Working Parent Resource

Working Parent Resource

Welcome to the Working Parent Resource Podcast, a place where we explore how to defeat burnout as working parents so we can finally enjoy these precious years of our lives. My name is Sarah Argenal, and I'm the host of this show, as well as the founder of The Argenal Institute, and creator of the Whole SELF Lifestyle™, which offers a sustainable and long-term approach to fulfillment for working parents. The show notes for this episode, as well as other resources, free training materials, and information about the Whole SELF Lifestyle™ can all be found over on our website at www.argenalinstitute.com.... Show More

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Sarah Santacroce is an internationally recognized LinkedIn Specialist & Online Presence Mentor who has personally coached over 1,900 entrepreneurs. She helps them position themselves as experts on LinkedIn so they get clients with ease. In addition, Sarah is known for helping fellow introverts market their business authentically & anxiety-free, sell their services & make a difference. She’s also the founder of The Ge... Read more

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Today we’re chatting with Ayelet Marinovich, who helps families feel confident they can raise great humans from day one - without having to buy a single toy. She is a mother of two young boys, a parent educator, singer, author, and pediatric speech-language pathologist gone rogue. She is the host of the Learn With Less Podcast, and creator of the Learn With Less™ Curriculum, supporting parents and caregivers along their journey ... Read more

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Today we’re chatting with Marisa Lonic, who is the founder of Mama Work It. Marisa is a married, working mom of four kids, a native New Yorker, and now lives in northern California.  She helps moms find the time they need to do the things they want via a time management course she facilitates called “The Get More Time Project,” and a blog she writes on the regular.  She recently published her first book, Time Momagement... Read more

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Back on episode 71 of the show, Rebecca Ching and I talked about a therapeutic approach called Internal Family Systems, and how it can help us re-frame the way we deal with big emotional challenges. One of the things she mentioned in our conversation really resonated with me, and I wanted to dig a little deeper into it a little more today. Rebecca talked about how many people these days are stuck living only in their head, total... Read more

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Today we’re chatting with Heather Chauvin, who is the creator of the Mom Is In Control Podcast, a mostly solo show where she tells it like it is. She reveals her most vulnerable truths about womanhood, parenting her 3 boys, living through stage 4 cancer, navigating marriage and creating business success without burning out. With new podcast episodes coming out every day, Heather draws on her experience as a social worker, mental... Read more

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Today we’re chatting with Errin Weisman, who is a physician trained in family medicine, life coach, podcaster and fierce advocate for wellness in medicine. She faced professional burnout early in her career and speaks openly about her story in order to help others know they are not alone, particularly female physicians and working moms. Dr. Weisman wholeheartedly believes to be a healer, you must first fill your own cup. She liv... Read more

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Today we’re talking with Christine Lam. Christine is your classic high school nerd turned physician, after taking a detour exploring the world of education, teaching math in the New York City public school system.  After having her idealism (but not soul) crushed by young mischievous teenagers, she turned to the world of medicine to indulge her thirst for learning. She holds a BS from Cornell University in Human Biology, and a j... Read more

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Rebecca Ching is a seasoned therapist, speaker, writer, leadership coach and workshop facilitator. She is the CEO and founder of Potentia Family Therapy, which is a brick and mortar integrated mental health practice based in San Diego, California. She also started Rebecca Ching Leadership Coaching + Consulting where she works with established business leaders and entrepreneurs helping them navigate the curve balls of leading... Read more

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We’ve all heard the common air travel safety phrase: you need to put the oxygen mask on yourself before focusing on anyone else around you. In other words, you can’t help anyone else if you’re not taking care of yourself first.

So why can’t we do this in our everyday lives? Why are we all struggling so much with too many responsibilities and expectations? Why are we over-burdening ourselves without feeling like we can tak... Read more

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Today we’re chatting with Kathryn Sollmann, who is a career coach, author and speaker on a mission to help current and returning professional women always stay in the workforce and find the work that fits their lives. Kathryn has created and led hundreds of conferences and workshops to help women sustain and advance careers through every age and life stage.

Kathryn is recognized as a thought leader in the women and work s... Read more

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Today we’re welcoming back Lisa Zawrotny to the show. Lisa was here with us on episode 46, which is a great foundation for the conversation we’re going to have today. In that episode, we talked all about the higher purpose of productivity. As we all know, it’s not all just about saving time, it’s about creating lives we TRULY love. I’ll link that episode up in the show notes, so push pause here and go check that out first if you... Read more

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Today we’re chatting with Tara McMullin, who is a podcaster, writer, and small business community leader. With over a decade of experience helping thousands of small business owners grow their businesses, she’s on a mission to change the dialogue about what’s really working from hype to candid conversation.

She’s the host of the What Works podcast, a top small business podcast that... Read more

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Today’s episode is a continuation of what we talked about last week. Over the last 6 years, I’ve focused all of my energy and attention on the issues and struggles working parents face in modern society, especially ambitious professionals who are in those early stages of parenthood. I’ve discovered a lot of unique stressors for this group of people, and our culture is just making... Read more

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Hey y’all! We’re back! And this time, I’m talking with you from our new home in Austin, TX! It’s been about 8 months since I’ve chatted with you here on the podcast, and I have a few different things to share with you today to get you up to speed.

A lot has happened, and all of it is pretty exciting! Our move conveniently coincided with this feeling I had been having that it was ti... Read more

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December 31, 2018 45 min

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Today's episode is our last one of 2018! It has been a whirlwind year with a lot of personal changes in my own life, so I thought I'd talk a bit about how I manage major transitions in case some of what I've learned could be helpful for you. And since it's also our last episode of the year, I'll also talk a bit about what's changed over the last year for the Workin... Read more

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The topic we’re covering today is one that is really close to my heart. I first got to know Parijat Deshpande when I appeared on her podcast, Delivering Miracles®, to discuss my own experience with secondary infertility. Infertility and pregnancy loss are both topics that affect so many parents out there, and it’s just not talked about a lot. When I went through it myself, all I wanted wa... Read more

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I used to try to avoid conflict at all costs, which usually ended up causing me a lot more pain and suffering over the long run. And after learning how to manage conflict in a healthy way, I’m amazed at how much deeper my relationships have become. Our guest today is an expert in managing conflict, and we cover some great, practical tips to help you not only AVOID conflict, but use it to ... Read more

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My sweet hubby and I are celebrating six years of marriage this week! I invited Joey onto the show to share a sneak peek into the realities of our life together. We go on a trip down memory lane, and talk about the biggest milestones of our marriage so far. 

Show Notes:  http://workingpa... Read more

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This is part two of our two-part series about child development. As I mentioned in the last episode, there are a lot of times when I’m struggling with a certain type of behavior with my kids, and understanding what’s really going on with them developmentally has been SO helpful, so I wanted to pass that information along to you guys as well. If you haven’t already heard part 1 of this ser... Read more

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Today’s episode is the first in a two-part series, and it’s something I’ve been wanting to cover since before I started this podcast nearly two years ago. I’ve learned a lot over the last 20 years about childhood development, and now that I’m a mom I’ve noticed that a LOT of that information is incredibly helpful to know. There are so many situations where I would normally lose my cool wi... Read more

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