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Mia / Female / 11 years old
Annabelle / Female / 3 years old
Finding a Mentor
I believe in practicing radical non-judgment and that the most important offering one can make to another person is to allow them the dignity of their own choices and the support to create whatever life they want to lead. Everyone has the right and the ability to heal themselves, be radiant and live a life they truly love.
I would love to contribute to the mama mentoring program.. I've built my business from the ground up as a single mom and I have a lot I can share about how I did that. I also have a deep passion for helping other women find their voice and their place in the world. I'm a big believer in abundance mentality and when one of us is lifted up, the whole group is lifted as a result. I love connecting people and encouraging others and collaborating.
Since 2017, my business has grown quickly and steadily simply through word of mouth. I'm ready to take things to the next level and start expanding into events, workshops, speaking engagements- super open to whatever the Universe has in store for me!.. So now I'm figuring out the best way to grow and make really smart decisions about things like brand partnerships and productivity (especially since I'm only one person!). Sounds silly, but I would say that my biggest challenge at the moment is just growing my instagram followers. Once that gets to where I want it (10k+++) then some of the other stuff will flow more readily as well. It feels like a bit of a chicken and egg situation sometimes- which comes first?
I would be thrilled to be a part of the HeyMama community. I love that it's about more than just networking and making business contacts.. HeyMama feels more authentic than a lot of the high visibility mom groups that are out there right now. Yes, I'm interested in growing my business, but I'm more interested in making connections with like-minded women that can turn into real friendships. As mothers and as women, we are each only as strong as the villages we are a part of.