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Where parenthood meets professional development: Hosted by Amy Lynch and covering all things business, flexible and remote work with kids! The Mixing Babies And Business ™ Podcast features inspiring guests who’ve been showing up as their full selves as parents in professional environments, creating community and advocating for change. Join our movement. Bring your kids. Learn more at: mixingbabiesandbusiness.com
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SHOW NOTESOur conversation took place in March and is split into three parts – in this second mini episode, we talk about what it's been like to produce over 200 episodes of his podcast over the years, treating his work like a client, collaborating with others and why there's never a downside to being yourself in business.Steve Folland is a parent, video and audio creator and the founder of Being Freelance. The next episode covers what he wishes someone would have told him before becoming a freelancer and parent and what he hopes the future holds for his kids.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Getting over the fear of public speaking in video or audio formatsThe importance of practice and valuing your audience's timeWhat it's been like to produce over 200 episodes of the Being Freelance Podcast and win an award with Frankie Tortora of Doing It For The Kids PodcastEnjoying what you do and finding the value in itTreating yourself and your work like a clientCreativity as a form of self-care Bringing his whole self to workThanks to Steve for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting his business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT STEVE FOLLANDSteve Folland is a parent, video and audio creator for businesses and freelancers. He’s the founder of Being Freelance, a podcast and online community to help people around the world in various stages of their freelance journey. Together with fellow community founder and freelancer Frankie Tortora, he also co-hosts Doing It For The Kids, which won bronze for Best Business Podcast at the British Podcast Awards in 2020.CONNECT WITH STEVEWebsite https://www.beingfreelance.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/beingfreelance/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevefolland/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThe final interview series in Season 2 features Steve Folland, a parent, video and audio creator and the founder of Being Freelance. This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in March. We talk about our current work spaces, why it's NOT business as usual right now and the importance of connecting with other freelancers who understand what you're doing. Stay tuned for future episodes where we talk about consistency, being freelance (and a parent), and why you should treat your work as a business.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: The spaces we're currently working fromA segue about cats and our kids Podcasting from odd places and getting creative with his workManaging expectations with clients and working with other freelancersWhat an average working day looks like for him during the pandemicHow the past year has created even more flexibility between his work and home lifeFocusing on what we can control right now, including DIY projects Creating an accidental brand as a freelancerWhat freelancers want to know when they're starting outThanks to Steve for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting his business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT STEVE FOLLANDSteve Folland is a parent, video and audio creator for businesses and freelancers. He’s the founder of Being Freelance, a podcast and online community to help people around the world in various stages of their freelance journey. Together with fellow community founder and freelancer Frankie Tortora, he also co-hosts Doing It For The Kids, which won bronze for Best Business Podcast at the British Podcast Awards in 2020.CONNECT WITH STEVEWebsite https://www.beingfreelance.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/beingfreelance/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevefolland/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESOur conversation is split into three parts – in our third and final episode, we talk about creating a social impact business focusing on racism in the workplace and his drive to create a better future for those coming up behind him.Nathan Hall is a parent and the CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Creating a survey for Black, Indigenous and People of Color to document their experiences of racism in the workplaceExperiencing racism in professional work environments and on social media during the pandemicWhy he believes companies are uniquely positioned to bridge gaps between understanding individual experiences of racism and making a difference in local communitiesWhat he wishes someone would have told him before becoming a parentAppreciating where you're at as an entrepreneur and a parentHis drive to create a better future for those coming up behind himThanks to Nathan for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting his business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT NATHAN HALLNathan Hall is a parent and the CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce. He is the recipient of an Ottawa Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award and was asked to join the Forbes Agency Council, an invitation-only organization for prominent executives of public relations, media strategy, creative and advertising agencies.CONNECT WITH NATHANWebsite https://culturecheck.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mrnathanhall/LinkedIn https://ca.linkedin.com/in/mrnathanhall------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESOur conversation is split into three parts – in this second mini episode, we talk about building your decision-making muscle, how he trusts his instincts and deciding to throw out the playbook as an entrepreneur.Nathan Hall is a parent and the CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce.The next episode will feature the final part of our conversation, where we'll talk about the work he's doing to address racial discrimination and what he wishes someone would have told him before becoming a parent and entrepreneur.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Making difficult decisions under pressure in a leadership position Cultivating the ability to trust in yourself and follow your beliefsIdentifying your North Star, values and clarifying your visionTaking risks that only impact himself and how it has played out so farGetting comfortable with being the odd one out and going in a different directionThrowing out the playbook and testing things as an entrepreneurThanks to Nathan for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting his business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT NATHAN HALLNathan Hall is a parent and the CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce. He is the recipient of an Ottawa Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award and was asked to join the Forbes Agency Council, an invitation-only organization for prominent executives of public relations, media strategy, creative and advertising agencies.CONNECT WITH NATHANWebsite https://culturecheck.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mrnathanhall/LinkedIn https://ca.linkedin.com/in/mrnathanhall------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThe next interview series on the podcast features Nathan Hall, a parent and the CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce. This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place earlier this year in January. We talk about moving his company to a remote workforce, staying home with his family over the past year and getting comfortable with public speaking.Stay tuned for future episodes where we talk about making difficult decisions as a leader, addressing racial discrimination in the workplace and appreciating where you are as a parent and entrepreneur.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Travelling for work when the pandemic was announcedMoving his service-based team to a remote work modelHow he's set up his home life and routines over the past yearExperiencing business growth during the pandemicCrafting your story and getting better on camera during these timesPushing yourself beyond your comfort zoneWhy imitation tech tools don't work for kidsThanks to Nathan for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting his business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT NATHAN HALLNathan Hall is a parent and the CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce. He is the recipient of an Ottawa Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award and was asked to join the Forbes Agency Council, an invitation-only organization for prominent executives of public relations, media strategy, creative and advertising agencies.CONNECT WITH NATHANWebsite https://culturecheck.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mrnathanhall/LinkedIn https://ca.linkedin.com/in/mrnathanhall------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESIn our third and final episode, we talk about what she wishes someone would have told her as a founder starting a family, developing her own playbook throughout the process, the need for universal childcare and disrupting the higher education sector.Heather Payne is a parent and the CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou. Heather founded Ladies Learning Code in 2011, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code with offerings for all ages, and has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: What she wishes someone would have told her as a founder before becoming a parentDeveloping her own version of a business playbook for her pregnancy and postpartum period as a founderThe importance of universal childcare within Canada to make progress on gender equalityThe type of personal development she pursues and how she integrates wellness into her daily routinesThe books she's recently read and how she's investing in herself latelyDisrupting the higher education sector and creating the university of the future through Juno CollegeThanks to Heather for speaking with us about mixing babies and business!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT HEATHER PAYNEHeather Payne is a parent and the CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou. She founded Ladies Learning Code in 2011, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code with offerings for all ages, and has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”.CONNECT WITH HEATHERWebsite https://junocollege.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/heatherpayne/Twitter https://twitter.com/heatherpayne------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESIn part two of our interview, we talk about rebranding an organization, encouraging feedback as a leader and exploring new parent-friendly programming options – stay tuned for the third and final part of our conversation.Heather Payne is a parent and the CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou. Heather founded Ladies Learning Code in 2011, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code with offerings for all ages, and has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: What is behind her drive to create more flexible offerings for people in the education industry Dedicating the past decade to helping underrepresented individuals create a career in techTactical advice for creating a brand from scratchGoing through a rebrand process and the importance of communicationEncouraging team members to give you feedback as a leaderExploring on-site childcare in the early days of Ladies Learning CodeLooking at how access to childcare will impact Juno's programmingDifferent ways to offer child-friendly programming and spaces for parentsThanks to Heather for speaking with us about mixing babies and business!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT HEATHER PAYNEHeather Payne is a parent and the CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou. She founded Ladies Learning Code in 2011, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code with offerings for all ages, and has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”.CONNECT WITH HEATHERWebsite https://junocollege.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/heatherpayne/Twitter https://twitter.com/heatherpayne------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThe next interview series on the podcast features Heather Payne, a parent and the CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou. Heather founded Ladies Learning Code in 2011, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code with offerings for all ages, and has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”.This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in December. Stay tuned for future episodes where we talk about all things parenthood, disrupting the tertiary education sector and the need for access to affordable childcare.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: How her work and home routines have evolved over the past yearRelocating the family at the start of the pandemicWorking alongside her partner in a separate spaceMoving her company from in-person classes to online offeringsThe importance of asking for user feedback when making changes Communicating with investors during the pandemicIntroducing an Income Share Agreement (ISA) model for tuitionDealing with naysayers when providing an innovative solutionThanks to Heather for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting her business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT HEATHER PAYNEHeather Payne is a parent and the CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou. She founded Ladies Learning Code in 2011, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code with offerings for all ages, and has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”.CONNECT WITH HEATHERWebsite https://junocollege.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/heatherpayne/Twitter https://twitter.com/heatherpayne------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESIn the third and final part of our interview, we talk about learning to outsource and delegate, the kinds of professional and personal development that are working for her right now and how as a parent, she's creating an impact for her children, Indigenous women and girls.Devon Fiddler is a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan and the Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a brand of handbags and accessories dedicated to elevating Indigenous women and girls.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: What she wishes someone would have told her before becoming a parentThe importance of learning how to delegate at homeOutsourcing what's outside of your zone of geniusThe professional development she's using as a parent during the pandemic What she does to focus and centre herself when she has little alone timeThe kind of world she would like her children to experienceWhy she's so passionate about creating an impact for Indigenous women and girls through SheNative GoodsThanks again to Devon for taking the time to speak about all things parenthood, professional development, business, advocating for Indigenous women and girls and living out her mission every day!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT DEVON FIDDLERDevon Fiddler is a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan and the Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a brand of handbags and accessories dedicated to elevating Indigenous women and girls. She is a speaker, influencer, thought leader, and program developer in entrepreneurship, leadership and skills development.CONNECT WITH DEVONWebsite https://www.shenative.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shenativegoods/https://www.instagram.com/devonfiddlerofficial/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESIn part two of our interview, we talk about what an average day looks like for her as an entrepreneur and parent during the pandemic, sustaining her business over seeking growth and using her intuition in decision making. Devon Fiddler is a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan and the Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a brand of handbags and accessories dedicated to elevating Indigenous women and girls.The next episode will feature the final part of our conversation, where we'll talk about what she wishes someone would have told her before becoming a parent and how she's living out her mission to elevate Indigenous women and girls.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: What an average work day is like for her now and how she schedules her prioritiesWhy she has been focusing on sustaining her business over growth until nowLearning to take the path of least resistance and looking after your mindsetHow she decides what to pursue in businessHer mission to elevate Indigenous women and girlsAsking for compensation for your time as an entrepreneurTrusting your intuition when it comes to decision makingThanks to Devon for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting her business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT DEVON FIDDLERDevon Fiddler is a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan and the Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a brand of handbags and accessories dedicated to elevating Indigenous women and girls. She is a speaker, influencer, thought leader, and program developer in entrepreneurship, leadership and skills development.CONNECT WITH DEVONWebsite https://www.shenative.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shenativegoods/https://www.instagram.com/devonfiddlerofficial/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThe next interview series on the podcast features Devon Fiddler, a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan and the Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a brand of handbags and accessories dedicated to elevating Indigenous women and girls.She is a speaker, influencer, thought leader, and program developer in entrepreneurship, leadership and skills development. This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in November. Stay tuned for future episodes where we talk about all things parenthood, adapting her business during the pandemic and creating a social enterprise brand.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Being a guest speaker and workshop facilitator with a babyThe importance of on-site childcare at eventsWhy virtual evening events are still difficult to attend as a parentHow her business, speaking and consulting engagements have changed during the pandemicMoving from a retail space to an e-commerce modelWhy we can't trust our kids with markers even when we're in the roomAdjusting our expectations and being okay with everyday failuresThanks to Devon for speaking with us about parenthood and adapting her business during the pandemic!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT DEVON FIDDLERDevon Fiddler is a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan and the Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a brand of handbags and accessories dedicated to elevating Indigenous women and girls. She is a speaker, influencer, thought leader, and program developer in entrepreneurship, leadership and skills development.CONNECT WITH DEVONWebsite https://www.shenative.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shenativegoods/ https://www.instagram.com/devonfiddlerofficial/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThis is the third and final mini episode of our chat with Sheena Brady and Solange Tuyishime. Sheena is a parent, Social Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, Tea Sommelier and Storyteller. Solange is a parent, an International Keynote Speaker, Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist.Our conversation took place in November as part of a virtual event I hosted for parents.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Practical steps parents can take to advocate for their needs in professional environmentsWhy you should do what you can now in your business with what you haveWhy no one is going to show up if you don’t keep showing up for yourself firstHow Founders Fund is giving back to women-identifying entrepreneurs and plans to continue growing the community and mentorship programHow Elevate International is championing women in leadership positions and plans to highlight the stories of Indigenous and Black female entrepreneursThanks to them both for speaking with us about parenthood and changing the future of girls through education, entrepreneurship and leadership opportunities!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT SHEENA BRADYSheena Brady is a parent, Social Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, Tea Sommelier and Storyteller. She is the Founder and CEO of Tease Tea, Founder & Co-Owner of Founders Fund and on the Merchant Success Leadership team at Shopify.CONNECT WITH SHEENAWebsite http://sheenabrady.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sheenabradyy/ABOUT SOLANGE TUYISHIMESolange Tuyishime is a parent, an International Keynote Speaker, Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. She is the President and CEO of Elevate International, Co-Founder of Naylah’s Legacy, a UNICEF Canada Ambassador, Mrs. Canada International 2019 and Mrs. Canada World 2021.CONNECT WITH SOLANGEWebsite http://misssolange.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/misssolange/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusine
SHOW NOTESThis is the second part of three mini episodes of our chat with Sheena Brady and Solange Tuyishime. Sheena is a parent, Social Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, Tea Sommelier and Storyteller. Solange is a parent, an International Keynote Speaker, Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist.Our conversation took place in November as part of a virtual event I hosted for parents. The next episode will feature the final part of our conversation, where we'll talk about advocating for yourself, thriving during difficult times, the importance of showing up and their plans for 2021.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Learning to delegate as a parent and business owner (while in labour)The importance of succession planning and putting trust in other peopleHow to pitch to investors, sponsors and complete strangersThe importance of storytelling and changing people’s perceptionsBuilding resilience as you’re met with disappointmentWhy you should focus on the value you provideThe effects of the pandemic on sponsorshipWhy you should ask for feedback on your pitch------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT SHEENA BRADYSheena Brady is a parent, Social Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, Tea Sommelier and Storyteller. She is the Founder and CEO of Tease Tea, Founder & Co-Owner of Founders Fund and on the Merchant Success Leadership team at Shopify.CONNECT WITH SHEENAWebsite http://sheenabrady.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sheenabradyy/ABOUT SOLANGE TUYISHIMESolange Tuyishime is a parent, an International Keynote Speaker, Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. She is the President and CEO of Elevate International, Co-Founder of Naylah’s Legacy, a UNICEF Canada Ambassador, Mrs. Canada International 2019 and Mrs. Canada World 2021.CONNECT WITH SOLANGEWebsite http://misssolange.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/misssolange/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThis is the first part of three mini episodes of our chat with Sheena Brady and Solange Tuyishime. Sheena is a parent, Social Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, Tea Sommelier and Storyteller. Solange is a parent, an International Keynote Speaker, Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist.Our conversation took place in November as part of a virtual event I hosted for parents. Stay tuned for two more episodes where we talk about all things parenthood, building resilience in business and showing up for yourself first.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: How they’ve adapted their workflows during the pandemic What drove them to begin their entrepreneurial journeysSheena’s background in hospitality and becoming a tea sommelierHow Founders Fund is giving back to women entrepreneursSolange’s life experiences and how they've shaped her missionHow Elevate International and Naylah’s Legacy’s are enhancing others’ livesThe need for a different type of leadership to impact women and girlsBeing vulnerable in professional environments and creating trust------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and leave a podcast review.Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT SHEENA BRADYSheena Brady is a parent, Social Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, Tea Sommelier and Storyteller. She is the Founder and CEO of Tease Tea, Founder & Co-Owner of Founders Fund and on the Merchant Success Leadership team at Shopify.CONNECT WITH SHEENAWebsite http://sheenabrady.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sheenabradyy/ABOUT SOLANGE TUYISHIMESolange Tuyishime is a parent, an International Keynote Speaker, Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. She is the President and CEO of Elevate International, Co-Founder of Naylah’s Legacy, a UNICEF Canada Ambassador, Mrs. Canada International 2019 and Mrs. Canada World 2021.CONNECT WITH SOLANGEWebsite http://misssolange.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/misssolange/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents.Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
I'm excited to announce Season 2 is almost here! Join me for conversations from February through April 2021, as I interview guest experts about all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids. This show features inspiring interviews edited into mini episodes less than 20 minutes long, designed for parents who want to invest in themselves, alongside their loved ones. If you want to explore mixing babies and business, you’ve come to the right place!ABOUT SEASON 2My first interview is from a virtual event where I hosted Sheena Brady and Solange Tuyishime: Sheena is a parent and Founder and CEO of Tease Tea, Founder & Co-Owner of Founders Fund and on the Merchant Success Leadership team at Shopify, Solange is the President and CEO of Elevate International, Co-Founder of Naylah’s Legacy, a UNICEF Canada Ambassador, Mrs. Canada International 2019 and Mrs. Canada World 2021My second interview is with Devon Fiddler, a Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan, Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc, a speaker, influencer, thought leader, and program developer in entrepreneurship, leadership and skills developmentMy third interview is with Heather Payne, a parent and CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou, Founder of Ladies Learning Code, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code, one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Trendsetters & Trailblazers category, as well as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 12 Canadian “Innovators at Work”My fourth interview is with Nathan Hall, a parent and CEO of award-winning video marketing agency Simple Story and Founder and CEO of Culture Check, an anti-racism support center for the workforce, Ottawa Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award Recipient and member of the Forbes Agency CouncilI can't wait to share their insights with you and I'm hoping each mini episode helps you feel less alone during these times. Until next time, take care of yourself and your family.------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Send us your feedback and share your work from home with kids stories via email at: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and encourage them to tune in. Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers.This podcast is the result of my journey over the past five years bringing my kids into business settings, hosting parent-friendly professional development events and during these times, it's my creative attempt to continue connecting you with industry leaders and guest experts who also happen to be parents. Mini episodes are released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids.Thanks for listening and sharing with your network of parents!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast HostJoin our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESMy name is Amy Lynch and I'm the host and producer of the Mixing Babies And Business™ Podcast. When I set out to launch a podcast in 2020, it was to attempt to create an online space where the conversations I would normally host at my in person parent-friendly professional development events could reach a wider audience at a time and place when and where they needed it most.This show features inspiring interviews edited into mini episodes less than 20 minutes long, designed for parents who want to invest in themselves, alongside their loved ones. If you want to explore mixing babies and business, you’ve come to the right place!ABOUT SEASON 1My first interview was with Frankie Tortora, a mum of two, freelance graphic designer and founder of Doing It For The KidsMy second interview was with Tanya Hayles, a mom of one and an award-winning event planner, freelance writer, public speaker, creative storyteller and founder of Black Moms Connection and Color In White SpacesMy third interview was with Kevin Bourne, a dad of three and an entrepreneur, freelance journalist, media personality and co-founder of SHIFTER  Magazine and SHIFTER AgencyMy fourth interview was with Karla Briones, a mom of two kids, an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and founder of Karla Briones ConsultingI sincerely hope you'll find comfort in hearing the lived experience of other entrepreneurial and community leaders, in their own words, who have been adapting to their parenthood journey along the way.We'll be back in early 2021 with Season 2. Thanks for listening, catch you next time!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Send us your feedback and share your work from home with kids stories via email at: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and encourage them to tune in. Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers. The podcast is hosted and produced by Amy Lynch, with mini episodes released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids. Thanks for listening and if you enjoy what you hear, please share the podcast with fellow parents you're connected to!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast Host Join our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThis is the third and final of three mini episodes of our chat with Karla Briones, an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and a mom of two kids, with a passion for helping others succeed in their business journey.She uses over a decade of experience running multiple businesses to mentor, coach and help new immigrants become successful entrepreneurs in Canada. She works with founders through her company, Karla Briones Consulting and Invest Ottawa's advisory programming and gives back to her community through organizations including Futurpreneur Canada and WorldSkills.In this episode we talk about embracing collaboration as a business owner and important resources for newcomers to Canada and those entering the world of entrepreneurship for the first time.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Tips for newcomers to CanadaWhat she thinks you should focus on as a new entrepreneurHow she continues to invest in herself and her favourite go-to resourcesWhy collaboration is key for herWFH lifeBIG thanks to Karla for chatting with us about all things business, investing in yourself and parenthood!Stay tuned for our Season 1 finale where we'll be wrapping up episode highlights before we return for Season 2 in February 2021.------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Send us your feedback and share your work from home with kids stories via email at: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and encourage them to tune in. Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT KARLA BRIONESKarla Briones is an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and a mom of two kids, with a passion for helping others succeed in their business journey. She works with founders through her company, Karla Briones Consulting and Invest Ottawa's advisory programming and gives back to her community through organizations including Futurpreneur Canada and WorldSkills.CONNECT WITH KARLAKarla Briones Consulting https://karlabriones.com/Invest Ottawa https://www.investottawa.ca/experts/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/immigrantbusinesscoach/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/karlabriones/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/karlabriones/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers. The podcast is hosted and produced by Amy Lynch, with mini episodes released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids. Thanks for listening and if you enjoy what you hear, please share the podcast with fellow parents you're connected to!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast Host Join our movement. Bring your kids.
SHOW NOTESThis is the second of three mini episodes of our chat with Karla Briones, an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and a mom of two kids, with a passion for helping others succeed in their business journey.She uses over a decade of experience running multiple businesses to mentor, coach and help new immigrants become successful entrepreneurs in Canada. She works with founders through her company, Karla Briones Consulting and Invest Ottawa's advisory programming and gives back to her community through organizations including Futurpreneur Canada and WorldSkills.In our second episode with Karla, we talk about how becoming a parent became a catalyst for her starting her entrepreneurial journey, the breakdown she experienced a few years into running two businesses and having two kids and what she learned along the way.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: What her business schedule looked like at the beginning of becoming a new momTransitioning out of the 'failure is not an option' mindset as a newcomer to CanadaWhen she knew she had to step away from her business and how she did itGetting comfortable with releasing control and asking for helpWhat she continues to do to look after herself------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Send us your feedback and share your work from home with kids stories via email at: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and encourage them to tune in. Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT KARLA BRIONESKarla Briones is an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and a mom of two kids, with a passion for helping others succeed in their business journey. She works with founders through her company, Karla Briones Consulting and Invest Ottawa's advisory programming and gives back to her community through organizations including Futurpreneur Canada and WorldSkills.CONNECT WITH KARLAKarla Briones Consulting https://karlabriones.com/Invest Ottawa https://www.investottawa.ca/experts/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/immigrantbusinesscoach/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/karlabriones/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/karlabriones/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers. The podcast is hosted and produced by Amy Lynch, with mini episodes released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids. Thanks for listening and if you enjoy what you hear, please share the podcast with fellow parents you're connected to!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast Host Join our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThis is the first of three mini episodes of our chat with Karla Briones, an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and a mom of two kids, with a passion for helping others succeed in their business journey. She uses over a decade of experience running multiple businesses to mentor, coach and help new immigrants become successful entrepreneurs in Canada. She works with founders through her company, Karla Briones Consulting and Invest Ottawa's advisory programming and gives back to her community through organizations including Futurpreneur Canada and WorldSkills.Our conversation took place back in September before our kids started back at school in Canada and is split into three parts, so stay tuned for future episodes where we talk about all things parenthood, starting a business as a newcomer to Canada and learning to invest in yourself.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Adapting her workflow during the pandemic as a parent and owner of multiple businessesLearning the art of letting go How she tracks her scheduleThings she does to get out of her head and into her bodyBeing vulnerable on social mediaWhy she believes business is human------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Send us your feedback and share your work from home with kids stories via email at: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and encourage them to tune in. Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT KARLA BRIONESKarla Briones is an award-winning Mexican-Canadian serial entrepreneur and a mom of two kids, with a passion for helping others succeed in their business journey. She works with founders through her company, Karla Briones Consulting and Invest Ottawa's advisory programming and gives back to her community through organizations including Futurpreneur Canada and WorldSkills.CONNECT WITH KARLAKarla Briones Consulting https://karlabriones.com/Invest Ottawa https://www.investottawa.ca/experts/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/immigrantbusinesscoach/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/karlabriones/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/karlabriones/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers. The podcast is hosted and produced by Amy Lynch, with mini episodes released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids. Thanks for listening and if you enjoy what you hear, please share the podcast with fellow parents you're connected to!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast Host Join our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
SHOW NOTESThis is the third and final mini episode of our chat with Kevin Bourne, a dad of three and an entrepreneur, freelance journalist and media personality.He is co-founder and editor-in-chief of SHIFTER Magazine, and is co-founder and CEO of PR and content marketing firm SHIFTER Agency. He was recently named to Ottawa Life Magazine's Best of Ottawa: Activists & Changemakers list.Our conversation took place back in October and since we're both doing remote school for our kids, you may hear some voices in the background.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT: Using his skills and experience to mentor othersHow his business offerings are evolving during the pandemicThe types of professional development he invests inWhy you should trust your gut in businessWhat he wishes someone would have told him in the early days of parenthoodLearning to make time for yourselfBIG thanks to Kevin for chatting with us about all things business, creating change and parenthood!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Send us your feedback and share your work from home with kids stories via email at: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please share it with other parents you’re connected with and encourage them to tune in. Learn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resources------------------------------------ABOUT KEVIN BOURNEKevin Bourne, a dad of three and an entrepreneur, freelance journalist and media personality. He is co-founder of SHIFTER  Magazine and SHIFTER Agency.CONNECT WITH KEVINKevin Bourne https://www.shifteragency.com/kevin-bourneSHIFTER Magazine https://shiftermagazine.com/Twitter https://twitter.com/kbtheboss_https://twitter.com/shiftermagazineLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinrbourne/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/shiftermagazine/https://www.facebook.com/shifteragency/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kbtheboss_/https://www.instagram.com/shiftermagazine/------------------------------------ABOUT MIXING BABIES AND BUSINESS™I believe parenthood and professional development doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.As a social impact movement and community, I'm focused on producing parent-friendly professional development, digital resources and more inclusive and flexible work solutions for primary caregivers. The podcast is hosted and produced by Amy Lynch, with mini episodes released on Tuesday and Friday covering all things entrepreneurship, flexible and remote work with kids. Thanks for listening and if you enjoy what you hear, please share the podcast with fellow parents you're connected to!- Amy Lynch (+ Family)Founder | Event + Podcast Host Join our movement. Bring your kids.http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
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