After being in business for 13 years, I have learned a lot of lessons (sometimes the hard way) so join me as I “pay it forward” and share my wisdom with all of you about what I would do differently if I knew then what I know now.
Kim Henderson joins me to talk about how her career success as an event planner led to some not-so-great “ah-ha” moments, causing her to leave her dream job to focus on her family and talks about how she still uses her God given talents.
The amazing Clint Brown and Lauren Forsch from Alluvio join me to discuss ways to grow your business! Alluvio has helped me amp up my own business (38.7% growth in 2016) so I can’t speak highly enough about them!
My twin sister, Sarah, and I talk summer schedules for our kiddos and why they are important. We’ll also give details about our schedule so you can get some ideas for where to start for your family.
Join me and my amazing husband, Nick, as we discuss our marriage and our best tips for a strong and healthy relationship!
Shutting down at night can be one of the most difficult things to do as we handle all the roles in our lives, especially if you work from home. How do we fully turn off our brain so we can close our eyes and get some rest at night? Sometimes it happens out of exhaustion or because we want to check out and not face our “to do” list. In this podcast I talk about what I do to fully (and properly) shut down at night.
Through many joys (marriages, children) and heartaches (divorces, losing their brother, Philip, to suicide), my siblings and I are extremely close. Tune in to this episode to hear some funny stories that have helped shape who we are, some of our favorite quotes/Bible verses, and our sibling love for one another!
Setting goals is important but tracking them helps you stay motivated and on track! Today’s podcast is about goal setting and tracking and I’m interviewing Melissa Heckel, a work-from-home mom who is a full time freelance graphic designer and creator of the “List With Purpose Goal Tracker."
Building a business and raising a family is difficult and can easily lead to burnout. You need discipline, motivation and a superwoman cape to avoid it completely! Burnout has happened to me, which is why I’ve come up with so many of my systems and why I wrote my book, “Equipped to Execute.” In this episode, I’ll cover my tips and tricks for avoiding burnout.
Many people who have their own business want to know how to deal with competition. I’m a competitive person and I think you must have a competitive edge to start a business because of the thrill and risk involved. This is a very big deal in the field of “makers” so here are my thoughts in regards to competition in business.
In this episode, I talk about the three things I do as a work at home mom (WAHM) that make my day go so much more smoothly! I block them into my schedule and plan around them and don’t interfere with them (just as I don’t interfere with THE Holy Trinity).
My “food” system is the fourth in the series of four systems that help me stay on track in my personal life and my business. Thinking about what you and your family are going to eat can take up a lot of mental bandwidth so I recommend having a plan and will share what that looks like for me and my family.
I have four systems that help me stay on track in my personal life and my business and my “work” system is the third in the series. As a mompreneur, I need to have a system in place for my business. In this podcast, I discuss the four major methods that help keep my “work” system going.
I have four systems that help me stay on track in my personal life and my business and my “family” system is the second in the series. Prioritizing my family over my business is so important to me. My “family” system involves values we instill in our children and six guidelines we follow as a family. I also touch on other factors like discipline, prayer and date night!
I have four systems that help me stay on track in my personal life and my business and the “me” system is the first in the series. Having a “me” system is important because it fills me up and helps me give my best to God, my family and my business. My “me” system involves self-love, confidence, beauty (inside and outside), God and Gratitude.
FREEDOM! That’s what most people think of when they hear “work from home.” While that can be true, too much freedom can also cause us fear because there isn’t a boss giving us parameters and our workday isn’t a typical 8 to 5 schedule. Working from home doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here are my top 3 secrets for simplifying working from home.
The word “wise” has been coming up a lot in my life lately and it has made me think about the wise choices I’ve made in my life and in my business. While I know wisdom comes from above, I wanted to share this with you so you could reflect on the wisdom in your own life.
I have four small children and I work at home so people always ask me, “How do you do it?” I had to learn how to focus with small children present in my work environment and learn to work WITH my kids all while being productive!
When it seems like you have a good rhythm to your work day, you might think “I may have time to take on more… should I do that?” Block out an hour or two to think on this idea and ask yourself some important questions.
Anything that is a clever tip or trick to simplify things in your home or office is a “hack.” In my home, I’ve figured out in each room what would help me stay organized and accomplish more! These are simple things that don’t require you to spend a lot of money and can be both physical things or mental things.
I believe what you speak comes back to you so I try to be very particular about what words come out of my mouth and the tone in which I say things. When you speak, you are speaking things into existence so you must be careful about what you say!
I don’t normally think much about my age but I turned 35 this year, which seemed like a big deal! I was thinking “If I retire at 70, I’m halfway through my working life!” GAH! While I want to amp things up and get things done, I also want to take a breath and reflect on what I’ve learned during my time here on this earth.