Success does not find you, you find success.”
Have you listened to last week’s episode yet? Make sure to catch part one of this conversation before diving into today’s episode! In part two, we continue our conversation with Dana Malstaff—the CEO and founder of Boss Mom. Dana is a mother, author, business strategist, podcaster, blind spot reducer, and movement maker. She is the author of Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business & Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro. Dana has over 20k students in various courses and community that is over 30K strong. With over 10 years of experience in content creation, marketing, sales, community building, and business strategy, Dana grew the Boss Mom brand into a six-figure business in less than a year. Her Boss Mom Movement is all about losing the guilt when it comes to raising babies and businesses at the same time, and believes that pursuing our passions and building our dreams while including our children in the process, is the best way to build thriving businesses and families.
There are even more wise gems to be found in the second half of our conversation. Listen to this episode to learn:
- The importance of following the breadcrumbs
- Why you’re going to overbook yourself and overpromise
- What happens when you chase the wrong problem, and why it’s so important to talk to someone when you’re going through any kind of transition
- The need to celebrate what you’re good at, hire people for what you’re not, and find where you waste time
- Why starting a business isn’t just about finding your passion
- And more!
Let us know what resonated most with you from this episode. What’s one thing you can tweak about your approach to your business? You can learn more about Dana by visiting www.boss-mom.com
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