You Can Have it All

You Can Have it All

Running a successful business and a thriving family is not a zero-sum game with the right mindset and a support structure. The You Can Have it All Podcast focuses on the 4 areas of Business, Parenting, Wellbeing and Impact. Our current state of life relates fully to every single decision that we make on a daily basis. Individually, they might not seem too important on their own, but our life is shaped by these collective decisions.

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November 4, 2020 33 min

This episode is with Melissa Froehlich, a sought-after business strategist, mentor, and mindset coach. She talks about how she shifted from a scarcity mindset to an abundant mindset and helped scale her business exponentially. She explains how she gets deeper into the root course of limiting beliefs to help her clients to recognize hidden beliefs they have about their abilities, and how that is stopping them from achieving the best...

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In this episode, I am joined by Oxana Romanyuk, founder and CEO of Remote Rockstars, a company that offers high-end online business management and professional virtual assistant services to visionary entrepreneurs, industry experts, and coaches. 

If you’re an aspiring Virtual Assistant and Online Business Manager join us as we walk you through the value that these roles bring into the business, and if you’re an entrepreneur, I’m inv...

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September 30, 2020 27 min

This episode is with Lauren Wrighton, a mompreneur and podcast strategist. Lauren talks about how she became passionate about podcasting and is now helping freelancers become profitable podcast managers.  Her course ‘The Podcast Manager Program’ is designed for current freelancers unsure of what to specialize in and for people who want to work 20 hours or less a week. We talk about the opportunities that podcasting presents to free...

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September 23, 2020 31 min

This episode is with Shannon DeSouza; a Mompreneur, Digital Marketer, Wife, and International Speaker from DeSouza on Demand - Digital Marketing Agency.

Shanon talks about how having a passion for what you do is one of the biggest drivers in creating a business that works for you, both in terms of enjoying what you are doing and being able to support others in their efforts. We also discussed stopping second guessing ourselves and d...

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This episode with Cara Halber will help us realize that while there is absolutely no shortcuts in changing the things around us by changing what is inside of us, the things that we want, our desires, and the breakthrough will only happen when we start to see ourselves from a place where our soul dwells, that’s when a path of alignment and journey of happiness begins. This is an episode packed with highly explosive value and essenti...

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September 2, 2020 58 min

This episode with Belinda Rosenblum will teach us not to shy ourselves away from our hard-earned money. This will open our eyes more to how we should look at our finances, whom we should surround ourselves with when it comes to money matters, and beyond all the numbers, she will teach us to clear the limiting beliefs that hold us back, looking at entrepreneurship with a whole new perspective.

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This episode with Ean Price Murphy is about looking at financial matters beyond what we see. As business owners, we cannot manage what we cannot measure. Hold on to your seats, this segment can make you a better entrepreneur than you are… 


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August 18, 2020 49 min

In this episode, Hadeel Anabtawi talks about her entrepreneurial journey of training over 40,000 kids in STEM, running a social enterprise as well as a foundation, how they changed their business model when COVID19 happened and a lot more.

Hadeel is a social entrepreneur in the children and girls’ empowerment field. She is a certified life coach, teacher’s trainer on interactive teaching methodologies and the founder of the Alchemis...

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I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a stressful year and managing our emotions during times like these require a lot of practice. We can’t really control some incidents in life, and it’s important to invest in our energy constantly to be able to manage unexpected situations when they occur.

In this week’s podcast episode, I have the pleasure of sharing my interview with Suzanne Jeffreys about the Ancient Secrets for Managing...

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There are several differences between running a traditional business and a digital business, from the Technology you use, Marketing strategies, Company Structure, as well as the Mindset.

We pivoted Mompreneurs Worldwide from a traditional business, organizing large events, meet-ups and in person trainings to a digital business with digital courses and a membership. 


In this week’s podcast episode, I explain how we went through this t...

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July 29, 2020 16 min

I started my entrepreneurial journey 10 years ago in France, worked on a few brands in Dubai and pivoted our business when we moved to Canada. After building multiple brands, I learned the difference between running a business and having a mission in life with Mompreneurs Worldwide. 

In this podcast episode, I share the reason I started Mompreneurs Worldwide and why it has become my life mission. 

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July 8, 2020 36 min

Climate change is an important topic now, more than ever. In this episode, Daniela Pogliani has joined me to talk about the importance of taking care of our planet. 

Daniela is a conservationist, passionate about conservation, ecology, sustainable development and social justice. She shares tips and actions that we can all take to help our environment and raise more conscious kids who will be taking the lead on this mission. 

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In this episode, Lina Khalifeh, shares her journey of founding She Fighter: The First women-only Self-defense studio started in Jordan and replicated in 6 countries globally. The studio was founded in 2012 and has trained more than 18 thousand women and certified 550 Instructors all over the globe. Lina has been mentioned by President Barack Obama in his speech at the White House in 2015 and she has received multiple awards for her...

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July 7, 2020 28 min

In this episode, Joelle Abou Farhat, tell us more about the importance of having women leaders to reach parity and how her organizations empowers and educates women to get involved in politics in Lebanon. Joelle is the Co-Founder & President at Fiftyfifty NGO in Lebanon - and the Founder and CEO at JO Branding Advertising.

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July 3, 2020 22 min

A lot has happened in the past couple of months, from the 2020 pandemic, to political and social incidents all around the world. I will share with you some updates about my life, business and emotions in this episode. 



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This episode is an inspirational interview with Reky Martha, the co-founder of Hoshizora, a non-profit organization in Indonesia that empowers more than 2300 children in 384 schools through education and scholarship.

Hoshizora envisions a world in which all children have access to education, and realize their full potential, creating a better world to live in.

Reky currently is an independent consultant based in Portland and she cons...

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This week we are going to shift gears a bit and hear once again from another one of the incredible ladies from my "Vital Voices: Women on a Mission" series.

 

I had the opportunity to interview Courtney Savie Lawrence. She is an entrepreneur, educator and connector by nature who thrives by working with others to bring innovative sustainable development projects to life.

 

I wanted to talk to her about the role that "Change&...

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In part 1, we looked at the folks and groups who can lend individual support to entrepreneurs, here in part 2, we will look at organizations that take on that task, we will look at places that entrepreneurs can work, places they can learn and places where they can meet like-minded entrepreneurs.

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In this episode, we will talk about the different types of individual support you can find out there as an entrepreneur. We will talk about 4 ways in this episode and in the second episode, we will talk about 6 different organizations that are out there supporting entrepreneurs.

 

So if you haven’t heard much about masterminds, if you don’t know the difference between a coach and a mentor, and if you thought that the only type of mem...

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June 19, 2019 13 min

In this episode, we go through the 6 stages of the Entrepreneurial Success Journey. Calling ourselves, "an entrepreneur" is pretty vague, and we need a little more structure to know exactly where we are along the journey so we can take the right actions to move to the next stage successfully.

Let's talk about the success path that most of us fall on, from the very first time we consider starting our own business till the...

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