With mompreneur Lara Galloway
How to break the overwhelm cycle as a mom entrepreneur
How to get work done with your kids at home - without a babysitter
How a hit list can save you time, make you more money, and give you back your sanity.
Lyra's four-quadrant system for mom business owners prioritizing what's making you the most money and what you should be focused on.
The mom kid tango.
Laura's number one productivity hack so that you can make sure you're spending time on the right things that will bring you cash and not focusing on the things that will move you toward your goals.
How long as way of scheduling and spending time with her kids has changed and evolved from when they were little babies to now school age children.
- Lara system for ditching overwhelm before it stops and recognizing your own cycle.
What’s one of your favorite business books, and what was the key take away?
The Emyth Revisited: Michael Gerber
Favorite business quote?
Henry Ford: Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re right.”
Favorite/funny mom quote/ Your mom said to you as a kid?
Give yourself permission. To not be perfect, to believe what you believe.
For the next week, every single time someone gives you a compliment, acknowledges your achievements, points out how great your hair looks, kids are, or lovely your house is, every single time, utter two words and then shut up. Those two words are, Thank You.
How can listeners connect with you online?
Lara Galloway, The Mom Biz Coach and co-author of Moms Mean Business—A Guide to Creating a Successful Company and a Happy Life as a Mom Entrepreneur, is an author, speaker and coach to women business owners who want to work less, make more, and love the work they do. Her passion is helping entrepreneurs create and run successful businesses and live happy lives. She’s the host of the popular MomBiz Solutions Show on BlogTalkRadio She lives with her husband and three kids in Bloomfield Hills, MI.
She is frequently interviewed for her expertise on work/life balance, starting and running a successful small business, marketing your business on Social Media, and creatively managing your time by Inc., Fast Company, Forbes, Crain’s, The Chicago Tribune, and More Magazine. Her extensive online influence and unique approach to coaching mompreneurs to success have led to her being named one of “30 Women Entrepreneurs to Follow on Twitter” and one of the “100 Most Powerful Women on Twitter.”