Do you need help figuring out your work-life balance? We have the host of The Working Mother’s Mentor Podcast on the show to help!
Today we brought on guest Julie Finn for our bonus episode where we highlight other mamas in the podcasting space. Julie is a podcast host, executive coach, speaker, thought leader.
Julie has mastered the art of creating balance in her career that gives her freedom, income all while helping other mamas do the same. In this episode, she shares how to create a career that supports a life you love and aligning your vision with what you do.
She dives into what it means to “play big” and why you have to make pivots that align with your joy and the bigger purpose you hope to accomplish. She also shares what you can expect from her podcast and how she hopes motherhood will evolve for the working mother.
WHAT’S IN THIS EPISODE:
- Julie’s thoughts on goal setting and New Year’s resolutions
- How Julie’s life has changed due to motherhood
- What it really means to “play big”
- How to use a Gap Analysis to help bridge the gap between what people feel like they should do vs. what they want to do
- What people can expect from Julie’s podcast, the Working Mother’s Mentor
- The importance of not going it alone and having a team to support you
- How Julie hopes motherhood will evolve for the working mother
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MORE ABOUT THE FOUNDER OF THE WORKING MOTHER’S MENTOR:
Julie Finn is an executive coach, keynote & workshop speaker, thought leader, and lively storyteller.
Julie helps professional women craft work lives that give them the freedom, income, and significance they want.
She empowers professional women to move from being overwhelmed and unfulfilled to being in control of their time and their financial destinies.
She lives in Georgia with her husband, three children, and puppy.
OUR FAVORITE QUOTES FROM JULIE FINN:
“There’s nothing like having kids to make you question every choice you’ve ever made in your life.”
“The starting point for so many folks is giving themselves permission to paint the picture of what they want their life to actually look like.”
“There are a ton of guilts that create this guilt around what they ‘should be doing’ opposed to the freedom of saying, ‘I’m okay with my business looking this way.’”
“Do not go it alone. All of the people I’ve talked to who are successful either have a mentor, coach, a sponsor or all three. Meaning they have people who are a little bit ahead of them in their career or motherhood that they can ask questions to.”
“For me, the empowerment of women is being able to build whatever kind of life you want.”