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Episode 57 – Healing from Grief and Trauma Due to Losing Your Child with Megan Hillukka

Losing a baby — either during pregnancy or after birth — is one of the most profoundly painful experiences a parent will ever endure. Yet these experiences are more common than most of us realize.  Megan Hillukka understands this  because she has been there.  The sudden, unexpected passing of her daughter, Aria, shattered Megan’s world….

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Episode 56 – Achieve Work-Life Success Using Emotional Intelligence and Leadership with Kerstin Kirchsteiger

As a mom, do you consider yourself a leader in your home? What does this have to do with work-life success? And what does emotional intelligence have to do about it? Our podcast guest, Kerstin Kirchsteiger, answers all of those questions and more in today’s episode. She is a homeschool mom and a scientist turned…

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Episode 55 – Finding Yourself After Motherhood with Katrina Ball

As moms and Homeschool CEOs, we do a lot of things for a lot of people. It can be easy to forget to set aside time for ourselves too to the point that we forget who we are. That’s exactly what happened to Katrina Ball. That is, until she decided to do something about it….

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Episode 54 – Chronic Illness, Homeschooling, and Entrepreneurship: Finding Success with Rhythm, Routines, and Harmony with Ally Adair-Chung

Is it possible to homeschool and build a successful business if your life includes chronic illness?  Ally Adair-Chung says “absolutely” and she’s on the podcast today to tell us how she has made it happen. Ally is a second generation homeschooler, homeschooling coach, curriculum development junkie, and mother to three wonderful wildlings. Ally also deals…

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Episode 53 – Playing to Win: Going All In with Business with Tonisha Stalnaker

Are you 100% in when it comes to building your business? How do you know if you’re all in or maybe still holding something back?  Tonisha Stalnaker admits that she wasn’t all in with her business when she started it in 2020. While she was doing her job well as a VA, she never really…

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Episode 52 – Protecting Your Brand with a Registered Trademark with Kailey Jacomet

In this episode, we’re celebrating two things – 1) the Homeschool CEO Podcast is now on its one year anniversary and 2) Homeschool CEO is now a registered trademark! It is because of these two things that I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to talk about the importance of protecting one’s brand, specifically…

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Episode 51 – How to Optimize Your Life as a Homeschool CEO with Lisa Kingsbury

What do you do when you have 8 kids and you want to take them on a vacation but need money to make it happen? If you’re todays’ guest, Lisa Kingsbury, you decide to start your own business and make your family’s dream vacation a reality.  Lisa is a homeschool mom of 8 kids and…

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Episode 50 – How to Overcome Childhood Trauma, Bullying, and Mental Health Issues with Homeschooling with Candice Dugger

Childhood isn’t always easy. Sometimes it includes crisis, trauma, even bullying and mental health challenges.  Thankfully, homeschooling can be adapted to help kids overcome even the most challenging crises.  Today, I am talking with Candice Dugger about how we can utilize homeschooling to help kids heal from trauma and reach their fullest potential. Candice is…

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Episode 49 – Keys to Happiness and Success in Life, Business, and Homeschooling with Kristi Andrus

Would you rather be happy or successful? Is it possible to be truly successful without being happy? Those are just two of the questions we tackle in today’s podcast.  Today’s guest, Kristi Andrus, is a former media exec turned life and business coach for ambitious moms. Her speciality is helping moms find happiness  and design…

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Episode 48 – Raising a Mogul and Other Kidpreneur Success Secrets with Zandra Cunningham and Tamara Zantell

At Homeschool CEO, we believe that kid entrepreneurs will grow up and change the world with their business ideas. That is why we’re doing what we can to support them, just like how Tamara Zantell supported her daughter, Zandra Cunningham, when she started her own business at the age of 9. Tamara is a mom…

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