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RECAP: My name is Amy Lynch and I'm the host and producer of the Mixing Babies And Business™ Podcast. Since August 2020, I've interviewed 14 guests and produced over 45 episode, across three seasons.My work has been selected as a Finalist for Future of Good‘s Top 100 Recovery Projects in Canada in 2020 and has been invited to join the Startup Canada Communities national network in 2021. ABOUT SEASON 3Episode 32 Season 3 Intro: Featured interviews and future plansEpisodes 33–35 with Jennifer Harper: A mom of two, founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty in Canada Episodes 36–38 with Adonica Shaw: A mom of three, speaker, author and Founder of Wingwomen in the United StatesEpisodes 39–41 with Jane Downes: A mom of four, chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie and Jane Downes Finance Talent in IrelandEpisodes 42–44 with Rashmi Sirdeshpande: A mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author in EnglandBONUS Episode 45: Baby in the boardroom: Becoming an accidental activist and parentpreneurEpisode 46 Season 3 Finale Recap: Podcasting while pregnant and my parental leave prep: https://www.linkedin.com/post/12/13/2021/amymlynchThe podcast is on a break in the first half of 2022 while I have a baby and remember how to care for a newborn...stay tuned for Season 4!For now, look after yourselves and best wishes over the coming months. Thank you for listening, spreading the word and supporting this work!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------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 Hosthttp://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
This bonus episode features the talk I gave for a parentpreneur panel event in October, where each speaker discussed their experiences as a business founder and parent. My oldest kid made a cameo during my Q&A session at the end, which you can watch on Startup Vancouver's YouTube Channel.THINGS I TALK ABOUT:Bringing my kids into business settingsGetting frustrated by a lack of inclusive corporate spaces and programmingLearning to ask for help, advocate for my needs and show up as I amThings I didn't know about mixing parenthood and business...until I tried itProducing parent-friendly professional developmentQuestions for event planners, employers and organizations seeking to create more inclusive spaces and programming for parents and their familiesWays in which parents can keep advocating for themselves in businessStartup Vancouver parentpreneur talksThanks for taking the time to listen to my talk about my experiences so far with parenthood entrepreneurship and activism!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT AMY LYNCHI believe everyone deserves to design a life that works for them and their family. Over the past decade, I’ve negotiated remote work arrangements, freelance client work and validated business ideas, in between living and working in Canada, Europe and Australia (and having kids).I write about travel, international family life, creativity and flexible work on my blog and produce parent-friendly professional development events and digital resources, focused on creating inclusive and flexible work solutions.CONNECT WITH AMYWebsite amymaureenlynch.comLinkedIn @amymlynch Twitter @amymlynch------------------------------------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 Hosthttp://mixingbabiesandbusiness.c
PT 3: Rashmi Sirdeshpande is a mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author who loves taking big ideas and making them accessible and exciting for young readers. Her books have been recognized by BookTrust, listed in The Times/Sunday Times Best Children’s Books of the Year and she is a World Book Day author.This is the final of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Advice for listeners seeking to create something they can't currently find in the market or on bookshelvesHow she invests in her own personal and professional development as a parent and writerThe importance of mentorship, networking and communityGoing past your comfort zone and doing things which terrify you because they're great opportunities What she wishes someone would have told her when she first became a parentThe kind of world she hopes her children grow up in and how she's writing books to spark joy, hope and encouragementThanks again to Rashmi for taking the time to speak about all things parenthood, creativity and entrepreneurship!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT RASHMI SIRDESHPANDERashmi Sirdeshpande is a mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author who loves taking big ideas and making them accessible and exciting for young readers. She writes non-fiction picture books that ignite children's curiosity, as well as fictional stories that crackle with imagination. Her books have been recognized by BookTrust multiple times, listed in The Times/Sunday Times Best Children’s Books of the Year 2020 and she is a World Book Day 2022 author.CONNECT WITH RASHMIWebsite rashmisirdeshpande.comTwitter @RashmiWriting------------------------------------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 Hosthttp://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
PT 2: Rashmi Sirdeshpande is a mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author who loves taking big ideas and making them accessible and exciting for young readers. Her books have been recognized by BookTrust, listed in The Times/Sunday Times Best Children’s Books of the Year and she is a World Book Day author.This is the second of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Relearning how to be creative as a writer after leaving her law practiceBringing her whole self to her work and being okay with making mistakesShowing up as she is for different events with school age audiencesWhat we can learn from how children treat each other and themselves Fostering a sense of curiosity and innovation in young readers as it relates to entrepreneurshipTesting out new ideas and incorporating feedback from her kidsThanks to Rashmi for taking part of her day to answer my questions about getting comfortable with making mistakes, showing up as herself and testing out new ideas with her audience.Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT RASHMI SIRDESHPANDERashmi Sirdeshpande is a mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author who loves taking big ideas and making them accessible and exciting for young readers. She writes non-fiction picture books that ignite children's curiosity, as well as fictional stories that crackle with imagination. Her books have been recognized by BookTrust multiple times, listed in The Times/Sunday Times Best Children’s Books of the Year 2020 and she is a World Book Day 2022 author.CONNECT WITH RASHMIWebsite rashmisirdeshpande.comTwitter @RashmiWriting------------------------------------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 Hosthttp://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
PT 1: Rashmi Sirdeshpande is a mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author who loves taking big ideas and making them accessible and exciting for young readers. Her books have been recognized by BookTrust, listed in The Times/Sunday Times Best Children’s Books of the Year and she is a World Book Day author.This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Converting her home writing space into a homeschool room and YouTube studioWriting in the margins of her day and practicing time blockingDeciding to leave her law career to go to business school in search of more flexibilitySetting up a business with a friend, while having a baby and then deciding to close it downHow her children reintroduced her to her love of writing and booksEntering an online competition with Penguin Random House and the chain of events it set offThanks to Rashmi for taking part of her day to answer my questions about her writing workflow, entering into entrepreneurship and how she has set her life up to prioritize flexibility!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT RASHMI SIRDESHPANDERashmi Sirdeshpande is a mom of two and a lawyer turned children's author who loves taking big ideas and making them accessible and exciting for young readers. She writes non-fiction picture books that ignite children's curiosity, as well as fictional stories that crackle with imagination. Her books have been recognized by BookTrust multiple times, listed in The Times/Sunday Times Best Children’s Books of the Year 2020 and she is a World Book Day 2022 author.CONNECT WITH RASHMIWebsite rashmisirdeshpande.comTwitter @RashmiWriting------------------------------------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 Hosthttp://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
PT 3: Jane Downes is a parent of four kids, a chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie, a flexible work recruitment website and Jane Downes Finance Talent, a specialist recruitment agency for the finance sector in Ireland.This is the final of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Relying on her processes to get her through the ups and downs of businessHow she's been looking after herself as a founder over the past few yearsWhat she wishes someone would have told her before becoming a parent and business ownerHow what she's working on is connected to the future she'd like to see for her childrenThanks again to Jane for taking the time to speak about all things parenthood, entrepreneurship and flexible work!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT JANE DOWNESJane Downes is a parent of four kids, a chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie, a flexible work recruitment website and Jane Downes Finance Talent, a specialist recruitment agency for the finance sector in Ireland. Having 20 years' experience working with a Big 4 firm, multinational and small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs), she spent a decade of her finance career in part-time roles. As a parent and company founder, she understands the desire parents have to re-skill and work flexibly around their families and aims to help people find the perfect role to fit around their lifestyle.CONNECT WITH JANEWebsites part-time.ie and financetalent.ieLinkedIn @JaneDownesFacebook @parttimeIreland ------------------------------------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
PT 2: Jane Downes is a parent of four kids, a chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie, a flexible work recruitment website and Jane Downes Finance Talent, a specialist recruitment agency for the finance sector in Ireland.This is the second of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Advice for candidates who are also caregivers who've taken a career break and want to return to the workforceBringing children into business settings as an employeeAddressing the lack of access to and affordability of childcareThe connections between attracting and retaining talent and childcareHow companies could explore parent-friendly policies and programmingThanks again to Jane for sharing her thoughts on positioning yourself as a candidate, access to affordable childcare and its connection to attracting and retaining top talent.Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT JANE DOWNESJane Downes is a parent of four kids, a chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie, a flexible work recruitment website and Jane Downes Finance Talent, a specialist recruitment agency for the finance sector in Ireland. Having 20 years' experience working with a Big 4 firm, multinational and small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs), she spent a decade of her finance career in part-time roles. As a parent and company founder, she understands the desire parents have to re-skill and work flexibly around their families and aims to help people find the perfect role to fit around their lifestyle.CONNECT WITH JANEWebsites part-time.ie and financetalent.ieLinkedIn @JaneDownesFacebook @parttimeIreland ------------------------------------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
PT 1: Jane Downes is a parent of four kids, a chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie, a flexible work recruitment website and Jane Downes Finance Talent, a specialist recruitment agency for the finance sector in Ireland.This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:How her business has changed over the past few yearsLearning a new industry, going from accounting to recruitmentThe importance of masterminding with like-minded founders Outsourcing as a non-technical founder and focusing on her strengthsAdapting her workflow during the pandemic, while her four children were homeChanges in attitudes toward working a flexible schedule or remotely over the yearsThanks to Jane for taking part of her day to answer my questions about entering a new industry, focusing on her strengths and how her family and work routines have evolved over the past few years!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT JANE DOWNESJane Downes is a parent of four kids, a chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie, a flexible work recruitment website and Jane Downes Finance Talent, a specialist recruitment agency for the finance sector in Ireland. Having 20 years' experience working with a Big 4 firm, multinational and small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs), she spent a decade of her finance career in part-time roles. As a parent and company founder, she understands the desire parents have to re-skill and work flexibly around their families and aims to help people find the perfect role to fit around their lifestyle.CONNECT WITH JANEWebsites part-time.ie and financetalent.ieLinkedIn @JaneDownesFacebook @parttimeIreland ------------------------------------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 Hosthttp://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/
PT 3: Adonica Shaw is a mom of three, speaker, author, founder and advocate for women's health who is dedicated to cultivating digital wellness spaces.This is the final of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Looking after your mental health as a founder seeking investmentWhen investors tell you their isn't a big enough market or need for your solutionAdvocating for yourself, your vision and building for one personWhat she wishes someone would have told her before becoming a parent and business owner Learning to lead yourself before you lead othersHow what she's working on is connected to the future she'd like to see for her childrenThanks to Adonica for taking the time to speak about all things parenthood, entrepreneurship, health and wellness!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT ADONICA SHAWAdonica Shaw is a mom of three, speaker, author, founder and advocate for women's health who is dedicated to cultivating digital wellness spaces. She is the founder of Wingwomen, a startup that champions health and wellness for professional women, host of the podcasts "I Surrender" and "Self-Care Saturday" and author of the self-help book, "Depressed to Daring". She was named as one of the top 136 Black Innovators in STEM + Arts by Wonder Women Tech in 2020 and is a TEDx speaker.CONNECT WITH ADONICAWebsites adonicashaw.com and mywingwomen.comLinkedIn @adonicashawInstagram @adonicashaw------------------------------------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/
PT 2: Adonica Shaw is a mom of three, speaker, author, founder and advocate for women's health who is dedicated to cultivating digital wellness spaces.This is the second of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:The early symptoms of preeclampsia with her third pregnancy How caring for her third child as a premature newborn impacted how she looked after herselfGoing through therapy and learning how to reparent herselfArticulating her needs and asking for help when it comes to her wellbeingCreating Wingwomen to provide support for other women Helping others get more comfortable speaking up and navigating their personal health journeysThanks to Adonica for sharing her personal health journey as a mother experiencing preeclampsia and how it impacted the way she currently cares for herself as both a parent and founder.Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT ADONICA SHAWAdonica Shaw is a mom of three, speaker, author, founder and advocate for women's health who is dedicated to cultivating digital wellness spaces. She is the founder of Wingwomen, a startup that champions health and wellness for professional women, host of the podcasts "I Surrender" and "Self-Care Saturday" and author of the self-help book, "Depressed to Daring". She was named as one of the top 136 Black Innovators in STEM + Arts by Wonder Women Tech in 2020 and is a TEDx speaker.CONNECT WITH ADONICAWebsites adonicashaw.com and mywingwomen.comLinkedIn @adonicashawInstagram @adonicashaw------------------------------------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/
PT 1: Adonica Shaw is a mom of three, speaker, author, founder and advocate for women's health who is dedicated to cultivating digital wellness spaces.This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in October.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:What parenting skills she's been able to apply as a founderFailing forward in front of our kidsHow her business plans and self-care practices have evolved over the past two yearsPodcasting during the pandemic and showing up intentionally to her work Setting up the Surrender Circle and Wingwomen, learning about company structures and fundraisingCultivating digital wellness spaces for women to focus on practical advice and actionsThanks to Adonica for taking the time to speak with me about showing up imperfectly in front of our children and how she has shifted her work practices to be more thoughtful and intentional!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT ADONICA SHAWAdonica Shaw is a mom of three, speaker, author, founder and advocate for women's health who is dedicated to cultivating digital wellness spaces. She is the founder of Wingwomen, a startup that champions health and wellness for professional women, host of the podcasts "I Surrender" and "Self-Care Saturday" and author of the self-help book, "Depressed to Daring". She was named as one of the top 136 Black Innovators in STEM + Arts by Wonder Women Tech in 2020 and is a TEDx speaker.CONNECT WITH ADONICAWebsites adonicashaw.com and mywingwomen.comLinkedIn @adonicashaw Instagram @adonicashaw------------------------------------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/
PT 3: Jennifer Harper is a mom of two and the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty, a digitally-native, sustainable cosmetics company with a mission to empower Indigenous youth through education and representation. This is the final of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in September.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:What she wishes someone would have told her before becoming a parent and business ownerHealing yourself before becoming a parent, to the best of your abilityWhy she believes children are not as resilient as we've been told they areUnlearning and relearning things as a parent and a business ownerThe importance of structure while also seeing things from others' perspectivesWhat the 7th Generation Principle means to her The kind of world she would like her children and future generations to inheritThanks to Jennifer for taking the time to speak with me about all things parenthood, business and leaving a legacy for future generations.Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT JENNIFER HARPERJennifer Harper is a mom of two and an award-winning entrepreneur, with a vision to be the first Indigenous woman to create a $1 billion beauty brand. She is the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty Cosmetics Inc., a digitally-native, sustainable cosmetics company known for creating high quality, cruelty-free beauty products with a mission to empower Indigenous youth through education and representation. She was awarded Chatelaine Woman of the Year in 2019, “Social Enterprise of the Year” in Ontario by Startup Canada in 2019 and announced her partnership with Sephora Canada in 2021.CONNECT WITH JENNIFERWebsite https://www.cheekbonebeauty.com/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenn-harper-0b200a23/------------------------------------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/
PT 2: Jennifer Harper is a mom of two and the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty, a digitally-native, sustainable cosmetics company with a mission to empower Indigenous youth through education and representation. This is the second of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in September.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:The results of pitching on television to the Dragon's DenBeing offered funding without having to give up equity from two different partnersHow working in sales prepared her for facing rejection when pitching her businessThe importance of believing in yourself and being passionate about what you're buildingHow she brings her whole self to her work and her parenting Healing through entrepreneurship and the lessons she's learnedThanks to Jennifer for taking the time to speak with me about believing in yourself and healing through entrepreneurship.Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT JENNIFER HARPERJennifer Harper is a mom of two and an award-winning entrepreneur, with a vision to be the first Indigenous woman to create a $1 billion beauty brand. She is the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty Cosmetics Inc., a digitally-native, sustainable cosmetics company known for creating high quality, cruelty-free beauty products with a mission to empower Indigenous youth through education and representation. She was awarded Chatelaine Woman of the Year in 2019, “Social Enterprise of the Year” in Ontario by Startup Canada in 2019 and announced her partnership with Sephora Canada in 2021.CONNECT WITH JENNIFERWebsite https://www.cheekbonebeauty.com/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenn-harper-0b200a23/------------------------------------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/
PT 1: Jennifer Harper is a mom of two and the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty, a digitally-native, sustainable cosmetics company with a mission to empower Indigenous youth through education and representation. This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation, which took place in September.THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:Adapting her workflow around home and family life during the pandemicTaking the leap from full-time employment to full-time entrepreneurshipEliminating her brand's hero products to rebuild them more sustainablyLearning a whole new (and very competitive) industryGoing from bootstrapping her business with $500 to securing Venture Capital fundsApplying to the Dragon's Den and getting to pitch her business on national television Thanks to Jennifer for taking the time to speak with me about adapting her workflow and pitching to raise funds for her business!Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in flexible and remote work with kids: http://mixingbabiesandbusiness.com/free-resourcesSeason 3 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.------------------------------------ABOUT JENNIFER HARPERJennifer Harper is a mom of two and an award-winning entrepreneur, with a vision to be the first Indigenous woman to create a $1 billion beauty brand. She is the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty Cosmetics Inc., a digitally-native, sustainable cosmetics company known for creating high quality, cruelty-free beauty products with a mission to empower Indigenous youth through education and representation. She was awarded Chatelaine Woman of the Year in 2019, “Social Enterprise of the Year” in Ontario by Startup Canada in 2019 and announced her partnership with Sephora Canada in 2021.CONNECT WITH JENNIFERWebsite https://www.cheekbonebeauty.com/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenn-harper-0b200a23/------------------------------------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/
INTRO: My name is Amy Lynch and I'm the host and producer of the Mixing Babies And Business™ Podcast. Welcome to the first episode of Season 3, which has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard Canada, Sovereign Insurance and UPS Canada.ABOUT SEASON 3Episode 32 with Amy Lynch: Introduction to Season 3Episodes 33–35 with Jennifer Harper: A mom of two and founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty Cosmetics Inc. in Canada, working in the cosmetics industryEpisodes 36–38 with Adonica Shaw: A mom of three and founder and CEO of Wingwomen in the United States, working in the health and wellness industryEpisodes 39–41 with Jane Downes: A mom of four, chartered accountant and the founder of Part-Time.ie and Jane Downes Finance Talent in Ireland, working in the recruitment and finance industriesEpisodes 42–44 with Rashmi Sirdeshpande: A a mom of two and Children's Author in England, working in the publishing and creative industriesEpisode 45 with Amy Lynch: Bringing my children into business settings and how corporations can create more inclusive spaces and programming for parentsEpisode 46 with Amy Lynch: Recap of Season 3 highlights and how you can get involved with Mixing Babies And Business™These upcoming episodes and Seasons 1 and 2 of the podcast have been created with parents like you in mind. Did you enjoy this episode? Please subscribe and leave a podcast review – it helps other parents find the podcast!Share this mini episode with your network, colleagues, clients and other corporate partners, especially if you’re also passionate about advocating for more inclusive business spaces and programming for primary caregivers.Thanks for listening, take care of yourself and your family.------------------------------------CONNECT WITH USWe’re always happy to hear from you! Email: contact@mixingbabiesandbusiness.comLearn more about #mixingbabiesandbusiness:For parents interested in 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/
RECAP: My name is Amy Lynch and I'm the host and producer of the Mixing Babies And Business™ Podcast. Since August 2020, I've steadily chugged along, interviewing 10 guests and producing over 30 episode, across two seasons.My work has been selected as one of Future of Good‘s Top 100 Recovery Projects in Canada in 2020, you can learn more and vote for my project (of which this podcast is part of) at the link!ABOUT SEASON 2Episode 15 with Amy Lynch: Introduction to Season 2Episodes 16–18 with Sheena Brady and Solange Tuyishime: A parent and Founder and CEO of Tease Tea, Founder & Co-Owner of Founders Fund; and a parent and President and CEO of Elevate International, Co-Founder of Naylah’s Legacy and Mrs. Canada World 2021, respectively.Episodes 19–21 with Devon Fiddler: A Cree parent from the Waterhen Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan, Chief Changemaker of SheNative Goods Inc.Episodes 22–24 with Heather Payne: A parent and CEO of Juno College, formerly HackerYou, Founder of Ladies Learning Code, since re-branded to Canada Learning Code.Episodes 25–27 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.Episodes 28–30 with Steve Folland: A parent, video and audio creator and the founder of Being Freelance and co-host of the Doing It For The Kids Podcast.My DIY Podcast Workflow: Overview of the tools and tech I use, for more detail visit https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-diy-podcast-designed-spread-message-amy-lynch/I hope each mini episode helps you feel less alone during these times.The podcast is on a break over the summer, stay tuned for Season 3!Thanks for listening, take care of yourself and your family.------------------------------------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 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/
PT 3: Our conversation is split into three parts – in our third and final episode, we talk about what he's learned along the way as a parent and freelancer, the types of professional development he's pursued over the past year and what he hopes the future may hold for his kids.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: What he wishes someone would have told him before becoming a parentScheduling time off for yourself, as you would as an employeeTreating yourself like a business when you're a freelancerThe kind of professional development he's pursued during the pandemicMaking time to do non-business related thingsLearning new skills and trying out different workflows What he hopes the future may hold for his kidsHobbies we want to keep doing after the pandemicThanks 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/
PT 2: Our 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/
PT 1: The 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/
PT 3: Our 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/
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