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One Skill That’s Hard for Moms to Learn (But Will Pay Off Forever)


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As moms, there’s a constant pressure to put our maternal identity above everything. Of course, our kids are important, but there’s a lot more to us than that. 

Juggling a million tasks, striving to ensure everything runs smoothly. Constantly worrying if everyone around us is okay. As moms, it’s a heavy burden we carry. 

The relentless pressure to bear the responsibility for everyone’s happiness and well-being is well…exhausting. Does being a mom and a woman mean maintaining control, fixing every problem, keeping everyone happy? No…and the sooner we release ourselves from the pressure, the easier everything gets.

What’s the one skill moms have a hard time learning but can have the most valuable pay-off? How do we not fall back into the norm of what we’re used to?

In this episode I talk about not taking on the burden of making sure everyone and everything is okay, why moms have a hard time figuring it out and how we can do less while contributing more.

There is a big distinction between being there for the people that you love and making sure everybody’s okay all the time. That is not the burden you need to bear. -Dana Malstaff


Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • The pressure we face
    How does the burden of making sure everything and everyone is okay affect us?
  • Step 1
    Why is it so important to first recognize the problem?
  • Supporting vs. stifling
    How do we deprive the people we love by taking on the burden of making sure everything is okay?
Dana Malstaff

Dana Malstaff

Dana Malstaff is the Founder of Boss Mom and creator Nurture to Convert.
She is a mother, author, speaker, messaging strategist, podcaster, blind spot reducer, and movement maker. She believes that too many brilliant moms are struggling to figure out how to grow their business while balancing all that is required to be a good mom, partner, and woman. So many moms are trying to grow their business using trends that feel inauthentic and aren't realistic for their inconsistent schedules. She has helped thousands of women become known for their brain and not their dance moves

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