Working Woman Entrepreneur |Successful Women Entrepreneurs Empowering You To Gain and Maintain the Freedom To Live The Life That You Want.

Working Woman Entrepreneur is a weekly podcast for Moms who want to be inspired and empowered by successful women in order to gain and maintain the freedom to live their lives the way they want to. If you want to learn how other women have successful businesses while raising their families and making a difference in the world then this is the podcast for you. Ladies We Can Have It All!
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May 25, 2015

Jamie is the founder of Moms in Motion. Moms in Motion (MIM) began as a triathlon team in 1999 in Santa Barbara CA. Jamie quickly learned how challenging it could be to balance motherhood and career with her personal interests. Understanding that moms are at their best when they take care of themselves first, Allison founded MIM to ensure a supportive, social, fitness centered community. Connecting and empowering moms through social, fitness and philanthropic opportunities quickly spread across the nation and expanded into running, trail running, walking, hiking, cycling, yoga, skiing, surfing and core strength training sports. Moms in Motion has become the #1 health & fitness online community for women around the world.

Current BusinessMom's in Motion

Definition of Success : Being in in sync with your truest joys and waking up looking forward to your day.  When you say "what do I get to do today" instead of what do I have to do today."  When purpose and passion line up!

Lesson's Learned:

  • You can't please everyone.
  • You need to make mistakes in order to learn and move forward.
  • Keep things simple.
  • Be confident in your early decisions.

Advice for Woman Just Starting Out:

  • Be easy on yourself.
  • You're not perfect so you will make mistakes.  How you rebound and what you take from your mistakes will help you grow.
  • Business is like a marathon it's a long road and you will  have a lot of major highs and major lows. You might find out it's not what you envisioned so you have to be flexible enough to change your decisions if the direction changes.

Books: 7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleGift From the SeaThe Aviator's Wife

Contact Information:

May 18, 2015

Working Woman Entrepreneur

Belinda Phillips takes a practical approach to spiritual energy healing.  She works with people who are frustrated because they are unable to reach their goals and dreams, no matter what they do.  She left her career as a lawyer to do what she feels is more aligned with her true purpose in life and loves to help empower people to create rich and fulfilling lives, free of unnecessary obstacles and challenges.

Current BusinessHealing With Belinda

Definition of Success: When whatever  you're doing is in alignment with your souls purpose (what you want to accomplish in life), whether it's being a Mom, helping people or just setting an example. Someone who lives in a place of joy and piece.

What She Would  Have Done Differently:

  • She would have enlisted the help of others for marketing.
  • Would have aligned herself with people who are doing what she's doing and work out referral systems with them.
  • Be way more smarter.

Advice for Woman Just Starting Out: Be in alignment and make sure it feels right to what your souls purpose is.  If you feel like your swimming upstream pay attention because you're probably swimming up stream.  Whatever kinds of blocks and fears you have in your subconscious about being in business and being successful take the time to seek someone who can help you using various healing modalities such as Tapping and Theta Healing. Enlist the help of experts.

Lesson Learned (Motherhood): After devoting her life to her children's growth she learned that her role is to help them, provide them with opportunities and then let them go so they will have the freewill to gain the experiences that they need.

Books: The DipSpontaneous Healing of Belief, Breaking the Habit Being YourselfThe Big LeapThe Compound EffectOutrageous Openess

Apps: Kindle

Free Gift: Go to  to set up a free 30 minute "Get to the Root Break Through Session."

Contact Information:Healing With Belinda


May 11, 2015

Working Woman Entrepreneur: Episode 10

Racheal Cook is a typical type-A overachiever, raised in a generation that told her she could be anything we wanted to be. But she was in for a painful reality check when she graduated with an MBA and set off to light the consulting world on fire. After burning out, she walked away from it all to follow her own path. Her latest evolution is, where in between blowing bubbles and trips to the park with her 5-year-old twins and 2-year-old, she waxes philosophically about the intersection between designing a business + a life you love.


Definition of Success :

  • Having the flexibly and freedom to adapt and change as your  life changes.
  • Being able to be there when her family needs her as well as when her business needs her.

"Recipe" for Success:

  • Being  able to cook without a recipe.
  • Being good on her feet and improvising, adapting and changing as the situation changes.

Advice for Woman Just Starting Out: Find other woman entrepreneurs who are walking the same path as you, because entrepreneurship can be isolating especially online. People outside of the online space don't really understand so it is so important to reach out to other woman who are doing the same thing.

Other Links : The Morning Miracle, Podcast App, Fit, Free Challenge-Fired up and Focused Challenge.






May 4, 2015

Welcome Becky Robinson to the Working Woman Entrepreneur Podcast.

Becky is the CEO and founder of Weaving Influence a social media consulting and implementation company specializing in helping authors and thought leaders to grow their online influence and market their books. She is also the author and creator of several e-books, including 12-Minutes to Change Your Day and Your Book Deserves a Celebration.  She is a wife and mother of 3 daughters.