Moms… Don’t Believe the Lie! You CAN Pursue Your Own Dreams!
Inside: The Lie You Tell Mom & The 7 Important Lessons You Teach Your Kids By Chasing YOUR Own Dreams! Are you mom of a child ready to use? A child who does not fit into the pretty mold of society ... This does not behave like all other children. This does not act like […]

Inside: The Lie You Tell Mom & The 7 Important Lessons You Teach Your Kids By Chasing YOUR Own Dreams!

Are you mom of a child ready to use?

A child who does not fit into the pretty mold of society ...

This does not behave like all other children.

This does not act like all other children.

And YOUR life is certainly not like the lives of all "other" moms.

If it is you ...

I need you to listen!

Because there are lies that we tell you ...

Lie # 1: Moms can't be more than moms.

Recently I have received a lot of emails from people who are perpetuating this lie.

I was told that I am the problem with the world today ...

That I'm the reason the world is falling apart.


Don't believe this lie.

People are mad at me because I support this idea that moms CAN be more than moms!

This moms CAN ...

  • Just go beyond the education of children.
  • Have a goal apart from making sure their children are happy and healthy.
  • Find something that enlightens them or have an impact beyond their own household.

That moms DESERVE to take care of themselves!

Related: Why following your passions makes you a better mom

If you've always wanted to do something other than be a mom and were made to feel guilty ...

If you were done feel bad for wanting something more than that.

If you thought ...

Isn't being a mom a big enough gift?

Shouldn't I be happy with this?

YES, of course being a mom is an amazing gift!

Being a mom is powerful and it has an impact!

It's one of the most rewarding jobs in the world!

But here's the thing ...

There is another lie that we are told:

Lie # 2: Moms have to choose between being a good mom and pursuing their passions.

But the truth is you don't have to choose between one or the other!

You CAN have both!

You can be an amazing mom AND go after your passions!

You can have your own purpose, your own identity, your own self AND be an amazing mom!

You can look at yourself in that mirror and see yourself as a person, as a wife, a writer, an entrepreneur, an accountant, (or whatever your dream is) AND do you see yourself as a mom ...

You can have different identities, not just one.

And when you do that ...

You become a better mom.

You become a better person.

You become a better spouse.

When you find your own passion, this is what happens ...

You become very clear about your values.

You really understand what's important to you (and what is NOT!)

You have to put family first.

And you can raise children who know they are important too!

Because you have shown them that YOU are important!

If you have daughters, they see that they're not just meant to grow up, get married, have kids, and take care of those kids.

They see that they CAN have an impact too.

When your kids see you inspired.

When they see you turned on.

When they see you focusing on something YOU really want.

It teaches them that anything is possible!

That they CAN pursue their dreams.

That it takes hard work.

That sometimes you will fall ... But you can get up.

Do you know what else he's doing?

It shows your kids that they can make an impact.

Let their voice count.

That THEY matter.

That they can pursue their dreams ...

By empowering yourself, you empower them.

So i want you stop believing the lie that you can't be a mother looking for her own passion, her own purpose beyond being a mother.

I want to give you permission.

I want you to know..

It's good for you to pursue your passion, your dreams.

With the world as it is now ...

The world needs you to pursue your passion.

The world needs you to make your dreams come true.

Therefore stop believing the lie that you don't deserve this.

Stop believing the lie that if you were a good mother all you would do is take care of your children.

I've been able to build a seven-figure business over the past seven years, but it didn't start that way ...

It all started with a passion and a purpose.

It started with a need to know that I was not alone.

And if you don't know what you want to do ...

If you are not sure about your passion ...

It's okay too!

You you don't need to have all of this to understand this.

When I started, I had a goal:

I wanted to earn enough money to be able to pay for my box of wine.

I wanted to help pay for the groceries.

I wanted to contribute to my family and make a difference.

I had been a teacher. I had had a good job.

My husband had a good job and supported us.

But find my own passion and departure my blog was my lifeline ...

When things fell apart with my child, and I needed something that was only mine.

Something that filled me up!

By filling my own cup, it allowed me to be there for my children too!

You wouldn't be reading this today if I hadn't followed my passion and purpose.

If I hadn't picked myself up every time there was a roadblock.

If I had believed the lies.

Even today if I believed all the emails and Facebook comments telling me I'm the problem with the world because I encourage mothers to find their passion and their goal besides being a mom.

If I would believe it ...

I wouldn't be here today.

I know some of you are reading this right now and you are feeling excited.

Something is springing up in you ...

You don't know why you are feeling this - but it attracts you!

I also know some of you already have this stuff.

You have a job, you have a career's not your dream job- But he supports the family.

It's for you too!

And some of you may not have a dream ...

Your dream is to be the best mom You can be!

And let me tell you, it's for you too!

It's like my friend Jess - All she wanted was to be the best mom she could be!

By finding his passion and his goal of be the best mom, she actually discovered that she also enjoys helping other moms.

She now runs our business and this has allowed her to put a new roof on her house.

This allowed him to hire a caterer, at get a bouncy house at her child's birthday party.

So she can spend time with their children, instead of having to cook and clean all the time and miss the party.

Finding your passion and purpose makes you a better mom!

I really believe it.

And when your kids see you focusing on something YOU really want ...

He teaches them:

  1. This everything is possible!
  2. That they can go after THEIR dreams.
  3. That need hard work.
  4. That when you fall you can get up!
  5. It shows your children that they can have an impact.
  6. This their voice counts.
  7. This They are counting.

Therefore, if it's something you want for you and your family I encourage you to come to my free training.

I'm going to speak about how to find your goal, your passion-even if you lost it and you don't know where it is. Even if you don't know where to start to find it!

I want to help you create and make an impact beyond your own family.

To help you find your passion and make your dreams come true ...

So you can be an even better mom!

So you can have something that's right for you.

So you can have something that enlightens you!

Something that shows your kids that these lies are not true, and teaches them that anything is possible!

You wouldn't read this to the end if you didn't need it ...

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7 benefits of finding your passion

Take charge. Children crave limits, which help them understand and manage an often confusing world. Show your love by setting boundaries so your kids can explore and discover their passions safely.

CREDIT : HEATHER WESTONSet Smart LimitsTake charge. Children crave limits, which help them understand and manage an often confusing world. Show your love by setting boundaries so your kids can explore and discover their passions safely. Don’t clip your child’s wings. Your toddler’s mission in life is to gain independence. So when she’s developmentally capable of putting her toys away, clearing her plate from the table, and herself, let her. Giving a child responsibility is good for her self-esteem ( and your sanity ! ).

Don’t try to fix everything. Give young kids a chance to find their own solutions. When you lovingly acknowledge a child’s minor frustrations without immediately rushing in to save her, you teach her self-reliance and resilience.

Pick your battles. Kids can’t absorb too many rules without turning off completely. Forget arguing about little stuff like fashion choices and occasional potty language. Focus on the things that really matter -- that means no hitting, rude talk, or lying.

Play with your children. Let them choose the activity, and don’t worry about rules. Just go with the flow and have fun. That’s the name of the game.

Read books together every day. Get started when he’s a newborn; babies love listening to the sound of their parents’ voices. Cuddling up with your child and a book is a great bonding experience that will set him up for a lifetime of reading.

Schedule daily special time. Let your child choose an activity where you hang out together for 10 or 15 minutes with no interruptions. There’s no better way for you to show your love.

Encourage daddy time. The greatest untapped resource available for improving the lives of our children is time with Dad -- early and often. Kids with engaged fathers do better in school, problem-solve more successfully, and generally cope better with whatever life throws at them.

Make warm memories. Your children will probably not remember anything that you say to them, but they will recall the family rituals -- like bedtimes and game night -- that you do together.

Be the role model your children deserve. Kids learn by watching their parents. Modeling appropriate, respectful, good behavior works much better than telling them what to do.

Fess up when you blow it. This is the best way to show your child how and when she should apologize.

Take charge. Children crave limits, which help them understand and manage an often confusing world. Show your love by setting boundaries so your kids can explore and discover their passions safely.

Live a little greener. Show your kids how easy it is to care for the environment. Waste less, recycle, reuse, and garde each day. Spend an afternoon picking up trash around the neighborhood.

Always tell the truth. It’s how you want your child to behave, right ? Kiss and hug your spouse in front of the kids. Your marriage is the only example your child has of what an intimate relationship looks, feels, and sounds like. So it’s your emploi to set a great standard.

Give appropriate praise. Instead of simply saying, ' You’re great, ' try to be specific about what your child did to deserve the positive feedback. You might say, ' Waiting until I was off the phone to ask for cookies was , and I really liked your patience. '

Cheer the good stuff. When you notice your child doing something helpful or nice, let him know how you feel. It’s a great way to reinforce good behavior so he’s more likely to keep doing it.

Gossip about your kids. Fact : What we overhear is far more potent than what we are told directly. Make praise more effective by letting your child ' catch ' you whispering a compliment about him to Grandma, Dad, or even his teddy.

Give yourself a break. Hitting the drive-through when you’re too tired to cook doesn’t make you a bad parent.

Trust your mommy gut. No one knows your child better than you. Follow your instincts when it comes to his health and well-being. If you think something’s wrong, probabilités are you’re right. Just say ' No. ' Resist the urge to take on extra obligations at the office or become the Volunteer Queen at your child’s school. You will never, ever regret spending more time with your children.

Don’t accept disrespect from your child. Never allow her to be rude or say hurtful things to you or anyone else. If she does, tell her firmly that you will not tolerate any form of disrespect. Pass along your plan. Mobilize the other caregivers in your child’s life -- your spouse, grandparents, daycare worker, babysitter -- to help reinforce the values and the behavior you want to instill. This includes everything from saying thank you and being kind to not whining.

Ask your children three ' you ' questions every day. The art of conversation is an important social skill, but parents often neglect to teach it. Get a kid going with questions like, ' Did you have fun at school ? ' ; ' What did you do at the party you went to ? ' ; or ' Where do you want to go tomorrow afternoon ? ' Teach kids this bravery trick. Tell them to always notice the color of a person’s eyes. Making eye contact will help a hesitant child appear more confident and will help any kid to be more assertive and less likely to be picked on.

Acknowledge your kid’s strong emotions. When your child’s meltdown is over, ask him, ' How did that feel ? ' and ' What do you think would make it better ? ' Then listen to him. He’ll recover from a tantrum more easily if you let him talk it out.

Show your child how to become a responsible citizen. Find ways to help others all year. Kids gain a sense of self-worth by volunteering in the community. Don’t raise a spoiled kid. Keep this thought in mind : Every child is a treasure, but no child is the center of the universe. Teach him accordingly.

Talk about what it means to be a good person. Start early : When you read bedtime stories, for example, ask your toddler whether characters are being mean or nice and explore why. Explain to your kids why values are important. The simple answer : When you’re kind, generous, honest, and respectful, you make the people around you feel good. More important, you feel good about yourself.

Set up a ' gratitude circle ' every night at dinner. Go around the table and take turns talking about the various people who were generous and kind to each of you that day. It may sound corny, but it makes everyone feel good.

Serve a food again and again. If your child rejects a new dish, don’t give up hope. You may have to offer it another six, eight, or even 10 times before he eats it and decides he likes it. Avoid food fights. A saine child instinctively knows how much to eat. If he refuses to finish whatever food is on his plate, just let it go. He won’t starve.

Eat at least one meal as a family each day. Sitting down at the table together is a relaxed way for everyone to connect -- a time to share happy news, talk about the day, or tell a silly joke. It also helps your kids develop saine eating habits. Let your kids place an order. Once a week, allow your children to choose what’s for dinner and cook it for them.

Say ' I love you ' whenever you feel it, even if it’s 743 times a day. You simply can not spoil a child with too many mushy words of affection and too many smooches. Not possible. Keep in mind what grandmoms always say. Children are not yours, they are only lent to you for a time. In those fleeting years, do your best to help them grow up to be good people. Savor the moments. Yes, parenthood is the most exhausting job on the planet. Yes, your house is a mess, the laundry’s piled up, and the dog needs to be walked. But your kid just laughed. Enjoy it now -- it will be over far too fast.

Teach your baby to sign. Just because a child can’t talk doesn’t mean there isn’t lots that she’d like to say. Simple signs can help you know what she needs and even how she feels well before she has the words to tell you -- a great way to reduce frustration. Keep the tube in the family room. Research has repeatedly shown that children with a TV in their bedroom weigh more, sleep less, and have lower grades and poorer social skills. P. S. Parents with a television in their bedroom have sex less often. Get kids moving. The latest research shows that brain development in young children may be linked to their activity level. Place your baby on her tummy several times during the day, let your toddler walk instead of ride in her stroller, and create opportunities for your older child to get plenty of exercise.

Get your kids vaccinated. Outbreaks of measles and other diseases still occur in our country and throughout the world. Protect that smile. Encouraging your kid to brush twice a day with a dab of fluoride toothpaste will guard against cavities. Be averti about safety. Babyproof your home thoroughly, and never leave a child under 5 in the tub alone. Make sure car seats are installed correctly, and insist that your child wear a helmet when riding his bike or scooter. Listen to the doc. If your pediatrician thinks your kid’s fever is caused by a malware, don’t push for antibiotics. The best medicine may be rest, lots of fluids, and a little TLC. Overprescribing antibiotics can cause medical problems for your child and increase the probabilités of creating superbugs that resist treatment.

Keep sunblock next to your kid’s toothpaste. Apply it every day as part of the morning routine. It’ll become as natural as brushing her teeth. Put your baby to bed drowsy but still awake. This helps your child learn to soothe himself to sleep and prevents bedtime problems down the line. Know when to toilet train. Look for these two signs that your child is ready to use the potty : He senses the urge to pee and poop ( this is different from knowing that he’s already gone ), and he asks for a diaper change.


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