You all know her. She's the perfect mom. The perfect wife. She looks gracious on the treadmill and never ever sweats. She shows up to meetings perfectly prepared and everything she says is witty, smart -- and it's just nauseating.
Having kids isn't usually something we really start doing until after we're married. It seems like today most of us put our careers and education first. We plan our future around our career paths, retirement, when we will buy our first house, a new car -- but, we don't talk about planning for a family. That's what we want to change with today's episode of MarketHer.
Have you ever read a book, listened to an interview, or a watched a video that spoke so directly to your life that it was almost scary? It happened to me this weekend and I can't wait to share more about with you!
We all recently read an article titled: Four Things Successful Women In Marketing Do. We decided to review this article on our episode and break down what those four things mean to us and how we've been able to implement those into our everyday lives.
Throughout our Facebook communities, both MarketHer and IMPACT Elite, we've met countless leaders in small businesses that share the same interests, read the same books, and strive toward becoming a positive impact in their communities - including ourselves! With this in mind, we thought it'd be helpful to bring some outside perspective to our show in this Small Business Leadership Lessons series so we can all see positive examples and learn from each other.
We can't do it all, but we try! The chaos of life can bring you down if you let it, but, when you roll with the punches and you have a good support system, you will rise above!
Do you ever have those days at work that you just need to be pinched because something so wonderful and unbelievable happened? Well, Angela, Brie, and I needed a good pinch last week, because we were honored (and a little fan-girling) to welcome Kim Scott, the author of Radical Candor on this week's episode of MarketHer!
Do you ever feel like fear of failture follows you wherever you go? Whether it's a fear of losing your job, being ashamed of a mistake, or just fear of not having all your stuff together? Today, MarketHer faces fear head on.