Keri on Mom Podcast

Keri on Mom Podcast

Got a business idea percolating and want to hear how other moms have started their business to help give you ideas? We will talk to moms who have built their businesses while raising a family. We journey through what they did to get started, the challenges they face, and how they push through problems. This podcast will help you discover different businesses moms have started; how to balance the family and running a business; it will give you great ideas about the types of business that may be right for you; we might even chat about being a mom. This podcast is meant to inspire you to action and not wait to pursue your dreams.

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May 12, 2022 51 min

One of the hardest parts about scaling your business is replicating yourself or training new people to do what you have always done. Having systems in place and knowing  your processes before you need to scale will help you streamline when its time scale. Taryn, a systems junky talks about what you should have in place now, to save you time later. 

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Chelsea proves that being a mom of 6 is no excuse to put your dreams aside. In this conversation with Chelsea you’ll learn that its totally possible to build a thriving beauty business when you have the heart and the drive to succeed. Chelsea owns a successful on location glam squad for brides in Southern California. She gives insight into how she has been able to expand her offerings by paying attention to the needs of her custome...

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Kaytee had to make some tough business decisions in building her current practice. In this conversation, we talk about the nutritional connection to mental health and also what it's like to make decisions in your business from cutting ties to partners who are not aligned with your values. Kaytee has built a business with a membership option in addition to her one on one coaching and she helps shed light on what that might look ...

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Andrea has been an SEO and Branding strategist and website designer for over 10 years. Using her psychology degree and eye for design, Andrea designs beautiful websites that creates high conversions for clients. And she does this all while homeschooling her 5 children. 

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Handmade goods make such great gifts, but most of us don’t have the time to make them. Alissa is the exception. After the loss of her daughter Anna, Alissa really needed to do something, so she picked up her crochet needles, a skill she learned when she was 5…and she started reflecting on her grief. Out of necessity to get rid of the hats she had made, Alissa sold her creations and that gave her an idea….to birth a Missing Stitch. ...

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In October I interviewed loss moms. The moms I interviewed are moms of stillbirth children. An absolutely painful journey. Loss moms are some of the most resilient people I have met, and their businesses usually thrive because after what they have been through, going after a dream, they leave it all on the table. Yari is no exception. 

Yari Pineiro  started painting furniture after the still birth of her daughter. In this inspiring ...

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This week, one of our most popular guests on the podcast, Hallie Scott MFT joins us to talk about the process of writing a book. We talk about the advantages of finding a publisher and what she did and didn't know about the processes. We also get into friendship after child loss. This episode has a little bit for everybody.

October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month, so the next few interviews will be with loss moms wh...

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Irene Anderson is a personal trainer and owner of Studio 78. Her fitness journey began 18 years ago after her 2nd daughter was born. After losing 28lbs and through the last 18 years, she realized that mindset and your journey to health should be based on your personal preferences. Life is a gift and Irene believes that in order to maximize the time God gives us and the calling we’ve each been given, we need to take care of ourselve...

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Esther Cuellar is a Franchise operator who has opened 2 Yogurtlands, a jersey Mikes and soon to be, her second Nothing Bundt Cakes. As a young girl, Esther wanted to open up a restaurant, but when she heard about a new concept called Yogurtland, she shifted her focus and moved into Franchise ownership. Esther a mom of 2 shares with us the pros and cons of running this type of business, and the challenges she faced in being a part o...

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After being a SAHM for 13 years, Soo wanted to find a job to help her family financially. After several months of putting her resume out there, Soo found herself completely discouraged but decided to take matters into her own hands. Soo took her years of sales and marketing experience and her love of design and opened up Yard Card Momz, a yard greeting company.

Her small investment into her company and large belief in herself has pu...

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Corynne Kerns is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Orange County, California, and a mother of 2.  After studying Psychology and Early Childhood Education in college, she taught at a child development preschool for several years.

It was during that time that she discovered her passion for people’s emotional and relational health. She felt a deep desire to aid others in discovering the roots of their struggles, and want to h...

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Beth Blanzy is a mom of 3 who opened up a dance studio when her kids were young and sold it 15 years later. In this interview Beth talks about the pains and the rewards of owning your own business. Beth gives us great insight into the importance of boundaries and the joys of owning a business and letting your kids get involved. If you are thinking about opening a brick and mortar store, this episode is a must listen! 

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In today’s episode, you will meet Ashley Meyer-a wife, mom of 3, attorney, law firm owner, podcaster, entrepreneur, and founder of the largest national networking and referral organization for mom-owned businesses.  Ashley has incredible insight into the pain points of moms who want to run a business, have deep friendships and be great moms. Her business tools are just what every business needs to gain clarity and focus to launch y...

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Lynette Ranaudo is a wife and mother to three, living in sunny Southern California.  Her baking journey began 10 years ago as a form of therapy to reduce anxiety from a very stressful job and quickly turned into a passion.  It was only 2 years ago that she turned her love of custom sugar cookies into a full side hustle and the journey has only grown from there.  In the age of social media, she focused on video tutorials and client ...

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I am thrilled to introduce to you Tasha Smith who is the Founder of Emerge Sales training, an author of Customer's First and mom of 2. In this conversation with Tasha we talk about so many things, but my biggest takeaways is the 2 most important people you should hire...and it's probably not who you think. 

In our conversation, we touch on why an impact journal can be more important than revenue when you are first starting, ...

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In this episode, I talk with Christina Muscari from Pretty Distressed about her journey to becoming a Silver Creator Award on YouTube.  This working mom started flipping furniture as a creative outlet and has mastered the furniture flipping space. Christina is so collaborative with other furniture flippers and her videos are super helpful if you have an old piece of furniture you want to give new life too. 

If YouTube is a space you...

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If you are opening a new business, there are so many things that go into making it run smoothly. If you have a brick-and-mortar store, the salespeople may be beating down your door. As a business owner, you're interested in one thing: achieving the goals you've set. So many people start a business to do something they love- and quickly find out that the administrative burdens and liabilities of running a business distract t...

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Are you wondering if you need a website, or why Search engine optimization should be a strategy when building it? 

In today's episode, Kristen Ferguson shares her unusual career as an SEO blogger and the benefits of having a website with optimized wording. 

If this is a little foreign to you, stay tuned to learn why this can all be a game-changer to your business.

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In this episode, we talk to Carla Fair, mom to 3 boys who successfully ran a Notary Signing service when her kids were young. We talk about how connecting with people is vital to longevity in the mortgage industry. Carla's ability to connect with people has allowed her to maintain steady business over the last 20 years. 

Carla shares with us what she did and the sacrifices she made in order to be able to commit to growing her bu...

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This podcast is not a business related one, but it is a topic that effects 1 in 4 women. I am speaking to author Hallie Scott. Hallie is a marriage and family therapist who has been in practice for 20 years. She is a friend of mine who I walked with through the pregnancy and loss of her daughter Abby. As a friend, it was hard to navigate knowing what to say, so when she wrote this book, and I read it, it was so helpful to better un...

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