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Mom Is In Control is a podcast created for you, the woman who wants more, the overwhelmed ambitious woman, the conscious parent who wants to support their child's emotional needs. If you are looking for inspiration and motivation to start your day, workout or lunch break, Heather Chauvin delievers weekly. Each episode brings you successful women who share their journey, failures, aha moments and successes along the way. We end each episode with a lightning round of action steps, tips and resources to help you take back control and get started on a life that truly lights you up.

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Mom Is In Control is a podcast created for you, the woman who wants more, the overwhelmed ambitious woman, the conscious parent who wants to support their child's emotional needs. If you are looking for inspiration and motivation to start your day, workout or lunch break, Heather Chauvin delievers weekly. Each episode brings you successful women who share their journey, failures, aha moments and successes along the way. We end each episode with a lightning round of action steps, tips and resources to help you take back control and get started on a life that truly lights you up.

    793: Women, Gratitude, & Forgiveness

    793: Women, Gratitude, & Forgiveness

    "Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.” -Voltaire
     
    In this episode, I talk with several ladies about:
    How to claim your genius and deliver your product How to show gratitude and its importance How to practice forgiveness  
    Pay it Forward Gratitude Gift (Open from November 27- December 4): http://heatherchauvin.com/payitforward
     
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

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    792: Managing Anger {My interview with Louise Clarke}

    792: Managing Anger {My interview with Louise Clarke}

    "To enter into a state of pure connection with your child, you can achieve this by setting aside any sense of superiority.”
    ― Shefali Tsabary
     
    In this episode, Louise and I talk about:
    How to manage your anger How to continually do the work How to parent from an abundance mentality  
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_
    Listen to Louise's podcast Parenting in the Thick of It: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/parenting-in-the-thick-of-it-with-louise-clarke/id1358492950
     

    • 33 分鐘
    791: Becoming a Critical Thinker {Interview with Elizabeth Hartke}

    791: Becoming a Critical Thinker {Interview with Elizabeth Hartke}

    "Too often we give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve." - Roger Lewin
     
    Elizabeth is a Business Scaling Strategist that mentors impact-driven entrepreneurs in scaling their influence, income and time freedom without having to trade time for money or values for the vision. She's fiercely passionate about helping go-getters build the business that aligns with their purpose and their dreams. After building two 7 figure businesses and having the privilege of working with hundreds and hundreds of entrepreneurs, she now runs her businesses and hosts her podcast, Scaling Up, from the rolling hills of her hobby farm with her three little kids and husband as she practices what she preaches - working hard to have the freedom to truly live! Through her online courses, podcast, full immersion workshops, mastermind, mentorships and speaking engagements, Elizabeth lives to show her students, clients and the people she encounters what's truly possible.


    In this episode, Elizabeth and I talk about:
    How to show up as a leader How doing so can benefit your children How to become a critical thinker  
    Check out Elizabeth’s website: www.elizabethhartke.com
    Sign up for Elizabeth's Future Forecast Formula freebie: https://elizabeth-hartke.mykajabi.com/Future-Forecast-Formula
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

    • 43 分鐘
    790: Walking Your Way to Better {Interview with Joyce Shulman}

    790: Walking Your Way to Better {Interview with Joyce Shulman}

    "The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members." -Coretta Scott King
     
    Joyce Shulman is the Pack Leader of 99 Walks. She is an Idea junkie, Entrepreneur, obsessive walker, addicted skier, recovering lawyer, CrossFitter, and Author of Walk Your Way to Better.
     
    In this episode, Joyce and I talk about:
    Why it's important to have a powerful community How to connect with women and create your community How to be active in overcoming loneliness  
    You can check out Joyce's website here: https://www.99walks.fit/
    Follow her on Instagram @joyce.r.shulman
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_
     
     

    • 41 分鐘
    789: What Is the Impact You Want to Make in the World? {Interview with Eleanor Beaton}

    789: What Is the Impact You Want to Make in the World? {Interview with Eleanor Beaton}

    "If you think you're too small to have an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito." -Anita Roddick
     
    Eleanor Beaton is a women’s leadership mentor and founder of Fierce Feminine Leadership, an organization that helps ambitious women develop the confidence, presence, political savvy and influence they need to smash the glass ceiling and take their seats at the tables where the big deals and big decisions are made. Eleanor is also an award-winning journalist and host of the Fierce Feminine Leadership podcast. She has served as Chair of the Visiting Women's Executive Exchange Program at the Yale School of Management. She currently sits on the boards of Innovacorp and Invest Nova Scotia. Eleanor Beaton was the winner of the 2018 Nova Scotia Export Achievement Award: Business of Diversity Champion of the Year. In 2017, she won the prestigious Profiles in Diversity "Women Worth Watching" Award for her work promoting diversity and inclusion. She was also named Canada’s Leadership Coach of the Year by the 2017 Corporate Excellence Awards. Eleanor has been privileged to serve some of the country’s most recognized women leaders, including Arlene Dickinson, star of CBC’s hit show Dragon’s Den and former Canadian First Lady Margaret Trudeau. An international keynote speaker, Eleanor has presented at conferences whose rosters include such notables as former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Oscar-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson and 23andMe Inc. co-founder Anne Wojcicki.
     
    In this episode, Eleanor and I talk about:
    How to disrupt the status quo How to use your voice and be heard How to support & influence other women  
    Check out Eleanor's website: www.eleanorbeaton.com
    Follow her on Instagram @eleanorbeaton
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

    • 41 分鐘
    788: Defeating Burnout {Interview with Sarah Argenal}

    788: Defeating Burnout {Interview with Sarah Argenal}

    "A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.” –Christopher K. Germer
     
    Sarah Argenal, MA, CPC is on a mission to eradicate the burnout epidemic that’s crushing working parents so they can finally enjoy these precious years of their lives. She is the founder of The Argenal Institute LLC based in Austin, TX, host and executive producer of the popular Working Parent Resource Podcast, and author of the book, The Whole SELF Lifestyle for Working Parents: A Practical 4-Step Framework to Defeat Burnout and Escape Survival Mode for Good.
    She combines twenty years of experience in areas such as psychotherapy, professional coaching, teaching, and complex project management to help working parents identify and improve the complex systems that contribute to burnout in their lives. Through her signature program, the Whole SELF Lifestyle™, Sarah helps working parents create a customized roadmap out of survival mode so they can finally start enjoying their lives.




    Sarah adapts her program through private consulting, group programs, and corporate trainings. She is a contributor and featured expert in publications such as NBC News, Healthline, Thrive Global, Working Mother, and PsychCentral. She is also a frequent guest on business and parenting podcasts around the world. Sarah lives with her husband and two sons in Austin, Texas.
     




    In this episode, Sarah and I talk about:
    How to overcome burnout How to take responsibility for how you want to feel How to use the tools at our disposal to manage our emotions  



    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_
    Check out Sarah's website at: https://argenalinstitute.com/
     

    • 50 分鐘

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