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Episode 47 – New To Homeschooling While Starting a New Business: Courage to Try New Things with Meghan Berger

The first year of homeschooling is one big learning curve, for both the teacher and the student. Year one of homeschooling is full of figuring out what works and what doesn’t….kind of like our first year in business, right?  Can you imagine starting a new business AND tackling the first year of homeschooling – at…

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Episode 46 – New Homeschooler, Successful Entrepreneur: First Months as a Homeschool CEO with Angie Trueblood

Are you a mom entrepreneur who’s thinking about homeschooling your kids? Are you wondering if it’s even possible to homeschool while running a successful business? If you’ve wondered how on earth you could homeschool without your business suffering, today’s podcast episode is for you.  ….or if you’re struggling with finding a successful homeschooling and entrepreneurship…

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Episode 45 – From Subsidized Housing to 7-Figure Businesses in Less Than 3 Years with Kirsten Tyrrel

Is it possible to go from living in subsidized housing to making a million dollars in just three years? Yep, and that’s exactly what today’s guest, Kirsten Tyrrel did.  The secret to her success? It’s simpler than you might think. In today’s episode, you will learn what it took for Kirsten and her husband to conquer…

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Episode 44 – How She Retired Her Husband While Homeschooling and Running 2 Businesses with Tavia Redburn

In the Homeschool CEO community, anything is possible. That includes retiring your husband from his 9-5 (if that’s something you desire).  It’s possible to build a successful business that retires your husband EVEN IF your husband works all day while you are busy on the homefront homeschooling and building your business.  In fact, that’s exactly…

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Episode 43 – Keeping Kids Healthy and Fit with Larissa Maloney

We all want our kids to be healthy and fit, and today’s podcast guest makes that easier than ever with her new revolutionary, online, interactive PE program. The best part: You don’t even have to leave your house to give your kids a great PE class experience.  Today, I’m chatting with Larissa Maloney about all…

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Episode 42 – Biohacking Your Brain for More Energy and Focus with Dr. Amber Langley-Gill

If you’ve ever wished that you had more energy and focus or maybe that you just felt better, then you may want to consider learning more about biohacking.  I sat down and talked to Dr. Amber Langley-Gill, a former emergency/critical care veterinarian and now an author, coach, founder of Biohacker Babe Academy, as well as…

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Episode 41 – How to Raise Antiracist Kids with Dr. Monea Abdul-Majeed

Part of being a homeschool parent is learning to talk to our kids about the hard stuff, and one of those things is antiracism. You might think that you are antiracist and that you already know what antiracism means. However, our podcast guest for today encourages us to go beyond just saying “I’m not racist.”…

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Episode 40 – What Clubhouse Is and How You Can Use It as a Homeschool CEO with Jen Myers

I am usually the last person to adopt a new social media app, but Clubhouse really piqued my interest for a number of reasons. In today’s podcast episode, I will share with you what Clubhouse is, my initial impressions of the app, and how I’m using it in my business. For those of you who…

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Episode 39 – How “A Christmas Carol” Influenced The Way I Saw Business and Life with Jen Myers

Every year, my family attended a holiday musical based on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. It taught me key lessons about business and life.  In today’s episode, I share 7 business and life lessons I learned from this popular Christmas story.  Having this holiday tradition in our family truly shaped the person I am today,…

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Episode 38 – What I Did Right and What I Wish I Would Have Done Differently in Homeschooling with Jen Myers

I’ve been homeschooling for the past 17 years and my family and I have experienced many different highs and lows. If I had to do it all over again, there are some things I would do differently, but there are also things I would keep exactly the same. If you want to know what those…

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