020: Outsource to Undo Brain Overload with Mompreneur Jacqueline Stone

How to consider whether you should outsource or not as a mom entrepreneur.

  • How to Undo Brain Overload in your mom business.

  • How to consider whether you should outsource or not

  • How to hire a VA even when you’re hesitant to do so.

  • Should you be cooking dinner? A creative technique to save time and money.

  • Dare to think differently about your schedule in your mom business. How to figure out ways to finagle what works best for YOU and not what the status quo tells you.

  • A cost effective way to have dinner cooked without doing it yourself, and without the expense of takeout.

  • How even the smallest of routine can change your life and free up headspace.

  • How you can have more creativity and spontaneity in your life.

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Quick Mom Entrepreneur Q&A:

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

Made to Stick by Chip & Dan Heath.

How to be more clear in when communicating with your clients and make your ideas stick with people.

If the only thing you could leave to your children after you’re gone was one piece of advice, what would that be?

Find and do what you love and find a way to make it work. That might mean that you can follow a career, or it might mean what you love is going to be a pastime and you need to find a job that makes it possible for you to pursue that.

Favorite business quote?

Seth Godin Podcast - (Not word for word quote) - He doesn’t know anyone who is a respected authority that can’t make a living at it. He’s saying be authentic, have your expertise, be generous, have authority, and your income will work its way out. Do what you do, do it well, do it generously, and you’ll get there.

Favorite/funny mom quote?

Nothing ignites your creativity like motherhood. - unknown

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

My calendar.


Mom Business Challenge:

Every night before you go to bed, take 2-5 minutes to think, “what’s working and what’s not?”

This is the basis of what someone might call a “reflective journal,” but you don’t even have to write it down.

Just take a moment to consider this, it can so often be the beginnings of really significant positive change.


How Mompreneurs can connect with Jacqueline:

http://wisestressmastery.com

http://jacquelinestone.com.au

http://twitter.com/stonejacqueline

http://facebook.com/WiseStressMastery


Mom Business Bio:

Jacqueline tries hard to live by Gandhi's words: "There is more to life than increasing its speed", and some days she succeeds.

As a counselor & therapist she consults, speaks and writes about mastering stress—on her own blogs, and for other organizations and blogs like The Mogul Mom and Mind Body Green.

When she's not helping people to master stress she's reading about and experimenting with all manner of stress reduction and healthy living methods. Fitness training, meditation, yoga and green smoothies are firm favorites.

If you'd like to do stress better, to feel better and live better, get her free 7-part email series Stress Mastery 101 at WiseStressMastery.com

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

Made to Stick by Chip & Dan Heath.

How to be more clear in when communicating with your clients and make your ideas stick with people.

If the only thing you could leave to your children after you’re gone was one piece of advice, what would that be?

Find and do what you love and find a way to make it work. That might mean that you can follow a career, or it might mean what you love is going to be a pastime and you need to find a job that makes it possible for you to pursue that.

Favorite business quote?

Seth Godin Podcast - (Not word for word quote) - He doesn’t know anyone who is a respected authority that can’t make a living at it. He’s saying be authentic, have your expertise, be generous, have authority, and your income will work its way out. Do what you do, do it well, do it generously, and you’ll get there.

Favorite/funny mom quote?

Nothing ignites your creativity like motherhood. - unknown

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

My calendar.


Mom Business Challenge:

Every night before you go to bed, take 2-5 minutes to think, “what’s working and what’s not?”

This is the basis of what someone might call a “reflective journal,” but you don’t even have to write it down.

Just take a moment to consider this, it can so often be the beginnings of really significant positive change.


How Mompreneurs can connect with Jacqueline:

http://wisestressmastery.com

http://jacquelinestone.com.au

http://twitter.com/stonejacqueline

http://facebook.com/WiseStressMastery


Mom Business Bio:

Jacqueline tries hard to live by Gandhi's words: "There is more to life than increasing its speed", and some days she succeeds.

As a counselor & therapist she consults, speaks and writes about mastering stress—on her own blogs, and for other organizations and blogs like The Mogul Mom and Mind Body Green.

When she's not helping people to master stress she's reading about and experimenting with all manner of stress reduction and healthy living methods. Fitness training, meditation, yoga and green smoothies are firm favorites.

If you'd like to do stress better, to feel better and live better, get her free 7-part email series Stress Mastery 101 at WiseStressMastery.com