Mindee Harden has been to the top and the bottom of both her business life and her family life. Her rise with Boogie Wipes – from an idea to a million-dollar idea – and the fall, with company being sold, her receiving nothing, and her family falling apart, she’s come through it all with renewed energy and better perspective on motherhood, family life, business, and what it means to succeed. Mindee now has 6 kids in a blended family, own her own consulting business, and hates to cook but will totally do it if it means helping young mothers.
Mindee is a strong advocate for family-work balance, having a coach that is for you, and focusing on helping other have large purposes instead of large purses.
Get some sage advice from Mindee’s father, learn why she loves guilt, and find out the definition of “wasband” in our latest episode.
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And pick up her book Boogie Wiped!
Christina Conrad is the type of entremom that we all need in our lives whether we want to admit it to anyone but ourselves or not. She’s a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Somatic Experience Practitioner whose main message is “There is HOPE!”. She’s worked with domestic violence and sexual assault victims, was an adjunct professor, and now homeschools her and her husband’s three boys while helping those around her deal with the anxiety and trauma that comes with our over-stimulated society.
You’ll learn why Christina can’t separate grace and unstoppability, how to deal with “shame gremlins”, and the first thing you should do when you feel anxious or stressed (hint: breathe). Don’t miss this incredible episode.
Find out more about Christina and her practice at http://christinaconradlpc.com. You can also get Christina’s e-book Seasonal Affective Disorder: What Our Body Is Telling Us from the entremom’s resource section.
Kelly Mize may not be your typical mom, but she’s a wonderful entremom!
Kelly tends to do things the hard way, whether it’s starting a fashion business in a recession or getting along with her husband’s ex-wife, she’s figured it out along the way. She now owns one of Tulsa’s premier fashion boutiques and has 3 fantastic bonus children. Her life advice is like her fashion advice: keep it basic and find pieces you can do a lot with. If it’s a white tee or a bit of good advice, apply them to different situations and you might be surprised at how versatile they can be.
Kelly encourages us to take risks, learn from mistakes, and keep moving forward. And ultimately, all you need is love.
Find out more about Kelly and LBD at http://littleblackdressok.com. You can also visit her store at 3524 S Peoria Ave in Tulsa, OK. Follow LBD on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/littleblackdresstulsa/ and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/littleblackdressok/.
Even coaches need coaches. So this show, we went out and found Isabell Estes – wife, mother of 3, and career strategist – a coach of coaches, you might say.
After transitioning out of her goal of being a pop singer, she began the path of gaining experience and honing her craft. Now she’s giving back to those that can learn from her experiences to find themselves. Because Isabell believes that everyone is unique and that, while you can’t do everything, you can partner with the right people to succeed.
Speaking of maximizing gifts, Jen and Isabell connect on Whitney Houston, so here’s your daily dose:
Find out more about Isabell at http://www.encoreworklife.com/. You can also call her at (918) 296-9599.
Isabell lives by these books:
Amazing podcast guests don’t just book themselves. Ask our amazing guest this week Jessica Rhodes! She’s the founder & CEO of InterviewConnections.com, the premier guest booking agency for podcasters and guest experts. Besides book guests, she also hosts/co-hosts three different podcasts! Oh, and she and her husband are raising two kids…NBD.
Jessica has so many great tidbits that we’re not even sure where to start. Maybe we should start with carving out a space in your home that’s just your work space, if you work from home. Or how about how pricing is one of the hardest things in business but people are willing to pay for your service? Jessica now charges 5x her original price. Oh – how about knowing your weaknesses & delegating them out, just like Jessica does with her CFO husband.
See what I mean? So much good stuff! Listen to the rest to hear what problem in society Jessica would solve and what her mantra is.
You can find Jessica at www.interviewconnections.com.
Here are a couple of books that she mentions during the show:
Tiffany and her family are the micro version of the United Nations: she’s Indian, her husband is caucasian, and they have two sons – an adopted Ugandan and their mixed biological son. So, yeah, they’re used to it. Besides attempting to bring about world – and home – peace, Tiffany is a writer and speaker and leads basically the coolest women’s ministry ever, Sip.
Tiffany has written a book due out next year and writes for YouVersion. She’s also been featured in magazines like Scary Mommy, Deeply Rooted, and World Vision.
Tiffany is all about embracing the fear and leaning in to the good things because, as she says, “What is for you will not pass you” and “The best is yet to come.”
Follow Tiffany on her website – TiffanyBluhm.com – or go hang out with her on Instagram: @tiffanybluhm.
Tiffany’s recommended app: Genius Scan