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Moms Making Six Figures Podcast
28 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
Generosity: Modeling Giving with a Joyful Heart
In this episode, I continue my conversation on the topic of generosity with five additional guest speakers of the Generosity 2.0 Conference, created and hosted by my dear friend and former guest, Christina Moore Ward. In this second panel of our two-part series on generosity, five of the nation’s top producing Realtors share the significant impact generosity and giving has made on their approach to their business, but also how it has shaped their families and their communities. Listen to our panel interview, modeling the spirit of giving with a joyful heart for your children, your business, and your community—of developing the discipline to give so that it becomes ingrained in your daily rhythm and reflects your purpose. Panelists, Ruthy Taylor,Laura Berns, Kristie Smith, Kristin Francis, and Megan Jumago-Simpson share the incredible ways generosity shifts your approach to everything you do—moving you from a scarcity to an abundance mindset, establishing daily motivation and purpose beyond yourself, and having a heart for the needs of those around you. Tune in for a first-hand look at the importance of setting a goal around giving, of finding organizations that align with your life’s work, and establishing a ripple effect of investing in the needs of your community.
12 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
Generosity: The Unexpected Upside of Mission-Driven Business
In this episode I interview three guest speakers of the Generosity 2.0 Conference, created and hosted by my dear friend and former guest, Christina Moore Ward. In this first panel of our two-part series on generosity, four of the nation’s top producing Realtors share the unexpected upside of building their mission driven businesses. Listen to our panel interview, of giving whatever resources you can, to the point that it hurts and stretches you to your depths in order to find genuine fulfillment that becomes so magnetic others can’t help but join you in pursuing your purpose. Panelists, Christina Moore Ward, Daniela Sumbera, Melissa Leifer, and Sheena Saydam share the transformative power of consistently pouring into your community, your network and your employees through time, knowledge and overtime through financial abundance. Tune in for a greater understanding of the benefits to your own personal and professional life when you invest in others first, and generously give of your time and talent to transform your community.
20 minutes | Sep 5, 2022
Hard Work and a Heart for Giving
In this episode I interview my dear friend, philanthropist and incredibly successful accountant, Liz Correa. In addition to her work as an accountant, Liz’s heart for giving has made her an integral part of the local community—she helps countless individuals through her role as Treasurer for the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Treasurer for the Idaho Hispanic Foundation, and through her work on the Board of Directors for CapEd Credit Union. Greater than all of these notable accomplishments however is her love for her son and her family, and her quiet humility. Liz embodies the values she was raised with and her work ethic, in conjunction with her heritage, has been the driving force of her success. As a self-proclaimed first-generation immigrant to the US, Liz has nothing but pride and appreciation for her roots. Listen to our interview, of dreams made reality through work ethic and persistence, of single motherhood and raising an amazing child, of supporting one another rather than competing—especially as women. If you’ve ever found yourself at a loss as to why something or ‘someone’ has happened to you, Liz’s story will shift your perspective to life and people happening for you—even if it is just to learn and grow. This episode will have you wanting to befriend Liz for her magnetic presence and her giving heart, taking notes on how to be a successful working mother without sacrificing your relationship with your children, and finding appreciation for all of the opportunities given and earned.
20 minutes | Jul 18, 2022
How to Scale Your Business Through Systemization
In this episode I interview a former guest, Jessica Smith –Enrolled Agent, ‘Taxpert’, founder of Tax Savvy Jessica and co-founder of Workflows for Tax-Pros– about her incredible success in scaling her business through systemization. Since we last spoke, Jessica not only launched her own thriving business as a tax strategist, she also leaned into her pain points as a solopreneur and working mother to establish a better work life balance and inadvertently created a community of professionals looking to do the same. In paying it forward to others through webinars and now courses on streamlining the necessary, albeit time consuming and often tedious tasks of business ownership, via systems and workflows, Jessica proves that our trials are often a catalyst to our growth, and that even in its most challenging moments, and unpredictable years, your business will continue to attract customers and clients so long as you continually seek to improve. Listen to our interview, of practical take-away’s for any working mother to reduce their tax burden, of scaling a business successfully, of the realities of business ownership and the need to lean into systems. If you’ve ever found yourself with too many tasks and too few hours at the end of the week, Jessica will inspire you—through her story and her experience—to outsource and systematize what you can in order to scale your business and buy back your most precious commodity—your time and your passion. This episode will have you have laughing at the fleeting moments of motherhood, taking notes on discussions to have with your tax professional, and pursuing mentorship over coaching. Website | www.taxsavvyjessica.comLinkedIn | www.linkedin.com/in/taxsavvyjessica/Facebook | www.facebook.com/taxsavvyjessicaInstagram | www.instagram.com/taxsavvyjessica/
19 minutes | Jul 5, 2022
Unused Blessings Can Become a Curse with Jeanine Barkan
29 minutes | Jun 20, 2022
Stop Wondering "What if" and Jump with Kate McGwire
17 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Boundaries and Balance with Madi Haskins
21 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
The Things in Life that Fuel Us with Mindi Anderson
Season 3 | Episode 9 featuring Mindi Anderson In this episode I interview my new friend, service member and entrepreneur, Dr. Mindi Anderson, who also wears the hat of founder and Executive Director of the Idaho Veterans Chamber of Commerce. While the military has provided Mindi with countless opportunities, she will be transitioning into the civilian world after her retirement ceremony on June 3rd. The military brought Mindi and her husband together, took them through several duty stations throughout the US and ultimately helped them to decide on Idaho as their home. After transitioning from active duty to the guard, Mindi began her own business as a way to prepare for retirement pursuing what she really wanted to do once she grew up—Mindi capitalized on her strengths in consulting and coaching to launch Maximize Solutions. Through her work with emotional intelligence, Mindi quickly found her next area of opportunity and founded the Idaho Chapter of the Veterans Chamber of Commerce—bridging the gap between a community she loved and an identity that is at the core of who she is. Through her focus on self-belonging, Mindi has made meaningful connections for herself as well as countless service members, their families, and anyone she meets, paying forward the same kindness that has been extended to her throughout her life. Listen to our interview, of the ever-present tug of wanting to be everywhere at once while also standing firm in knowing that your work is both fueling your soul and making a significant impact in your community, of ‘winning’ the popsicle party for your child knowing that it’s worth the seriously inflated cost to see them so happy, of forging your own path. If you’ve ever wondered what life was like for mothers in uniform, or what transitioning from an established career path into an unknown and uncertain next step looks like in reality, Mindi shares her honest insight on the good and the hard. This episode will leave you with valuable insight on how to better connect with an integral component of our community –service members and public servants as well as their families—and leave you wanting to learn more about your own Emotional Intelligence. Tune in for a closer look at a career that becomes intertwined in every aspect of one’s identity and learn how to hold space for service members and their experience. Website | www.idahoveterans.org/ LinkedIn | www.linkedin.com/in/mindianderson1/ Instagram | www.instagram.com/idahoveteranschamber/ Facebook | www.facebook.com/idahoveteranschamberofcommerce
30 minutes | May 16, 2022
Let Go to Grow with Heather Bifulco
In this episode I interview my new friend and organizational goddess, Heather Bifulco, the founder ofTidy Style who became a business owner out of a need to find a career that worked around her mostimportant title—Mom. With an already established and thriving career in Marketing and Advertising,Heather quickly realized that the frantic pace and lifestyle she and her husband had developed in theircareers was simply unsustainable once they had their first child. A reluctantly self-proclaimed controlfreak, Heather channeled her need to be busy into creative outlets while staying at home with her firstchild. Shortly after she channeled her time and energy into raising two children under two; when shefound the time freedom to return to the workforce, she realized she was looking for a career that didn’texist. So, she created it. Through Tidy Style, Heather has created a career that provides other motherswith the same opportunities she was seeking –flexibility, fulfillment, and an opportunity to beintentional and present in your work life and home life.Listen to our interview, of the importance of your children seeing you show up for yourself –with prideand confidence—of allowing them to see the hard work and struggle required to achieve your goals, ofbeing intentional and fully present in whatever moment you’re in. If you’ve ever had the nudge to be anentrepreneur but never thought you could take on the associated risks, Heather proves that there aredifferent approaches to starting your own business that are both successful and that reflect yourpersonality. This episode will leave you with valuable insight on how to launch and grow a successfulbusiness that allows you to find your niche and pay it forward to others.
34 minutes | Apr 4, 2022
Accidental Entrepreneur with Andrea Sorensen
In this episode I interview my new friend, Andrea Sorenson, an accidental entrepreneur turned founderand CEO of the wildly successful technology company Liiingo, who shares her story with poignanthonesty about the trials that ultimately shaped her triumphs . As a working mother, Andrea addressesthe beauty in the unexpected of a small family—the gift of being able to intentionally pour into her sonas well as her career to leave a legacy of impact. Andrea’s seemingly eclectic work experience led her tosolve the problem at the core of business and customer engagement; what even she saw as a sporadicseries of careers led her to create a technology that seamlessly blends all of her knowledge into theperfect niche to ease business and customer interfaces and establish authentic community . If you haveever found yourself in a place of envying someone’s ‘overnight’ success, listen to Andrea’s candidconversation about the many times she had to choose the harder route and stay present in herdiscomfort to achieve her hard fought, and earned success .Listen to our brave interview, of sharing the hard and hidden parts of our story—the parts that shouldbreak us but instead shape us, of being told no when you long for a yes, of pivoting when you alreadyhad your course set . Andrea reflects on the importance of being present for your children, even if theychoose to open up when you’re longing to call it a day, in order to build a lasting relationship. Andreawill likely leave you in tears with her authenticity and sincere championing of successful women and thestories that built them, of her desire to leave an impact and a legacy, of her passion for motherhood andhelping others.
25 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
Help. We All Need It with Christina Moore Ward
18 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
Your Real Competition is YOU with Cristina Drake
In this episode I interview Cristina Drake, an incredibly successful realtor, mother, and title holder who,despite it all, still struggles with the comparison trap and imposter syndrome. In her own journey torecognize her worth, Cristina inspires others to do the same—to trust in themselves enough to be ableto dream again . Cristina has lived a full life, rich with variety, & all of life’s highs and lows, from startingover in new cities and leaving a tumultuous relationship behind to embracing the possibility life affordswhen challenged by her husband to rise to her potential . Through investment in herself and herbusiness acumen, Cristina achieved 6-figures, and more importantly invaluable personal growth, thathas led her to want the same for those she holds most dear—her husband and her girls .Listen to our candid interview, of the power behind a woman with determination and focus, of theuncomfortable growing pains that come with success, of the need to go all in and to become entirelyobsessed with your “one thing” before adding more to your plate. Cristina reflects on the importance ofyour children seeing you work hard for your dreams, and the value in being a working mother . Cristinawill have you laughing one moment and in tears the next, her passion for helping others to achieve thelife they’ve always wanted behind everything she does. This episode will leave you feeling inspired as aworking mother to continue to push through the comparison trap and to leave it behind once and for all. Tune in and re-focus your Why with this inspiring interview.
20 minutes | Feb 14, 2022
Be The Change You Wish To See With Jayme Perryman
25 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
Marketing Expedition Founder Rhea Allen
26 minutes | Jan 31, 2022
What I Didn't Know About Pageants
In this episode, I interview three title holders all pursuing their passion for their platforms while alsojuggling the demands of home and work. Despite your preconceptions, the pageant world has a lot toteach each of us –about empowering and edifying one another, bringing awareness and action to causesand issues that women, mothers and female business owners care deeply about, and the power of unityin the midst of division. These women are all –to put it bluntly—badass. And they found thatconfidence, and that investment in themselves in the unlikely place of pageantry. From butt glue tosunless tanner, these women prove that no matter how long you’ve been putting yourself on the backburner or how many hats you wear in a day, you can still reinvent yourself and you can still rock thoseheels in the back of your closet. It should come as no surprise that these sash sisters are as dedicatedand committed to their platforms as they are to their businesses and their families –from being thechange you wish to see, to investing in our youth to ensure their future (and ours), to chasing dreamswhether that looks like securing grant funding or giving hope to others through representation. Listen to our panel interview, of stepping out in heels and a sash, to do the important work of making adifference in the world, one community and stage at a time. In a culture consumed with the degradationand trolling of one another, find inspiration in the community of pageantry and the genuine connectionsand relationships formed when women support one another on stage and behind the scenes. Beautifuland badass, Mrs. Treasure Valley, Mrs. Elmore County and Mrs. Meridian will have you confronting yourown pageant paradigms and leave you feeling inspired to champion these women and their endeavorsalongside your own. Tune in and open your mind to the power of pageants: the women who adjust oneanother’s crowns.
37 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
Empowering You Through Photography with Christy Arias
12 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
Join us for our first Moms Making Six Figures Mastermind!
28 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
Innovation with Wendy Alexander
16 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Transitions with Jenifer Becker
20 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
Setting Boundaries with Monique Lashbrook
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