The Boss Mom Podcast
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Welcome to the Boss Mom Podcast, where women in all stages of raising their business and family come to get tools, tips and support to help make their Boss Mom world just a little bit easier. WIth host Dana Malstaff.
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Episode 198: How to Rock Your Productivity with Tonya Dalton
1 day ago
Ok ladies, you are in for a real treat because this conversation I had with Tonya Dalton, the Founder and CEO of inkWELL Press, was seriously amazing. Tonya started her first business as a SAHM in 2009 and by 2011, her husband was able to leave corporate America to work alongside her. Late in 2014 she decided to follow her true passion - inkWELL Press which has grown at a rapid pace thanks to their commitment to quality and fiercely loyal fans. I knew pretty much instantaneously that Tonya was my soul sister. The way she thinks is so in line with the way I think and we had an absolute blast, not just talking about planners and building businesses, but ultimately about productivity. We talked about how to be effective and efficient, about changing things when you’re not happy, and so many other things that so many of us boss moms go through. She is an absolute joy and treasure, I know you’re going to fall madly in love with her (because how couldn’t you?!) So I’m not going to deprive you of her awesomeness any further. Lets hop in and hang out with Tonya. Listen + subscribe on iTunes // Stitcher Tonya's Boss Mom Journey Several years ago Tonya was one of those moms that thought she would just start a little side business that would be fun for her. Her husband was working in marketing at large Fortune 500 companies, traveling the world and gone for 3-4 weeks at a time. One night while he was traveling and they were talking on the phone Tonya mentioned a new phrase their young daughter had said that day, and her husband got really quiet then said, “I’m missing everything.” This broke Tonya's heart, and in that moment her life changed. She decided she was going to turn her little side business into a full-time gig and make it so that she and her husband could be home working on that business together. She sat down, got out a notebook and wrote down everything she could think of to build her business and boost her productivity, since she