FamilyPreneur: Parent Entrepreneurs Raising KidPreneurs
About This Show
FamilyPreneur is the podcast for parents pursuing entrepreneurship and raising their children with an entrepreneurial mindset. Every week I interview parent entrepreneurs from all around the world to ask them questions about how they're doing business and how it’s impacting their families. These interviews provide you with inspirational stories and actionable tips to help build your business while strengthening your family.
Most Recent Episode
Revenue, Profits, and Focused Actions with Cat Stancik - 005
1 day ago
There’s no such thing as a Mission Impossible to Cat Stancik, who is known for her tough love approach that gets clients into focused action so that they can get out of overwhelm and create big results with significantly less effort! She works with high achieving entrepreneurs who want to stop focusing on the glorified 6 and 7 figure marks, and finally enjoy a profitable, balanced business. Cat does this by leveraging her proprietary system, to simplify, strategize and systematize to an entirely new level. Cat is the founder of Action Incubator™, a sought-after speaker, and Bestselling Author of 7 Principles for a More Productive and Fulfilling Life. As a self-proclaimed “Education Junkie” who genuinely cares about honing her coaching skills to get her clients better and bigger results, getting an MBA wasn’t enough for Cat Stancik. She’s also certified by The Coaches Training Institute, the Project Management Institute, and the Leadership Circle Profile 360 Assessment. She is also a long-time member of the International Coaching Federation, where she holds her ACC. She lives in Maryland with her two daughters and her adoring husband, who showers her with chocolate and massages (if he knows what’s good for him). Right-click here to download the episode to your computer! The Notes During Cat’s second pregnancy her husband made the decision to quit a “toxic” job in order to pursue his own entrepreneurial dreams. When Cat went into labor a month sooner than she expected, it threw them for a financial loop. She describes how their family managed welcoming their second baby, and she still managed to take a maternity leave from her own business, all while losing her husband’s steady paycheck. Much of their balance comes from Cat’s talent at simplifying steps and putting plans in place to enable her to be lazy later. [bctt tweet="“Put effort into being lazy” ~ Cat Stancik, FamilyPreneur Podcast Episode #5 " username="TheMegB