Join Yolanda as she has unfiltered conversations, on how to manage motherhood, marriage and business life! As a mother of two, starting and growing two businesses from the ground up, she knows what it takes to try and juggle it all. Entrepreneurship and motherhood go hand in hand in this podcast!
In this episode, Yolanda talks about her pregnancy, her miscarriage and the toll it took on her mental health. She discusses how her personal life along with current events made her go into a mental breakdown, how she overcame it and how she wants you to know that you are not alone. She openly talks about the fears of pregnancy and how she was able to overcome those fears after a miscarriage.
In this episode, I talk with Alyssa DeRose, author of the newly released book "Momoir" we talk about her her not so perfect journey into motherhood and talk about how she handled writing a book and being a working stay at home mom.
Balancing Bible verses with swear words, Alyssa uses light humor to describe her very real journey through pregnancy, loss and learning. In a social media world centered around perfection – during a pandemic where most parents are struggling to get by day-to-day – readers will walk away with permission to shed preconceived expectations and claim their truth.
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In this episode we talk with Kristin DeBias, who co-founded Energetek, while raising a toddler. We talk about the adversity that women typically face in the workplace, how to handle company demands outside of business hours, and the importance of mental health.
You can find out more of Energetek by visiting their website at: https://etekenergy.com/
In this episode we talk with Kris Rice, founder of Deconstructing Wellness.
She empowers high-achieving mamas to prioritize their wellness without feeling like they have to spend 3-hours a day meditating! We talk on how we are dealing with parenting and self-care during this Covid-19 pandemic.
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Being a business owner has its own ups and downs, but add a virus, guidelines and a pandemic and it's a whole new roller coaster. Most of the world is opening up, and if you are wondering where to start, what to do to prepare your business for your customers, I give you some tips that can help you! Good bye to the old "normal" and hello to the new "normal".
Parent is already difficult, but to parent while sheltering at home…well that’s another story. It hasn’t been easy in my household, and I’m here to tell you it’s okay. In this episode I discuss what I have been going through; anxiety attacks, mom guilt, sleepless nights, fear of the unknown and how I’m taking it one day at a time. We are in this together, don’t ever feel you are alone in your thoughts!
With everything going on in the world and everything we see and hear on the news, it's easy to get scared and question life and business. In this episode I talk about how to keep a positive mindset, as well as other rants and raves with everything that is going on in life.
Are you overwhelmed with social media, apps, web hosting, and how to market your product, your business online? Are you having trouble branding yourself? In this episode, Yolanda gives you the tips and tricks she tells her clients when helping them set up their online presence. Having a digital presence in todays world is essential to any business.
In this episode Yolanda goes more into detail regarding her schedule, how she time blocks her day and what works for her as a mother of two, business owner and blogger! She goes into detail about the planners she has used, such as the 10x planner by Grant Cardone and the Fit home and health planner by Emily Frisella. She gives you tips to schedule your day efficiently and account every hour of your day and maximize your day. Don't just be busy, be productive!
Setting intentions for 2020, well first of all what is the meaning of intentions? Do you have a vision board, goals and resolutions? Those are all good things to have, but in this episode we go more into detail on how to make sure this year, is the year you make things happen!
Joanna Hardis, LISW, is a cognitive behavioral therapist and Gestalt-certified coach. A mother of three, she combines her personal parenting with her 20+ years of professional experience. Her specialties are treating adults and children who have anxiety disorders or obsessive compulsive spectrum disorders, are going through life transitions (like life after divorce), or who would like help with their parenting skills. In this episode we discuss anxiety, how to spot it and steps on dealing with it. We also talk about leveraging fear toward your goals
Learn more about Joanna at joannahardis.com
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Rachel is a parenting specialist, but also a speaker and founder of an online Parenting Academy. In her work with parents, she teaches how to raise responsible, resilient children when we are busy and overwhelmed ourselves. In this episode we discuss how to parent while on a schedule and how to engage with your pre-teens.
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Is there some sort of chaos in your life? Maybe repeated arguments in your relationship, maybe your environment at work isn’t ideal? Or perhaps you keep self sabotaging yourself. In this episode Yolanda will talk to you about looking in the mirror and confronting that person. Are you being real with yourself?
In this episode Yolanda will tell you why she surrounds herself with people that are in higher levels than her. She also talks about the recent experience she had at a Louis Vuitton store in San Francisco where her family was discriminated against from one of their associates.
Have you ever experienced something like this? Has anyone ever told you, you don’t belong?
Hello, and welcome back! In this unfiltered conversation we talk about being a work in progress. What do those words mean to you? Are you a work in progress? Do you have issues you know you need to resolve but don’t? In this episode I let you know what I have been up to and how I took control of my emotional and mental state of mind..
You have decided to start your side hustle/your business! But what are the steps you need to take to be mentally and emotionally prepared to deal with a business, and run a household? In this episode Yolanda gives you a couple of tips on how you can prepare for your journey into entrepreneurship
Diane is energized, committed, and passionate about leading wellness conversations around life balance, self-care, plant-based nutrition, and whole life wellness. Her joy is seeing individuals adapt health and wellness methods that reduce stress and bring harmonious balance to their lives. In this episode we talk about boundaries in life and how to strive for balance in “real life”.
What is your definition of motivation? Do you consider yourself a motivated person? Let me tell you how I recently redefine motivation for me and how that helped me get into the right mindset to a healthier lifestyle.
Have you attended an entrepreneur conference? Are you starting your business and considering hiring a coach? I have attended several conferences and have some tips for you! Remember, there is difference conferences, motivation and businesses conferences. Don’t forget to network!
Do you ever feel guilty as a mom and start questioning yourself? Am I doing enough? Spoiling them? Am I spending enough time with them? In this episode I’ll tell you what worked for me, only by asking one question.
Absolutely grateful for 2018 and all the growth that happened, not only in business but mentality and physically. Yolie goes more in depth on why she believes in manifestation, goal setting and her year in review as a mother, wife and business owner.
The year is almost over and in this episode I go over all the books/audiobooks I read/heard. My list includes Building an Empire by Elena Cardone, Becoming by Michelle Obama, You need more money by Matt Manero and much more! Let me help you choose your new book!
I recently took a trip to New York to disconnect from life and reconnect with myself. I had lost myself in the role as a mom, wife and boss that I had forgotten how it was to be ME. Learn what you can do to help get your sanity back and rediscover your passion and purpose. You don’t need to fly out, you might need a day or two of a “staycation"
I attended a TIM STOREY LIVE event featuring Sarah Pendrick of Girl Talk Network, and these are my notes and my take way from the event. Are you a scuba diver or a snorkeler? What are the motives of the people around you? Do you have the right partner?
Kylie overcame domestic violence, homelessness, robbery, rape, paralysis, a cancer scare and mental health issues as a single mom to become a multiple international award winning CEO, keynote speaker, author, blogger. We talk about rebuilding your life after domestic violence. This episode was originally recorded for The Unfiltered Wife Podcast
Susan owns a Bridal Beauty Company servicing California, Las Vegas, Hawaii & Destination Weddings. She talks about self-care and how important it is while managing a business and raising kids. We talk about mentoring and the importance of having a mentor.
Sandy is a real estate agent. We talk about being specific when writing your goals, and being authentic with your clients. She also talks about managing work and dealing with kids and work when your partner is gone for a couple days. This episode was originally recorded for The Unfiltered Wife
Kayce Bragg is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of South Carolina. We talk about managing a marriage, motherhood and working from home. This episode was originally recorded for The Unfiltered Wife podcast
How do you show your appreciation for your clients? In this episode I talk to you about 4 things I do to make sure my clients know I appreciate their business and how this makes me stand out from my competition
We as females hold many hats, and we need to learn how to prioritize. In this episode Yolie talks about her schedule and how she time blocks her day. We need to find out what works for the family regardless of the “norm”. Don’t get overwhelmed because you see someone doing things a certain way and it’s not working for you.
Are you and your partner running a business? What are your tips on how to effectively work with your spouse? In this episode I will talk to you about my experience in working alongside my husband for almost 10 years!
In this episode Yolanda discuss her battle with thyroid cancer and anxiety attacks at an early age. She went from Levothyroxine to desiccated thyroid medication and that was a life changing moment for her. Her thyroid removal caused her hair to fall out, dry skin, depression and anxiety. She fought for many years to feel “normal” again
Do you just hire because their resume fits your needs? Do you also make sure they are in line with your culture? Here’s my quick tip on hiring people for your company. In order to scale your business you need to HIRE!!
A partnership doesn’t have to be complicated. You can not make him happy and he can not make you happy. YOU are the only one that can make yourself happy. In this episode Yolie goes over what she thought marriage would be like “a cinderella” stories with tons of expectations and not enough REALITY!
Doesn’t it feel good to get a pat in the back? When was the last time you congratulated someone else? What do you think of the “culture” in women empowerment? Do you support your friends, their business?
How do you approach the “money talk” with your kids. Do you think kids should be paid for chores? Should kids know about finances or let them be kids and learn about bills and money when they’re older?
In this episode I answer 4 questions about myself. I want to apologize in advance for the “umms” and “sniffles” but this cold weather and time change took a toll on me today. If you enjoy this please take the time to leave feedback!
What do you do when you feel your partner is working too much and isn't helping around the house? Do you help him de-stress or do you put more stress on him? How do you manage whatever time you have with your spouse?