I bet you’re not thinking it!

My youngest daughter just tried out for the HS tennis team and made it. She’s still working as a house cleaner while also keeping up on her wrestling workouts and learning how to drive. ⁠

My middle daughter works several hours each week at a local taco shop, takes a few AP classes, picks up extra shifts, has a killer social life, and still uses some of her time to sell adorable jewelry at the local farmer’s market. ⁠

My oldest is taking summer classes, just got hired at the mom and baby unit in the hospital, kept her old CNA job as PRN, and still makes gorgeous wedding cakes each weekend for her clients. ⁠

Is this what you were thinking?

“Wow, these girls are selfish? They have so much going on, they are working a lot, have school, their plates are full, and now they want to add more into their schedule? That is totally selfish!”

I bet you didn’t. 

I bet you thought something like, 

“Good for them!”

“They are ambitious girls following their desires.”

“These girls sound amazing!”

Why is it, when moms want to add growing a business or reaching a goal to their already packed schedule, we think,

“maybe we are being selfish?” 

Why aren’t we saying

“That’s incredible, way to go after our desires!”

“Good for us!”

“Our ambition sounds amazing!”

It’s HARD!

It’s hard feeling selfish when going after a dream!

It’s hard questioning yourself in your motherhood and business growth.

It’s hard thinking that something has to be sacrificed for your business to grow!

What if it’s doesn’t have to be so hard? 

What if you don’t have to sacrifice the things you value most (especially time and money) to be a great mom who makes great money in her business? 

There are simple solutions inside my 1:1 coaching program.

I help clients discover personal priorities, strategies, schedules, clarity, intentionality, and growing an intuitive business in a way that compliments their motherhood! 

I dive into your mindset, confidence, and the know-how for you to grow your relationships with your family, your clients, and yourself!

If you think this might be for you check out the link here to schedule a free discovery call with me.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Me

Did you know… 

1. I grew up in a family of 4 girls and 2 boys?  I am smack dab in the middle, although I am typed (have all the characteristics) of the oldest child. ⁠

2. On the enneagram tests I come out as an 8 and 1 equally.  I see myself in both numbers although 8’s tell me I am NOT and 8!  🤔  But @coachingwithjacqlin is very convinced that I am an 8.  Any 1’s out there?  ⁠

3. If I had to eat only one cuisine type for the rest of my life it would certainly be Mexican food.  If I had to choose one dessert it would be ice cream.  You can have almost every other type of dessert in ice cream flavors. ⁠

4. When I married my husband, the deal was, he could never take me out of Arizona, he had to mow lawns, and he couldn’t work nights. (I’m afraid of the dark)  Just a few years into our marriage I was living in Wisconsin, mowing the lawn by myself, because he was at work, pulling an all-nighter at the clinic. I didn’t get the things “I wanted” but I’ve received even better things in our marriage!  ⁠

5. My first group Mastermind mind, “IN THE MIDDLE COLLABORATIVE MASTERMIND” Launches September 2021!   

This small group mastermind is designed to help you do the work in your business and motherhood that you feel passionate about, create, hit goals, make money, NETWORK, MASTERMIND, and serve your clients without sacrificing the things you value most! And without confusion and overwhelm!  ⁠

We will network, learn, create friendships, and grow our businesses together using our own strengths, interests, strategies, and techniques that work for YOU!! ⁠

Life is more than just our business! ⁠ Let’s learn how to balance it! 

Networking with friends, smart friends, that understand what you value most… success in both business and motherhood are the best kind of friends!  ⁠

Is It Possible to Create More Time?

There are only 24 hours each day. Depending on how you use those hours, you can create more, create productively, create results, or create nothing. ⁠⁠
If you want to create more time, ask yourself these following questions:

1. Is there a way to make the task easier or automate it?

2. Do I need to do this task as often as I am?

3. Could I hire out or do without this task in my business or motherhood?

4. Do I like my reasons for continuing to put this task on my schedule?

5. Do I like the results I’m getting from doing this task?

Did these questions make you think? If you don’t know what you are doing with your time or doing something unintentionally, good chance you’re losing hours in your day. ⁠⁠