentially divorce, according to Judy.

They tend to have low self-esteem and lower grades than children in stable families. In extreme cases, children drop out of high school or run away from home to try to escape their unhealthy environment.

3 Starter Questions to Create Positive Change your Family

  1. Who needs to change?
  2. What needs to change?
  3. How does it need to change?

Judy recommends that couples ask themselves these questions. She cautions that if you identify everyone else except yourself for question #1, then you may not be ready for change.

When working with her clients, Judy uses these questions as a baseline to identify the root of their issues. She co-creates a plan that helps couples resolve their issues. During their time together, Judy frequently checks in to see how they’re progressing and determine if any adjustments to the plan are needed.

Judy discussed ‘conscious uncoupling’ as a goal for blended families.

The term ‘conscious uncoupling’ applies to separated or divorced couples. It is the idea of being conscious of how your actions affect other people. When you are conscious of this, you are able to set your feelings aside and deal with them in private so you protect your children, your ex and others from certain behaviors directly related to your feelings.

This can be difficult for couples who end explosively, but it’s something that both parties can work toward. For couples who separate on a more amicable level, such as growing apart or falling out of love over the years, achieving conscious uncoupling is often an easier process.

Conscious uncoupling is beneficial to everyone involved. If you’re struggling with your feelings and finding it hard to cope, you should seek professional help.

Judy’s Tips for Starting A Passion-Based Business that Helps Others:

  1. Study successful people who are doing what you want to do. You can learn from their mistakes and discover what may or may not work.

 

  1. Don’t overextend yourself as a new entrepreneur. Think of creative ways of developing your business and avoid buying into every bright shiny object that you see.

 

  1. Work on your spiritual development. The more you work on your inner stuff, such as exploring your vulnerabilities and fears, trusting yourself and having faith, the easier the outer stuff will become. Connecting with your soul will help you face challenges in your business and in your life.

 

Judy’s Suggested Resource:

Hay House Radio, that offers 24/7 all-talk radio on mind, body, and health topics. You can listen live or purchase a membership and listen to pre-recorded shows.

Judy’s Projects:

She is offering co-parenting workshops in the Phoenix, AZ area. Judy teaches parents how to transform strained relationships into working co-parenting relationships. If you’re in that area, contact Judy for more information.

She’s creating information products to help families heal strained relationships and help stepfamilies become resilient to the challenges that usually break them apart. Judy has created a Blueprint for Change and is working on a 6-week course.

Where You Can Find Judy Online

Website: http://stepfamilycoach.com

Facebook: Judy Graybill and Stepfamily Coach

Twitter: @Stepfamilycoach

Judy’s Parting Words of Wisdom:

“Be willing to challenge your own beliefs. It’s one of the hardest things to do, but it can be one of the most liberating.” ~Judy Graybill

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Moms With Dreams Show!

If there’s something that you want to share, please leave your comments below and I will be sure to respond.

Would you like to be a guest on my show? If so, send me an email at Erica@momswithdreams.com.

If you’re not already a member of the Moms With Dreams Community, I would love to have you join us!

Visit Moms With Dreams and sign up to receive your 5-Day Time-Finder Guide. This guide will help you find time in your week so you can start your journey toward your dreams.

You’ll also get inspiration, tips and strategies from me to keep you moving forward in your journey. 

I invite you to connect with me on social media and join the Moms With Dreams Facebook group by clicking here.

I look forward to meeting you!

To Your Dreams & Success,

Erica

 

Jan 27, 2016

Sara Speicher is an international bestselling author, an entrepreneur, a mom, and a wife. She helps female entrepreneurs build flexible businesses around family time. She goes beyond marketing strategies, sales scripts, and confidence exercises. She integrates her consulting and coaching expertise and designs profitable business models for on-the-go moms.

In this episode Sara tells us how she developed an interest in consulting as a college student and how her early years as an entrepreneur felt like a dream.

After returning to her business from maternity leave, Sara realized that she was no longer fulfilled. In order to figure out the right direction to go in, she turned inward and starting identifying her inner strengths and what she was truly passionate about. Sara discovered that she wanted to serve her clients on a deeper level. That’s when she transitioned into business consulting and coaching.

How to Tap Into Your Inner Strength and Find Fulfillment

Sara recommends reading the book, Strength Finder 2.0, by Tom Rath and taking the assessment. This will help you learn things about yourself that you may not know right now.

Sara believes that as a busy mom pouring a lot of energy into your business, it’s important that you enjoy your work. If you don’t enjoy your work, it’s harder to stay motivated and keep going when you’re taking care of your kids during the day and pulling all-nighters to complete work for your business.

As Your Life Evolves, So Will Your Business

Sara explained how you need to make adjustments in your business as your life evolves. She gives the example of a family having a second child and how the business will take a back seat to the new baby. You, as the business owner, will need to make decisions about how you will adjust your business to fit into your new life.

As your children grow up they will need you to be present in different ways. Again, being aware of this and prepared to adjust your business operations will serve you well.

The same is true in your relationships. Be flexible and willing to adjust your business hours so you can devote time to your significant other. 

How to Avoid Getting Overwhelmed As You Build Your Business

  • Sara recommends that you take a look at how you’re spending your days, weeks, and months. Make an honest assessment so you can see what’s going on in your life.

 

  • Write shorter to-do lists and focus on one task at a time. If it takes you all day to get done with that task, that’s ok. If you get finished early and have time left over, move on to the next task.

 

  • Examine your daily routine to see what you can streamline, automate, eliminate or outsource in your business and personal life.

Sara shared her tip on increasing your energy while closing sales. When she has to close an important sale or have a conversation with a client, Sara stands up and walks around to increase her energy flow. She suggests watching powerful Ted Talk by Amy Cuddy, Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are. Click here to watch this video.

Recommended Books:

Circling The Sun, by Benka Pulko.

An inspiring story written by the first woman who traveled the world on a motorcycle. This personal development book inspires you to examine your personal strengths, your desires, and your dreams.

Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and the Competition Irrelevant, by Renee Marborgne & W. Chan Kim.

This business book teaches the strategy of creating ‘blue oceans’ that consist of fresh, “untapped new market spaces”.

Both books are available on Amazon.

Current Project:

Sara is working on a new product that helps moms build businesses that create a lifestyle of freedom and flexibility.  

She is offering a free PDF guide for listeners of today’s episode. Simply send her an email at Sara@saraoblakspeicher.com and mention that you heard her interview on the Moms With Dreams Show podcast to get your copy.

Where You Can Find Sara Online:

Facebook: Her personal profile is Sara Oblak Speicher.

Website: www.saraoblakspeicher.com

Telephone: 646-801-0681

Sara’s Parting Words of Wisdom:
“One dream can change your life.”

Visit http://momswithdreams.com and sign up to get your 5-day Time Finder Guide, to help you find more time and get more done each week. While you're there, leave a comment about this week's show and I will be sure to get back with you.

Would you like to be a guest on the Moms With Dreams Show podcast? Send me an email at Erica@momswithdreams.com so we can talk about it. 

To Your Dreams & Success!

Erica 

Jan 19, 2016

I had the pleasure of interviewing Erica Castner, a certified coach who’s known as the “Queen of Results”. Erica is passionate about the personal development of women and has built a business that helps entrepreneurs achieve the results they want. She is the host of the Proclamation of Persistence podcast series and hosts weekly calls where she provides practical advice for working moms.

In this episode Erica tells us how she became known as the Queen of Results and why she kept that title and built a brand around it.

Check out the highlights from my interview with Erica.

Erica’s take on overcoming doubt in your ability to succeed as an entrepreneur:

Erica recognizes that women often have doubts about their abilities to succeed as emerging entrepreneurs. With access to so many resources, and witnessing the success of others, new entrepreneurs can become overwhelmed and begin to question whether or not they have what it takes to be successful.

Erica believes that having resources to show you how to start and run a business are important. But even more importantly is your mindset. In Erica’s opinion, the best way to develop a winning mindset is to get help from a professional such as a coach, counselor, or mentor or join a mastermind group.

Hiring a coach provides accountability and keeps you focused on moving forward with your goals.

How Erica helps women create results in their businesses:

Erica works with entrepreneurs in her mastermind group, helping them strengthen and grow their business. Her primary focus is building a business through networking and partnerships. Her mastermind provides access to resources that help new entrepreneurs connect with established business owners and potential clients. Erica teaches her mastermind clients how to create a professional social media presence and utilize different platforms for business growth.

Erica’s Best Business-Building Tip:

Build a network early on in your business. You don’t have to build your business alone, despite what you may think. Establishing relationships and partnerships will accelerate your business much faster than doing it solo.

Adjusting to Stepmom Life:

Erica was “gifted” into step-motherhood when she married her husband, Ed. She admits that it was challenging in the beginning, but her family worked through it by creating honest, open lines of communication. This helped her stepchildren feel comfortable voicing their feelings and concerns and also helped Erica adjust in her new role as stepmom.

Hop on over to http://momswithdreams.com to learn about Erica's current projects and how to connect with her online. I'd love to hear your comments and answer any questions that are on your mind. 

If you're not a member of the Moms With Dreams Facebook community yet, I would love for you to join us by clicking here

Jan 13, 2016

Tina Brown is an accomplished author, a loving mother, and a proud grandmother. Her journey as an author began with writing personal thoughts in her diary. After a while Tina realized how much healing she experienced and was inspired to share her story with the world.

In her first book, A Life Not My Own, Tina shares her personal experiences of child abuse and neglect and her struggles as a teenager and a young adult. In the popular eBook, Just Between Us – Inspiring Stories by Women, Tina contributed a short story about her life challenges and how she overcame them. Tina later ventured into fiction with her book, Struggles of the Women Folk, and its follow-up, Tethered Angel.

In this episode Tina shares how she overcame her biggest challenge and fear. She gives helpful advice to aspiring authors and explains why she self-published her second and third books instead of hiring a publishing company.

Tina’s tips for getting started on your journey:

  1. Define the goal that you want to accomplish.

  2. Design a method that will help you achieve your goal.

  3. Identify blocks of time to work on your goal.

  4. Start by taking small steps within the blocks of time that are available to you.   

    You can learn more about Tina and her journey by visiting momswithdreams.com.
Jan 5, 2016

Maura Sweeney is an author, podcaster, international speaker, world traveler and a Huffington Post blogger. Her mantra is, “living happy – inside out” and she was recently named Ambassador of Happiness by UNESCO Center for Peace. A former corporate manager, business manager and home schooling mom, Maura stepped out of her comfort zone to pursue a lifestyle career and invites others to join her in doing the same.

Maura can be seen everywhere – from around the block to around the globe looking for great people, great stories, and good news to share.

In this episode Maura shares her journey of discovering personal happiness and how you can, too.

Dec 31, 2015

“When we spend our lives waiting until we’re perfect or bulletproof before we walk into the arena, we ultimately sacrifice relationships and opportunities that may not be recoverable, we squander precious time, and we turn our backs on our gifts, those unique contributions that only we can make.” ~ Brene Brown, from Daring Greatly

In this final episode of 2015, I share the 3 biggest achievements that I made in my business and the 10 lessons I learned as a result.

I compiled this list with the hopes that these lessons will help you in your journey. You may have heard them before, but you may hear something differently that helps you take action or get unstuck.

Thank you for being a part of my community! Wishing you a prosperous, happy and healthy New Year!!

Dec 30, 2015

“There are different stages in your life for doing different things. It may be in your 40s and 50s that this is the time for you…to find out what you really want to do.” ~Louise Armstrong

Louise Armstrong is a Midlife Transition Coach for women. She’s on a mission to help women gain confidence and clarity to enjoy their lives so they can remove barriers and enjoy inner peace and contentment in their careers, relationships and health.  

As a mom who experienced empty nest syndrome when her three children moved out of her home, Louise relates to women who struggle through this and other life-changing events. Her expertise lies in defining and removing emotional blocks like low self-esteem, low self-worth, the burden of responsibility, fear, guilt and much more.

In this episode, Louise shares her personal and professional journey that led her to where she is today.

Dec 22, 2015

“Fear is always going to be with you. You can allow it to walk with you, but you can’t allow it to stop you.” ~Erica Aker

Erica Aker is a 20+ year veteran in the beauty industry serving as a licensed stylist, cosmetology instructor, certified colorist educator, a certified trichologist and a business coach.

Erica helps beauty professionals structure their businesses with proven principles that promote professionalism, long-term growth and financial security. She is the author of How to Build Momentum in Your Business and considers herself to be a “forever student”.

Dec 16, 2015

“Your brand, like when you’re building your house, is the foundation of your business.” ~Mimika Cooney

Born in South Africa, Mimika Cooney is a TV host, published author, speaker and a business, branding and video marketing expert. Her passion is helping entrepreneurs attract their perfect clients and position their brands for higher sales by sharing her branding and marketing expertise. Mimika is also a loving wife and mom of three beautiful children. In this episode, Mimika shares how she balances being a mom, and a TV host while operating her consulting and coaching business. 

Dec 9, 2015

“When you believe that you can do this and there’s no other option, the Universe will meet you there. God will meet you there.” ~Kanesha Morrison

Kanesha Morrison is a wife and mother of three sons under the age of 6. She went from being on welfare to earning six figures in less than 9 months. Kanesha leads more than 20,000 women through her makeup company. Kanesha lives by the value of asking, believing and achieving in order to be all that God has called you to be.

Dec 2, 2015

Talmar Anderson is the Founder of Talmar it Up, LLC, an operations and management firm. With over 20 years of experience managing multi-million dollar businesses, she easily and quickly applies her insights to help her clients expand their business operations and increase their profits.

Talmar is a loving wife and mother of a handsome little boy. She is dedicated to her family and treasures time spent together.

In this episode Talmar shares her intimate journey of mompreneurship, including the ups and downs.

Nov 25, 2015

L.J Jackson of Personal Power Within, Inc. is an award-winning women’s empowerment expert, mentor, inspirational speaker, executive producer, author, certified Master NLP coach & success coach with 20 years of experience helping thousands save their dreams. She’s a strategic interventionist trained through Tony Robbins’ official life coach training program. L.J. is also a trained and experienced school counselor and psychologist, assisting parents in understanding themselves and their children.

In this episode L.J. shares her personal journey of discovering her inner power after feeling lost and unclear about her purpose.

Nov 18, 2015

Susan LeBron is a mom of six, a military wife and the author of the newly released book, No Fig Leaves Allowed: Getting Emotionally Naked. After healing her own relationships, Susan is on a mission to help others strengthen and protect their relationships. She teaches couples how to recognize intimacy barriers that often prevent them from being completely honest with each other. Susan wrote No Fig Leaves Allowed so couples would know how to create a safe haven in which they remove intimacy barriers so they could freely love each other.

Nov 11, 2015

“It’s all about setting short-term goals to achieve long-term goals, doing little things each day that turn into a lifestyle.” ~Teresa Robinson

 Teresa Robinson is a health and fitness coach, yoga practitioner, a mom of four, a dedicated wife all while working a full-time job. Since childhood Teresa has had a passion for sports and spending time outdoors. After having children, she struggled with her weight and hit a low point when she realized that the weight wasn’t coming off.

 After having her third child, Teresa decided enough was enough. She started doing Pilates, adding a little more each day. Teresa then made a promise to herself and to her family that she would maintain a healthy lifestyle and set a good example for her children. Eventually Teresa’s passion drove her to become a health and fitness coach. She is currently pursuing her certification as a yoga instructor and is looking forward to helping others make health and fitness a lifestyle.

Nov 4, 2015

Tiffany Nycole Smith is the CEO & Founder of Tiffany Nycole International and a life and business success coach for women. Drawing on her personal journey as a mother who brought herself through a divorce, coupled with her expertise in psychology, Tiffany teaches women how they can achieve happy, fulfilled lives even after a devastating loss or failure.

In this episode Tiffany shares her journey from divorce to entrepreneurship and her challenges as a single mom.  Tiffany breaks down the obstacles that often keep women stuck in their own negative thinking and tools they can use to set themselves free.

Oct 28, 2015

Dr. Denise Dennis is the founder of Prepared Mind Coaching, LLC and the author of Make That Change! 8 Steps for Crafting Your Ideal Life and The B.O.S.S. Journal: Set Quarterly Goals, Track Daily Progress and Be a Business on the Side Success!. Dr. Dennis helps entrepreneurs grow their business on the side while they continue to work their full-time jobs. One of her favorite quotes by Louis Pasteur, “Chance favors the prepared mind”, summarizes her vision of coaching and life. Chances and opportunities come into our lives, but we can only make the most of them when our minds are prepared.

During our conversation Dr. Dennis shared helpful strategies and lessons she’s learned along to help entrepreneurs build their side businesses.

Oct 21, 2015

Shanon Lee is a professional writer, editor, web designer and creates social media marketing plans for small business owners & entrepreneurs. Shanon is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of SomeSayLove.com, a contributing writer for Hearst Digital Magazines and a featured columnist for Divorcedmoms.com. Divorced twice herself, Shanon is now enjoying a healthy, loving relationship and is the mom of four beautiful children.

During our conversation, Shanon talked about her love of writing, how she blends her business with motherhood  and her journey to becoming a paid, professional writer.  

Oct 14, 2015

“We are all here with a purpose and we all have a mission in life.” – Julie Starr

An award winning social issues advocate for human rights and environmental protection, Julie Starr has long been a dreamer and a doer. Determined to realize her own dreams, Julie founded Possibility Life Coaching for Women. A mother and a grandmother, Julie works intimately with women across North America who are eager to achieve personal growth, live their best lives and leave a positive mark on the world.

Julie is passionate about helping women embrace their significance and achieve their dreams. She is a firm believer that good things are going to happen.

Oct 7, 2015

Avalaura Beharry, known as the Spiritual Sage, is an executive coach, a life coach and a spiritual counselor who dedicates her life to assisting influential women with living their best lives. As the founder of Avalaura’s Healing Center, she uses a holistic approach to help women deal with challenges and life issues that stop them from living fully. Avalaura is known for helping her clients discover who they are and their deeply rooted issues, by taking them through her proprietary process from breakdown to breakthrough.

Sep 30, 2015

“Most women are pretty organized as is. We just have to figure out a way to balance our outside circumstances.” ~ De Bolton

De Bolton, a wife and mom of three daughters, is a champion for work-at-home moms everywhere. De is an award-winning entrepreneur and was named South Jersey Biz Best of Biz for Organizational Specialist. Her small business expertise and rock star sales and recruiting success led her to launch De Bolton Enterprises. She is the published author of the Consultant Organizer Planner for Success and the Entrepreneur Planner for Success. De combines her knowledge and expertise to help her clients feel better, work efficiently and live simply.

Sep 23, 2015

Rachel Tenpenny Crawford is a mother, wife, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, healing educator, and co-founder and tea creator at Teamotions.

The inspiration for Teamotions came after her twin daughters Aubrey and Ellie died in 2008 just a few weeks after they were born. Together with her sister, Crystal Tenpenny, these women are on a mission to share their message of hope and healing one cup of tea at a time.

In this episode listeners feel Rachel’s passion for healing hearts after the loss of a child.

Sep 16, 2015

Aisha Taylor, the CEO and founder of FN Phenomenal, is a financial freedom expert who brings a fresh twist to wealth consciousness. Although Aisha had been well-instructed on how to manage money, she fell into the trap of “keeping up with the Joneses” and had to develop a positive relationship with money in order to reach financial freedom.

In this interview Aisha shares how she started FN Phenomenal and went from struggling and pinching pennies to gaining financial freedom. Aisha also broke down the steps that you can take to get yourself out of debt and “on the right side of the money equation”.

Interestingly enough, Aisha doesn’t encourage her clients to get a part-time job to supplement their income. She explains why and also shares creative ways that you can generate additional income.

 

Lastly, Aisha gave away the secrets for moms to prepare healthy meals at great prices. These secrets will save you money and time!

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