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Stop Dying to Be the World’s Best Mom and Business Owner and Put Your Wellbeing First w/Heather Chauvin

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We all know how dangerous burnout can be, but many of us are still overworking ourselves both as business owners and as moms. Why are we killing ourselves trying to do it all, and how can we stop getting to the point of overwhelm before slowing down? 

How can we get better at filling our cups before tending to our children and businesses? Can we prioritize our wellbeing and still make all our dreams a reality?

In this episode, leadership coach and author of Dying To Be A Good Mother, Heather Chauvin shares why we have to get better at putting ourselves first.

“There are so many ways you can provide service to everyone without burning yourself out.”

– Heather Chauvin

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • How to cut out the things that aren’t serving us
    What part of our lives isn’t working for us right now, and how is that affecting us?
  • How to take radical responsibility for our feelings of unworthiness
    Are we enabling our demise?
  • Why we need to shift the way we think of our value
    Is it possible to keep being of service without overworking ourselves at some point along the way?

Guest Bio- 

Heather Chauvin is a leadership coach who helps ambitious, overwhelmed women conquer their fears and become leaders at work and home. Drawing from her professional experience as a social worker and her life experience raising three boys, Heather created a signature approach to help her clients create and enjoy sustainability, profitability, and ease in business and life. She is the host of the Mom Is In Control Podcast where she reveals her most vulnerable truths about womanhood, marriage, parenting, living through stage 4 cancer, and running a successful business without burning out. She released her first book, Dying To Be A Good Mother, in 2021.

When Heather isn’t busy driving her boys to hockey practice, you can find her curled up on the couch next to her husband, planning their next family adventure.

To connect with Heather, go to her: Instagram |  Facebook

And to get a copy of Dying To Be A Good Mother, visit here.


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