Her #1 mom business tip for managing small children and business
Why it’s important to make time for yourself
How she knew it was time to expand her mom owned business
Why the environment she creates is key to standing out from the crowd
How she balances work and children while being a mom entrepreneur
How finding something to trade with has taken the little things off of her to do list
3 steps to getting past the fears that are holding you back
What’s one of your favorite business books, and what was the key take away?
The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
Key takeaway: Don’t take things personally and stop making assumptions.
If the only thing you could leave to your children after you’re gone was one piece of advice, what would that be?
They have several choices in life. You can choose to be happy. You can choose to be smaret. All of these things are choices we have.
What’s the one business tool you use that you cannot live without?
Her appointment book app to streamline her booking process and save time.
Mompreneur Podcast Challenge:
Step 1: Write down 5 fears that you have, no matter how small and how silly they seem.
Step 2: Write down what you are afraid of with these fears.
Step 3: Write down the next action step you can take to get past these fears.
How Mom Business Owners can Connect with Celeste:
Mom Entrepreneur Bio
I opened Jade 5 years ago after returning to my hometown of Butte, Montana from Seattle where I went to cosmetology and got my advanced training at mode hair salon downtown Seattle. I have worked with Essentials Salon to put on 3 fashion shows and am currently working on the 4th show. We also have had opportunities as a salon to showcase our creativity by having live models in windows for the Christmas Stroll. There are currently 9 talented woman at the salon right now who do massage, hair, esthetics,hypnotherapy,manicures, pedicures, and naturopathy.