Laureen Oliphant - Business Strategist for Mompreneurs
Laureen is a time management and business strategist for mompreneurs. She helps women fix their relationship with time in order to have more in their business and more time doing the things they love with the people they love. She is te author of the upcoming book, 6-Figure Mama.
Nuggets of Wisdom Shared by Laureen
- You are not alone in this world or in your business there are networks to support you.
- Work towards meeting your needs.
- Do not sacrifice your mental, emotional or physical health for anything.
What inspired you to work in this business?
I have had multiple businesses and realized how important time management was to my success. Also, knowing how important moms are and how families seem better/happier when their mom is doing things that align with her calling. When moms feel more fulfilled they can give more to their loved ones. I believe women having their own businesses gives them the freedom to feel more fulfilled because it meets their needs beyond being a mother.
Who is a woman you admire? Why?
What is a challenge you see women face? How do you support women in getting past these challenges?
I find women struggling to grow a business while taking care of themselves mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. I work with women to become more fulfilled in their business and their lives.
What can you tell my readers about the healing process?
In order to start the healing process, women need to figure out their top values. Once they do, they can create goals and tasks that align to their values which helps them avoid feeling unwell.
I have the power to do anything I want and to accomplish any outcome. @chooseyoulove @laureenoliphant
What do you tell yourself in your darkest moments to keep moving forward?
I remind myself that I have the power to do anything I want and to accomplish any outcome. I just have to decide to get it done.
If you could give your younger
self advice about life, what would it be?
I would tell her to just be comfortable in your own skin, face your fears.
What comes to mind when you hear women and identity?
I think of women letting themselves be who others view them tobe and not letting others tell them what their story is.
Why do you believe it is important for women to follow their passions?
For women to truly THRIVE in life, we need to live a life filled with joy and passion. How can we do that if we are not following our passions and living our purpose?