The "Mind Your Own Business Mom" podcast welcomes you into meaningful conversations about business, motherhood, mindset, goals, and discovering and doing what you love. It's a show for LDS women who want to be awesome moms and business ladies too. Aly and Jenny are LDS moms who have raised their kids while creating and building thriving businesses and they can't wait to share how they do it. This light-hearted, inspirational, and entertaining podcast will leave you feeling uplifted, loved, and ready to take on the world.
Aly and Jenny talk about how we all struggle with self-doubt and fear. Aly shares experiences that damaged her own self-image and made her wonder if she is good enough and how to overcame those feelings. They outline several real-life tools you can use if you are struggling with not feeling good enough.
Balancing with the End in Mind
Aly and Jenny talk about the idea of beginning with the end in mind and designing their lives and businesses in a way they choose, not just what happens. Aly shares a couple of her ah-ha moments that shaped the way she parents and works in her businesses. They reminisce about working and raising little ones and the lessons they learned. They talk about how each child needs something different and how they seek the Spirit to help them figure out what to do for their individual children.
Repent & Obey
Aly and Jenny talk about a commandment that affects so many businesses. Jenny tells her story about deciding what do in her own business when it comes to the Sabbath.
Aly and Jenny share tips for networking as well as how to engage with customers. Jenny attempts to beatbox... and she's actually pretty good. They discuss examples of communication with businesses they appreciate, and some they don't. Get some real-life ideas of how to talk to business contacts and customers.
Aly and Jenny talk about how FAILURE is actually part of the plan! Who decided failure is that bad anyway. Aly thinks she should be Prime Minister and Jenny disagrees, obviously. Embracing failure and realizing it's going to happen, frees us from the fear of failure!