Today, I’m chatting with Megan Brame. Megan is a 5x award-winning entrepreneur-turned marketing coach who wants to help other entrepreneurs build their businesses into profit-making machines that let them get away from their soul-sucking jobs and support their families, while avoiding common pitfalls.
She wants everyone to know and learn how to make sure they are keeping their priorities clear. Megan believes all business owners should make self-care a priority and shares her tips on how best to accomplish this to avoid burning out!
You would not let your best friend suffer with low mental health and fear, so you shouldn’t let yourself go through that either! Balance is key to build your dream business and to STOP SUCKING AT BUSINESS!
Learn more about Megan on her website: https://www.meganbrame.com/
on Facebook – Stop Sucking at Business
on Instagram – @stopsuckingatbusiness
Check out her book: https://www.meganbrame.com/day1book/
Today is the second episode in our Conversations with Interracial Couples Series and we are chatting with my friends and colleagues Sarah and Alex Dumas.
Sarah and Alex have been married for over 10 years and have 2 beautiful children. They are sharing how they have dealt with racism over the years, both from complete strangers and within their families, all while staying true to their “weird and fun” personalities.
Even though their families are very different, they both have the same vision of what being committed to each other and to their marriage looks like. They are setting an example for their children of how family is supposed to be by laughing and loving each other every second they get. “We are weird, fun, and we treat people with respect”.
Alex says, “It is never what you are called, but what you answer to that is important.”
To get connected with them, check out:
The Business in Marriage Podcast
In today’s episode with fellow podcasters, best-selling authors, relationship and business coaches and co-founders of Thrive, Inc, CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke, we discuss the beauty of conflict. We talk about how to navigate and make the best of all the conflict that will inevitably arise while our families are all together during quarantine.
This timely and relevant episode covers the beauty of conflict and how we can use it to grow, not only personally, but in our relationships as well. I hope you will listen to the end, where we really get talking about how to make the best of all the chaos and stress we are all experiencing right now. I recommend you listen with pen in hand.
You can find CrisMarie and Susan online at: https://www.thriveinc.com/ or on their podcast called: The Beauty of Conflict. Look for their books: The Beauty of Conflict: Harnessing Your Team’s Competitive Advantage and The Beauty of Conflict for Couples.
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In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Dana Malstaff, the original Boss-Mom and discussing all things Boss-Mom! She talks about how you can have great success in family life and business and what that actually looks like. We talk about what it takes to manage both of these important priorities without feeling bad about it and she gives great advice to new entrepreneurs on sticking with it, even when it seems like no one really cares.
I love how she deals with hate mail and negativity and the legacy she hopes to leave for her children. And, it’s really fun to hear about how this successful woman starts her day. Her answer might surprise you.
You can find out more about her Boss-Mom community by going to: https://boss-mom.com/ or on Instagram @danamalstaff. She has a thriving Facebook community you can join right here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BossMomGroup/
Today’s episode is with Greg Denning and we are chatting about how to create an extraordinary family life. Greg is a high performance, success coach who works with individuals and families to create successful family lives.
I would listen to this episode with a pen, because Greg mentions tons of great resources for success and higher learning. We talk about the importance of keeping small commitments to ourselves and how to achieve our highest dreams and goals.