022: How to turn your “drains” into “fuels” that motivate you and make you feel good with Mompreneur Erin Baebler.

and why self-care is NOT a luxury, but a necessity in your mom business.

 

  • Why self-care is NOT a luxury, and it IS a necessity as a mom entrepreneur.

  • How to schedule a self-care “hit list” so you can find the time to do them without the “but I don’t have time” excuse.

  • Drains on you - both big and small - and how to get rid of them for good.

  • How to turn “drains” into “fuels” so you can feel good about them and not worry about the little things.

  • The Pomodoro Technique

  • Why you need frequent breaks and how they re-energize your productivity.

  • How to work less, take more breaks, all while getting more done.

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mompreneur Erin Baebler

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Bonus Interview Material

Get Erin’s Drains & Fuels sheet here.

Link to Episode #1 on creating hit lists here

Get Erin’s Book “Moms Mean Business” Here.

Quick Q&A:

What’s one of your favorite business books, and what was the key take away?

Dream Year by Ben Arment

Favorite business quote?

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” - Anais Nin

What’s the one business tool you use that you cannot live without?

My curiosity - the “What if’s” I search on google all the time.


Mompreneur Podcast Challenge:

For 5-10 minutes per day for a week, just practice sitting and being (a way of meditation).


How Mom Entrepreneus can Connect with Erin:

www.magnoliaworkshop.com

www.momsmeanbusinessbook.com

www.facebook.com/magnoliaworkshop

www.facebook.com/momsmeanbusiness

www.twitter.com/magnoliawkshop

www.twitter.com/momsmeanbiz



Mom Business Bio

Erin Baebler has spent the past 10-plus years coaching women in transition. She also gives workshops on time management and self-care. In addition, her first book, Moms Mean Business, was published by Career Press in October of 2014 which has led to more writing opportunities. Erin spends the majority of her time near her laptop but when she can pry herself away, she loves hiking with her family, reading, and traveling.