180: What No One Tells You About Being a Mom and Running a Biz
August 20, 2018
49 min
This is a GAME CHANGER for any ambitious lady out there that wants both career success and a family. Today, we are having a beautiful business boss and mother on the show to tell us about how she balances both the role of “mom” and “CEO”. Audrey Roloff is a fiery redhead from Portland, Oregon. Audrey shares life, faith, and motherhood on her blog aujpoj.com. She is passionate about motivating women to always believe in the more that is within them, and she spreads this mission through her devotionals and clothing line. She is also the co-founder of Beating50Percent.com, a marriage ministry, with her husband Jeremy. Audrey married Jeremy Roloff co-star of Little People Big World, and their wedding was nationally televised - reaching over 2 million viewers. Since then, they have shared their lives with us on the tv show, along with social media, and through their writings. She recently welcomed a new little babe, Ember, into her story and today she is going to teach us that motherhood and business are NOT mutually exclusive! In this episode, you will learn how to know when the time's “right” for bringing family into the world, the secret to balancing motherhood and CEO titles, how to prepare for a baby on the way, and how YOU can give yourself grace in the juggle of momma and girl boss! If you are a momma, dreaming of becoming a momma, or just ready to hear one heck of a story, you can’t miss this! GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER SHOWNOTES: jennakutcherblog.com/audrey
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