Work-Life Flow Podcast

Emotional Intelligence

Should I Stay or Should I go? On Marriage and Healthy Adult Relationships with Beth Rowles

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Today’s episode is all about our adult relationships, and more specifically the one with our partner or spouse post-kids. Beth and I explore how we can change a relationship dynamic and why it is ultimately a choice whether or not to invest in it.  Beth is on a mission to end “divorce culture” and show couples how to rekindle their relationship even if they feel it’s on the brink of falling apart.

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Healing The Next Generation through Trauma Resolution in Motherhood with Christa Bevan

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Today’s episode is all about trauma and our response to it. Christa helps us understand the difference between big T and little t trauma and why we should never discount a traumatic experience. She shares what TRE is and why it helps resolve trauma. We explore why attachment parenting could actually be bad for moms and what to do instead. Lastly, Christa shares her key steps to creating a work-life integration that works for her.

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The Road to Intentional Fatherhood with Chris Hanlon

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In today’s episode, Chris shares how he created a program for dads who want to live fatherhood with more presence. He noticed that many dads wanted to feel more connected and be more involved in the preparation for the baby's arrival. We explore why dads often feel left behind throughout pregnancy and the early years and what to do about it. 

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  • How the partners can be the emotional buffer and bring a sense of calm
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What it Means To Be Homeschool CEO with Jen Myers

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Today’s episode is all about how Jen transformed her family from the overwhelmed, hot mess, trying to do it all family to a well-oiled machine, where everyone knows what to do and when to do it by stepping into a leadership mindset. It is her CEO approach to life as a whole that has helped her harness the power of systems to become more present with her family and business.

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Overcoming Limiting Beliefs through Mindset and Energy Work with Mary Zargarian

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In today’s episode, Mary and I explore how working moms can step into their power through energy work.  We look at the most common limiting beliefs that moms have internalized. We talk about how we can shed the conditioning and negative self-talk when we start to pay more attention to it and create more self-awareness. Mary shares what the turning point was for leaving her corporate career behind.

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On Biohacking, Homeschooling and Making your Life’s Vision Possible with Dr. Amber Langley Gill

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In today’s episode, my guest Amber shares her journey to homeschooling and how her husband is a partner in every aspect of life. In her business coaching, Amber helps high-achieving moms find the tools, habits, and systems so that they are functioning at their best selves. She shares how she is building her dream life one step at a time without forgetting to savor the present moment, by asking this question: “What habits does it take today in order to get to this future self?“

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Why You Should Embrace the Hero’s Journey of Your Life with Molly Christensen

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Today’s episode is a conversation about how Molly discovered that the pattern of the Hero’s Journey can help her understand the flow of life. She shares how this pattern has helped her recognize that each of our journeys is vastly different in details, but all have common elements. This recognition has helped her not only with homeschooling her seven children but also in her own life. She shares her tactic of how to choose when to embark on a Hero’s Journey or when not to. 

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 Find Your Flow: Work-Life Integration for Busy Moms

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Being a mom is the best, they say. Enjoy it while it lasts, they say. But how can you enjoy running the household, doing the groceries, the cooking, the cleaning, the finances, all the volunteer work for school (because you know you’ll be expected to do it), all the communications around school, planning the extracurriculars and then driving your kids to and fro', making snacks so they won’t go hungry between school and sports, planning the camping weekends, attending birthday parties? All the…

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How Homeschooling has Influenced our Family Culture

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In today’s episode, I share our path to homeschooling and the short and long-term benefits we saw in our children as well as our family dynamic. Coming from Austria, where homeschooling is strictly regulated, and not very common, I had never thought of homeschooling my kids. When my daughter hit 2.5 years I was ready to send her to preschool, so I could resume my career, but she wasn’t. Simultaneously, my son’s love of learning started to wane. So we took the plunge into a new lifestyle and all …

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The Only Woman in the (Board)Room #IWD2021 - Lessons in Leadership with Christine Spadafor

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In today’s episode in honor of International Women’s Day 2021, and my guest Dr. Christine Spadafor, take a look at what her Leadership journey has looked like.  She has often been the only woman in the room and had to learn how to present herself so her ideas would be heard.  As she shares, it took a conscious effort for her to work on her language, posture, and position in meetings over the years. Christine shares that she's torn about quota for board members who fill such a position might be r…

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