Parent Entrepreneurs will love exploring topics that relate to marketing, entrepreneurship, and raising empowered KidPreneurs.
The host, Meg Brunson, was a mommy blogger turned Facebook employee who left the 9-5 for a life of freedom and flexibility.
She’s currently RVing across the US with her family, while empowering other families to live their dreams, and pursue their passions together.
Listeners of this podcast are increasing their influence online - leveraging the power of Facebook and Instagram marketing to build & scale profitable businesses, without sacrificing time with their families.
Navigating the 20-21 School Year with Joy & Confidence with Mary Peterson Cook
Mary is a travel loving momma whose goal is to see the world with her family while helping mommas of littles break cycles of anger and guilt so they can parent with joy and confidence.
Mary’s own journey from pro-spanking and punishment to respectful parenting and motherhood advocate inspires the work she’s doing now as a parenting and confidence coach.
Through her transformational one-to-one coaching, she helps moms stay true to their own family visions and values, eliminate motherhood martyrdom, and build strong foundations for their children that will help them throughout their lives.
In This Episode You'll Learn How Mary's nomadic lifestyle influenced her perception on parenting and raising children. Insight into Mary (a former teacher) is choosing to homeschool her son. How can parents support their kids through virtual schooling. Tips for parents to "balance" virtual schooling alongside other responsibilities. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss another episode!
Managing A Mission-Based Business with Loni Brown of EntirelyEco
Today's guest discovered her passion for healthy home goods while she was expecting her first child. She is a certified interior decorator and non-toxic living coach and speaker who's mission is to help people, especially pregnant women and new parents, reduce their toxic exposure in their homes so they can improve their indoor air quality and provide their children a foundation of a lifetime of health. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California and currently working on her Building Biologist certification. I'm excited to introduce you to the founder of EntirelyEco - a beautiful and non-toxic home decor shop - and pioneer in eco-friendly living: Loni Brown!
In This Episode You'll Learn Why shouldn't a mom use mattresses, sheets, pillows, etc. from Walmart or Target? Learn the benefits of organic textiles and furniture products. New product smell only lasts a couple days - but how long do damaging fumes actually linger? What is a Materials Data Safety Sheet - and should you request one? What inspired Loni to launch EntirelyEco? How Covid and BLM has impacted Loni's business. How Loni has managed both her growing family and business together - and how she'll handle maternity leave Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss another episode!
Business Lessons from Special Needs Advocacy with Dr. Lilach Saperstein
Today's guest is on a mission to help parents connect with and advocate for their children. From her speaking engagements to her clinical work, she has impacted hundreds of people with information and support in their time of need. She is an audiologist helping families navigate life and parenting at the intersection of hearing loss, special needs, and other chronic health challenges. Today I'm excited to introduce you to the host of the All About Audiology podcast, Dr. Lilach Saperstein.
In This Episode You'll Learn Parents typically aren't provided enough supports when navigating the processes, appointments, and meetings related to raising a child with special needs. Three specific strategies that are the same for special needs parents and entrepreneurs. Tips and tricks for parents raising children with special needs AND building businesses! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss another episode!
Real Life, Risks, and Being Different with Bethany Adkins
Today's guest is a Pediatric Nurse turn stay at home mom who has always had a love for reading and writing, and she finally decided to pursue it full time while also getting the opportunity to stay home with her kiddos like she always dreamed. She is now a blogger, podcaster, freelance writer, and podcast manager. Today I'm excited to introduce you to Bethany Adkins.
In This Episode You'll Learn Our journey's are all different and that it's never too late to change courses and pursue your dreams. Taking the risks of leaving a 9-5/weighing the options and the first steps you should take Pushback Bethany felt from family/friends when leaving her 9-5 for a life of entrepreneurship Job security - Corporate vs. Entrepreneurship How Bethany defines "balance." And more! Be sure to subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss another episode!
Addressing Racial Bias In Our Children And Entrepreneurship with Jen Lumanlan
Today's guest is a parent of a preschooler with a Master's in Psychology focused on Child Development and another in Education, and she hosts a podcast called Your Parenting Mojo. It's a reference guide for parents of toddlers and preschoolers based on scientific research and the principles of respectful parenting.
In This Episode You'll Learn How ideas about race develop in young children. What are you doing on your journey to reduce the impacts of systemic racism? What ways issues of privilege play out in the entrepreneurial world. What parents can do to take the next step on their own anti-racist journey.
Be sure to subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss another amazing episode!
TikTok for Business with Rachel Pedersen
Rachel Pedersen is a top social media marketer and consultant, worldwide viral sensation, leading authority on story-telling through social media and Facebook ads.
Rachel’s journey began in 2016 while working in her 9-5 (actually, it was an 8-5) day job. Within 6 months she replaced her income and built a clientele that she loved working with.
She is the founder & CEO of award-winning social media marketing agency The Viral Touch, Founder & CEO of Social Media United.
In This Episode You'll Learn How do businesses get noticed with all the noise (dancing, dog videos, etc.) on TikTok? Should you segment your content onto different accounts? Or can you mix business and personal/fun stuff? Does Rachel allow her kids to browse TikTok? What guidelines does she have in place? How Rachel is turning her TikTok followers into Leads (and sales). How does she spend her time between the "For You" vs. "Following" pages? What is the strategy behind using hashtags on TikTok? Developing a Content Strategy Should we have a "Pro" account? Be sure to subscribe to this podcast - so you don't miss another episode!
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Meg is outstanding!
Family, work, marketing, balance. Meg has it all!
Perfect for work at home family life
Thank you for sharing how you make working from home with kids fun and engaging for all! Exactly the encouragement I’ve been needing to make this work! It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and like I’m pushing the kids to the side just which isn’t good for anyone. I’m hooked after one episode with Stefanie Gass! Thanks again!
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