In this episode, I emphasize the importance of leaving a legacy for your family. We all want to create lasting memories for our children but they don't always have to be elaborate, beachfront vacations! Some of the Scott family legacy builders include: journaling, scheduled memories, baking, mommy and daddy dates, and family values that I believe you can emulate in your household. I hope to encourage you to brainstorm with your spouse to find ways that work for your family to build that crucial legacy.
If you own a business, you’re already doing too much and probably spending more time working IN your business but not ON your business. I’m challenging you in the next six weeks to hire one of these four positions: executive assistant, website developer, marketing/social media person, or cleaning lady. And yes, I just gave you a deadline! Trust me… you’ll thank me later.
Have you ever thought about or prayed about the position you are in, knowing you love it but still feel a tug that there is more you are seeking? Listen to my friend Shelly Gaddis explain what she did with her business, Elegant Mommy, the tug on her heart, and how she made some tough changes that altered her life in a positive way!
A lot of my coaching clients ask me, “Do I REALLY need a website?” Social media accounts are great and also helpful for your business, but a website will change your life AND your business!
As I get older, I try to get wiser about what my family and I are putting into our bodies. My good friend, Andrea Henriksen, knows a little about everything and she’s here to talk to us about the chemicals and toxins in our personal care products so we can elevate our health by pursuing toxic-free living.
My secret weapon for generating more revenue with my business, Rebekah Scott Designs, has been recording and posting videos to our Facebook page! I was recently selected for a feature in Handmade Magazine about this very topic so I wanted to share with you how videos have changed my business and my bottom line.
During one of my “Coaching Friday” events, you guys asked me what I did in the “middle” of my business with Rebekah Scott Designs. I LOVE this question because it’s rarely talked about. There’s SO much information out there about how to start a business but not much about what to do when you’re hustling to make it grow. After 14 years in business, I have some insights for you!
At the height of her business, Alison Werder made the difficult decision to dissolve her subscription style service and used her wisdom and resources around her to pivot into several new opportunities. She talks about getting honest about letting go and how that can give freedom to you and everyone around you!
Beauty Queen, Jill Turbak, has struggled with anxiety and depression since she was young. She attempted suicide at age 13 and since becoming Mrs. South Dakota International, she has taken on a subject that is very important to me - mental health. She is lifting the shame stigma on talking, reaching, and equipping us to better understand the trouble of those suffering.
Everything starts with a dream… a vision… and a simple step. ACTION. I think “action” is simple and has been VERY important to me in my personal life and in my business, Rebekah Scott Designs. I just KNOW how to take action. And guess what… you can do it too! It’s just one foot in front of the other. Let’s go!
If you’ve ever struggled with self-doubt, procrastination, anxiety, or feeling stuck, you are not alone! I, myself, have sought counseling from my wonderful guest, Rebecca Wiener. As a hypnotist and coach, Rebecca helps determined, driven, high-performing women (like us) get past what is making us feel stuck and helps us feel limitless!
Jeremy Brown, CEO of Throne Publishing Group, is the guy who helped me write and publish my book, “Equipped to Execute.” He and his team are extremely passionate about telling people’s stories and he’s joining me to talk about the importance of leaving a legacy for future generations and how to instill identity in your children by living YOUR OWN. Don’t miss this powerful episode!
The 3rd episode of my podcast was titled “Leaving a Legacy the Simple Way” and it’s one of the most downloaded episodes EVER! I wanted to take a deeper dive into the concept of legacies so I called in the perfect guest, Jeremy Brown.
In order to leave a legacy, Jeremy said you must:
In order to give future generations of my family the best chance to succeed, you must:
For more information on The Legacy Experience projects Jeremy and Brooke Brown are creating to share generational stories, please click here and contact them today! What an INCREDIBLE gift to give your family!
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We got this Encouragers!
Welcome back to Series 6 of The Encourager Podcast! Thank you SO MUCH for joining us and for allowing us a three week break during our busy summer show season! I’m kicking things off by telling you where we are now in our lives and will share some of my new favorite tips and tricks for getting things done!
Your “super skill” is the thing you can do at breakneck speeds, with high attention to detail, and feel on top of the world while doing it! It energizes you, even though you may go on doing this skill for hours on end without stopping. Listen in as I help you discover what your super skill is so you can maximize the joy and fulfillment you get from your work. It’s a life changer!
Before writing her first children’s book, My Favorite Job is You, Ashley worked in the high-stakes world of political fundraising. While she loved her career, she experienced a lot of mom-guilt and shame going back to work. Ashley’s balancing act with motherhood and her career led to this sweet book , which is an anthem for working moms everywhere and lets our little ones know that no matter what we do when we are away, being home is our favorite job!
I get asked frequently by other product-based business owners whether consignment or wholesale is right for them. In this episode, I lay out which businesses are best for each method and talk about my experience trying both with my company, Rebekah Scott Designs.
I recently read a book called “A Heart for Him” which details a mother’s journey through the loss of her infant daughter, Ivy. This “horribly beautiful” story hit home for me, as my family has been through the pain of losing my brother, Philip, to suicide 4 years ago (almost to the day that this episode airs). I had the honor of speaking with the author, Anna Friese, and we both hope this episode brings you comfort and encourages you to trust God’s purpose and plan, even through devastating loss and heartache.
My favorite twin sister, Sarah, is back on the podcast to share her expert tips and favorite resources for preparing toddlers for kindergarten! Sarah is a junior kindergarten teacher and recently attended the Kindergarten Academy Conference and is excited to share what she learned with our listeners!
Building a company means wanting growth and profit but there are times when business ebbs and flows, and we need to think lean. As owner and designer of Rebekah Scott Designs, I have learned how to ride the waves and share my tips for thinking lean while still growing your company.
Nycol and I go WAY back (to my church camp days) and she’s someone I admire so much that I will occasionally ask myself, “What would Nycol do?” As a servant of God, wife, and mom of three girls, Nycol has constantly sought God’s purpose for her life and joins us to talk about the importance of creating margin, making investments in 5 important areas, what ministry looks like at home, and that not all purposes have a paycheck.
With a full-time job and 5 kiddos, Sarah Waltner is busy! Listen in as she shares how she does it all successfully and is creating a balanced and fun life for herself and her family!
Summer is here so all four of my chicks are in one basket! While I LOVE this, I tend to romanticize the first few weeks of summer break… I picture us all eating a big breakfast together, then the kids hold hands and skip in the yard. Then, reality hits! Listen in as I share what I did differently this summer and how I plan ahead so everyone (including me) has some fun!
Through her 1-year-old daughter’s cancerous brain tumor diagnosis, a move for their family, and several major career changes, farm wife, mother of 5, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and children’s pastor Angie Klock joins us to talk about the importance of surrendering, managing fear, and trusting in God’s plan.
We all have a LOT of roles to fill and no matter how efficient we are, we all only have 24 hours in a day. This is a constantly changing list, but here are my top 10 time saving tips at the moment.
Chiropractor and mom of three, Dr. Melanie Mullenmeister joins us to discuss diets, especially for kids, and how we can help control behavior issues and give ourselves and our families the best advantage by properly fueling with healthy foods.