Improve Your Focus and Outperform the Hardest Worker in the Room: You
Inspired by this week’s Moms Making Six Figures Podcast episode with Laurel Hamblin, an incredibly successful realtor in the Treasure Valley at the young age of twenty-three, who credits her success to her pursuit of personal growth and the time she invested in herself and her career by taking the
The Practical Perks of Involving Your Children in Your Business
Inspired by this week’s Moms Making Six Figures Podcast episode with Tax Strategist Jessica Smith who believes in making your money work as hard for you as you work for it, all while giving our children the gift of practical experience and work ethic. I can still remember my first job. There
Dream Jobs | Do They Really Exist?
Recently when discussing some frustrations surrounding a work place indiscretion and how it was handled (or more aptly how it was not handled) by the powers-that-be, my friend and colleague remarked, “I don’t go to work to have my needs met.” Cue my existential crisis in response. As I�
Your Emotional Intelligence Quotient is Key to Your Success Equation
Inspired by this week’s episode of the Moms Making Six Figures Podcast with Brenda Lee, Emotional Intelligence Expert, who believes in the power of identifying our perspective and pushing through our conditional gaps to tap into our mind’s subconscious. Part of the human experience is suffering.
Manage Your Mind
Inspired by this week’s episode of the Moms Making Six Figures Podcast with Brooke Paulin who believes in the practice of managing your mind and the small daily habits that lead to great success over time. In a world where we are inundated with more information and more access to it than eve
Where Have All the Women Gone?
Inspired by the NBC News coverage of recent report findings published by Deloitte, in “Women @ Work: A global outlook”. With viewership of Hulu’s most-watched original title, The Handmaid’s Tale, achieving record numbers following its season 4 premier nearly a month ago, it should come as no
The Benefits of Believing in Something Bigger
Inspired by this week’s episode of the Moms Making Six Figures Podcast with Dr. Barbara Ryan who attributes her success, service of others, and belief in herself to her faith. As parents, one of the first existential conversations we are asked to navigate by our children is the inevitable, “Wher
Kindness Deserves a Seat at the Table, Whether in the Kitchen or the Boardroom
One of the unspoken challenges of working from home, working remotely, or working largely in isolation is the lack of authentic opportunities for social interactions with colleagues, management, and our professional tribe. Many of us are seeing the lines of our home life and work life blur for
Working From Home: 10 Tips For Success
When I started my business 7 years ago, I had no idea that it would grow to the size it is today, allowing me to walk away from a corporate career I spent 15 years building! When I tell people I work from home and replaced my corporate salary within 2 years, I usually get […]
With Spring Showers Comes the ‘She-Cession’: Keeping the Plates of Working Motherhood Spinning in the Midst of a Pandemic
Inspired by Maria Shriver’s investigative report for 3rd Hour Today, The State of Women: She-Cession. The month of March typically fills our calendars with the return of spring weather, spring-cleaning, spring training and spring break, but this year, March also marks one year since the World Heal