As a business owner (and a human being in general) it's natural to desire to be respected. But it's important that we are mindful of how we're garnering the respect we receive.
I recently heard the question, "do you demand respect or command respect" and I just love it. the two words seem pretty similar, but there are some distinct differences that I'm going to walk through in this episode today.
Do you self care? Do you think you self care well? As parents and entrepreneurs we often think of ourselves last, which means that our personal self care often comes last.
And I'm not just talking manicures and pedicures. I'm talking about how we're taking care of our bodies, minds and souls - how we're treating ourselves.
Today I'm joined by the lovely Erin Kendall, an American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer with 2 little toddlers at home.
While juggling a household, two kids, three pets and maintaining a little sense of self she hopes to bring a ray of hope and sunshine to other busy moms through her company, Fit Mom Go.
Erin has been a personal trainer since 2009 and works with clients in person, online and maintains a community of other Fit Moms through an easy to follow workout program!
Influencer marketing is an industry that has grown leaps and bounds over the years as online business and e-commerce have boomed, so today I want to talk about the "new"world of influencer marketing and how you can leverage it to build both your community and your business.
In this episode we are talking about a few of the tools we use and love to systemize and streamline collaborating with other people in both our lives and businesses. If you've ever wished that collaborating weren't so complicated or overwhelming, be sure to tune in!
My new book, Confessions of a Boss Mom (which just hit #1 on Amazon for Motivational Self Help!) is what inspired this episode, and I think it’s something that’s important to talk about because it’s something that doesn’t impact just us, but also everyone else around us.
This is a quick, fundamental episode touching on a key way I think we should approach life, that I think will make a difference in how we feel about ourselves, how we feel about others, how we raise our children, and how we engage in our businesses.
As many of you know, I'm currently in the thralls of getting certified in an appreciative inquiry program through L.E.A.F and it's all about owning and leveraging your strengths, in life and business.
It focuses on the idea that when we leverage our strengths together that they outweigh the weaknesses in our systems, personalities and what we put out into the world.
Instead of measuring where we are weak, what if we started measuring where we are strong and focusing more of our attention there?
Well, my guest on the podcast this week cares an awful lot about your strengths and I'm so pumped to share this episode with you.
Alissa Daire Nelson is an accomplished speaker, author, podcaster and Certified Strengths Strategy Coach, but more than anything else she's an exceedingly proud wife and mother of two, who loves helping others discover how to make their businesses and relationships thrive in harmony.
Let’s stop measuring where we are weak, and instead measure where we are strong. That’s how we should be seeing our capabilities and our opportunities, not from where we’re failing and what we need to fix, but from how to do more of what we’re doing well and excelling at.
No matter who you are or where you’re at in your business, this episode will be relevant to you and it might just shift the way you think about yourself, your business and the place you’re at in the world, in a way that could be more beneficial and productive for you.
In this episode I'm breaking down a core element from my latest book, Confessions of a Boss Mom, which is all about knowing your circles of understanding to know how to leverage the connections and relationships in your life.
Understanding this concept will literally change how you see the world and do life and business, so jump in, grab and pen and piece of paper to take notes, and don't forget to check out the new Confessions of a Boss Mom book for even more juicy goodness just like this.