Money Career & Motherhood Podcast
Oct 20, 2020 40 min
Ep 30: Life and leadership as a Millennial with Dr. Jennifer Wisdom
It’s a challenging time in the workforce, particularly for many Millennials as they are vying for their first leadership positions in the midst of a challenging economic environment and a global pandemic. Join me for an eye-opening look at careers and life as a Millennial with Dr. Jennifer Wisdom, author, and host of the Millennium Wisdom podcast. Whether you’re a Millennial looking to get ahead at work, or a Boomer trying to figure out what makes your Millennial employees tick, this episode is for you.
Oct 13, 2020 44 min
Ep 29: How to raise a math person with Allison Dillard
Have you ever thought you’ll never be able to help your kid succeed in math because you’re just “not a math person”? Or maybe you suspect your kid is experiencing math anxiety and don’t really know what to do about it. Learn the truth about what a “math person” really is in my conversation with Allison Dillard, founder of Raise a Math Person and host of the new Allison Loves Math podcast.
Oct 06, 2020 23 min
Ep 28: Getting involved with your family’s financial planning with Gaea Verneris
Research shows that despite growth in income by women in recent years, many remain less confident in their finances than men. In today’s episode, I’m talking with Gaea Verneris, Financial Advisor and Owner of Legacy One Financial about the importance of women being involved in their family’s planning process, as well as ways women can start learning about financial planning without getting overwhelmed by the tons of opinions available online.
Sep 29, 2020 39 min
Ep 27: Cultivating professional relationships through LinkedIn with Janice Porter
We’re most likely to find our next job opportunity or client through our existing network, but growing and cultivating professional relationships in the time of COVID is challenging. Janice Porter, LinkedIn strategist, networking coach, and host of the Relationships Rule Podcast is here to teach us how to develop relationships, not just make connections, through LinkedIn. If you’ve got limited time to grow your network, or hate mixers and professional events, this episode is for you.
Sep 22, 2020 18 min
Ep 26: What does it really take to beat procrastination with Cristina Roman
We all procrastinate in one way or another. What does procrastinating look like for you? For some of us, it may be an activity that takes our focus away from the real work that needs to be done. For others, it’s decision avoidance. Solving your procrastination, regardless of what it looks like, requires a shift in mindset. In today’s episode of The Money, Career & Motherhood Podcast I’m talking with Cristina Roman, founder of Pique Coaching, about how to beat your procrastination once and for all.
Sep 15, 2020 23 min
Ep 25: Creating efficient mama systems with Laura Hernandez
In today’s episode, I’m interviewing Laura Hernandez of Mama Systems. With 10 children and 20+ appointments weekly, “peace” is not the word you would probably guess to describe Laura’s household. Yet somehow, it’s what she’s created and now she’s working with moms across the country to bring that same peace and calm into their homes. I talk with Laura about how letting go of what others thought of her was a requirement to create the family life where she, her husband, and children can thrive
Sep 08, 2020 26 min
Ep 24: Finding her path from Wall Street to fashion with Bobbie Casalino-Lewis
In today’s episode, I am talking with Bobbie Casalino-Lewis. Bobbie’s inspiring career led her to become one of the first women VPs at an all-male telecommunications firm working on Wall Street. After some time, she knew it was time for a career change and now Bobbie helps her clients create a personal style that represents how they want to show up in the world. Learn how Bobbie found her way from tech trailblazer to style expert, and what she really finds when she looks into her clients’ closets.
Sep 01, 2020 0 min
Ep 23: Learning how to thrive, not just survive, your divorce with Sacheen Mobley (Part 2)
Divorce can be painful and complex for anyone, but it often presents even greater challenges for women. According to research, women’s income drops significantly more than men’s after divorce. And because more women take family-driven career breaks to raise children, they are often the ones left struggling to figure out how they can meet the financial needs of their family after divorce. I’m talking with Dr. Sacheen Mobley, host of the So, You’re Getting Divorced podcast. This is part 2 of this dis
Aug 25, 2020 22 min
Ep 22: Learning how to thrive, not just survive, your divorce with Sacheen Mobley (Part 1)
In this 2-part episode I’m talking with Dr. Sacheen Mobley, host of the So, You’re Getting Divorced podcast. In Part 1, we’ll hear from Dr. Sacheen about how to come to a place of acceptance in your divorce, and how to decide who you are now after your identity has changed so dramatically. We’re also talking about why women – whether working or not – need to be thinking about their personal economy separately from the family economy, even in a healthy marriage.
Aug 18, 2020 33 min
Ep 21: How an educational therapist can help your child thrive with Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts
Have you tried everything you can think of to support your struggling learner, yet they still struggle? In this episode I’m talking with educational therapists and cohosts of the Learn Smarter Podcast, Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts. Educational therapy is different than tutoring because it focuses on helping students develop the strategies they need to become independent learners.