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Enterpreneurship

The Startup Pregnant Podcast

Sarah K Peck: Startup Advisor, Entrepreneur, and Parent

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Leadership, Business, Parenting. The Startup Pregnant Podcast features interviews with pioneering women entrepreneurs, exceptional leaders, and new parents as they navigate what it takes to grow families and build companies. We ask deep human questio...Show More
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56:33 | Feb 18th

#101 — Wait, Motherhood Makes You Better at Work? How will motherhood change me? Will I be different? Will I end up on the “mommy track” and never want to work again? These are questions that people ask themselves when they start thinking about getti...Show More

31:52 | Jul 29th

#124 — Summer Break? Where Do the Kids Go While Their Parents Work and Other Thoughts On Summertime Summer break. As a child there was no sweeter words in the English language. With its promises of long, warm, lazy, school-free days, summer break wa...Show More
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23:35 | Jul 22nd

#123 — How to Focus When You Feel Totally Overwhelmed or Unclear You wake up in the morning, look at your to-do list, and find that you have 27 things on it. Then throughout the day, somehow projects just keep unfolding and expanding in front of you...Show More

24:30 | Jul 15th

#122 — How to Win More Business, Make More Friends, and Get More Money, aka: How to Listen Better What happens when we listen fully? Without interjecting with our own opinions or experiences? Without asserting a best possible outcome or stating fact...Show More

58:34 | Jul 8th

#121 — Redefining Startup Success: Shutting Down A Lucrative Startup  What happens when your vision of success changes while you're building a wildly "successful" company? Allie Siarto built an incredibly successful company by all of today’s metrics...Show More

52:23 | Jul 1st

#120 — Beyond Mom: Exploring and Nourishing Our Non-Mother Selves  What does it look like to take your work from the corporate world to the freelance world and begin the path of entrepreneurship? How do you take the piecemeal career acquired from ma...Show More

59:37 | Jun 24th

#119 — The Myth of Equal Partnership in Parenting Why is it that the burden of childcare, children and the home is so unequally dumped on women's shoulders? Where did this come from? Why is it happening and what can we do about it? Women have fought ...Show More

56:11 | Jun 17th

#118 — If You Work Hard Enough You Can Do Anything, Except Get Pregnant: A Journey Through Infertility What happens when the medical establishment ignores your concerns, complaints and symptoms? When your doctor tells you everything is normal even t...Show More

1:13:49 | Jun 10th

#117 — Ambitious Entrepreneurship + Parenthood: When Two Moms Co-Found a Startup  What happens when you and your co-founder are both mothers? Can you modify your work schedule without altering your ambition? What type of project is worthy of your pre...Show More

1:00:39 | Jun 3rd

#116 — Crossing the Threshold to Motherhood: Ceremony, Ritual, and Healing Rites of Passage How do you prepare for birthing another child when your first birth experience was traumatic? Can new mothers be realistically expected to process and integra...Show More

59:03 | May 27th

#115 — The Myths of Miscarriage, The Lean In Fallacy, and Mothers’ Rage What happens when you get pregnant as you are trying to launch a podcast about bias in the workplace against mothers? Why is the dominant cultural story about miscarriage and fe...Show More

49:40 | May 20th

#114 — From Unexplained Infertility to Planning a Small Business Maternity Leave How can or should entrepreneurship change in order to meet our changing life needs? What does it look like to be a business owner as a person without children versus one...Show More

48:20 | May 13th

#113 — How to Raise Successful Children: Trust and Respect in Parenting, School, and Business Why is so much parenting advice seemingly in direct conflict with others? How do we determine who is correct? How do we make these emotional decisions for o...Show More

1:08:45 | May 6th

#112 — Universal Paid Family Leave By 2020: Meet One of the Women Pushing for Our Rights Why is the United States the only developed nation without any guaranteed family leave? How did we fall so far behind Europe, Canada and South America? And who i...Show More

59:14 | Apr 29th

#111 — Data Driven Parenting: An Economist on Breastfeeding, Sleep Training, and Vaccinations Why is so much parenting advice seemingly in direct conflict with others? How do we determine who is correct? How do we make these emotional decisions for o...Show More

44:15 | Apr 22nd

#110 — Redefining Motherhood: Matrescence and Debunking the Myth of the Perfect Mother What do we call women who experience emotions ranging from completee joy to anxiety to ambivalence in new motherhood? In the words of Dr. Alexandra Sacks: totally...Show More

58:04 | Apr 15th

#109 — Co-founders Elena Rue and Catherine Orr on being pregnant at the same time The two co-founders were both already parents. They’d done the pregnancy thing before. Then they found out they both were pregnant again, and at the same time. Elena R...Show More

1:04:40 | Apr 8th

#108 — Optimizing your fertility as the gateway to healing your body As young women, we’re taught about our menstrual cycle in relationship to two things: our periods and pregnancy. In an attempt to avoid pregnancy, fix irregular cycles, or alter hea...Show More

57:42 | Apr 1st

#107 — April Preview: Amy Schumer, Women and Doctors, and Being the Expert of Your Body This week Sarah and guest Cary Fortin break down some of the most powerful takeaways from recent podcast guests and what we’re looking forward to in April. We cov...Show More

47:20 | Mar 25th

#106 — Healing from Trauma and Grief: One Woman’s Journey and Story At six years old, Iman Gatti witnessed her father brutally murder her mother. Her father was sentenced to 25 years in prison and Iman, now parentless, spent the next twelve years in...Show More

51:06 | Mar 18th

#105—Disruption: Managing Your Career Whenever I feel stuck or I’m looking for a mentor, career-wise, one of my favorite things to do is to identify people whose careers I really admire, and watch them from afar. I study how they work, what they’ve d...Show More

58:03 | Mar 11th

#104 — The First Weeks of Parenting: What Nobody Tells You Why is it that so many parenting books begin with some version of this little, deceptive, awful phrase? They all say this one dang thing: After the first few weeks... But what about THE FIRS...Show More

1:03:28 | Mar 4th

#103 — How To Hire A Nanny Why is childcare so overwhelming? Childcare can be so hard! When I started looking for a nanny after my second son was born, I didn’t know how to begin thinking about the search. I reached out to a friend—who is also an ama...Show More

17:58 | Feb 25th

#102 — It’s not you, it’s February. My husband and I have a joke every year that it’s not you—it’s February. February can be rough, especially for people in the Northern Hemisphere when winter, doldrums, lack of sunlight, and all-around slushiness se...Show More

39:27 | Feb 14th

#100 — What I've Learned From Recording 100 Episodes of the Podcast It surprised me that we’re here at the hundredth episode. I couldn’t have told you back in the early summer of 2017, when I began to brainstorm the idea for a podcast, that this show...Show More

51:21 | Feb 11th

#099 — From Music and Brain Scientist to Brand New Career with Christine Koh Christine Koh has a fascinating backstory: previously, she was a music and brain scientist who was on track to become a professor after a long career in science. Then, she l...Show More

21:44 | Feb 7th

#098 — Entrepreneurship, motherhood, and figuring it all out What does it take to be a parent and an entrepreneur in today’s work world? It takes a lot—and it takes a village. Today I talk about the Wise Women’s Council, our nine-month mastermind pr...Show More

18:24 | Feb 4th

#097 — Baby Update: Welcome Back, Sarah It’s been about four months since I gave birth to my baby boy, and now we’ve got two littles in our household. A toddler and a baby and a business is a handful, for sure. I’m slowly getting back into the studi...Show More

1:03:06 | Jan 28th

#096 — The Science of Personality and Why It Matters for Your Business  Personality science is a fascinating discipline. That’s why most of us know our DiSC profile, our Myers-Briggs type, and even our Hogwarts House. We want to understand how we ar...Show More

53:29 | Jan 21st

#095 — Creating ‘Mantras in Motion’ as a Dancer, Teacher, and Entrepreneur Mantras can be powerful in helping us reprogram our thinking. Yet, many of us have a hard time making them stick. So, how do we rewire our brains to make affirmations part of...Show More

54:17 | Jan 14th

#094 — Trauma, Sex, and Somatic Experiencing: How to Better Understand Birth and the Postpartum Periods It seems obvious that sustaining a wound the size of a dinner plate would merit extensive physical therapy and a long period of rest and healing....Show More

1:00:40 | Jan 7th

#093 — Not Your Typical Schedule: Lean into Business Freedom Part of the appeal of entrepreneurship is the freedom to set our own schedules. Yet many of us fall into the trap of keeping traditional hours, feeling obligated to fill our days with eigh...Show More

29:56 | Dec 31st, 2018

#092 — New Year’s Annual Reflection Process The holiday season serves as an ideal time to take a CEO Day—a structured space and time you set aside to dream, to plan, to dig into the work you want to do in the coming year. I have developed an annual ...Show More

1:06:00 | Dec 24th, 2018

#091 — From Doctor to CEO: A New Vision for Healthcare Our current healthcare system focuses on the disease, rather than the person. A patient spends a few minutes with a doctor, and then they’re handed a stack of prescriptions that address their sy...Show More

1:07:13 | Dec 17th, 2018

#090 — Rainbow Babies When we invite life into our lives, we also invite death. Though stillbirth is fairly common (impacting about 1 in 100 pregnancies in the US) it is a painful topic of conversation. But Christine McAlister likes talking about Ma...Show More

1:04:15 | Dec 10th, 2018

#089 — Mom Life, With Cancer: You’re Not Dead! There are two contrasting narratives around cancer: We hear stories of survivors who beat the disease. And then we hear stories of people who are on their deathbeds. In reality, there is a much greater ...Show More

1:05:43 | Dec 3rd, 2018

#088 — Building An Online Community That Works  “At its bare minimum, what Chairman Mom is combating is loneliness and isolation. We all know that is the biggest problem in our country right now and the biggest casualty of the trillion-dollar social...Show More

17:43 | Nov 29th, 2018

#087 — Birth as a Portal: An Invitation   We know that pregnancy and childbirth is a time of profound transformation for women. Beyond the physical changes we experience, giving birth affords the opportunity to let go of our past selves and emerge a...Show More

54:22 | Nov 26th, 2018

#086— Prepping for Maternity Leave We live in a society that pressures us to do more, a cult of busyness if you will. In our holiday letters, we brag about how hectic our lives are, and as women, we have a much harder time experiencing leisure and p...Show More

50:40 | Nov 19th, 2018

#085 — The Fatigue is REAL At 33 weeks, I am dealing with a serious case of pregnancy insomnia. My Fitbit reports that I slept for 2:45 last night, and I was restless for 4:20. I feel like I’ve been hit by a truck. Pregnant women and new moms deal w...Show More

24:03 | Nov 15th, 2018

#084 — Making Friends: A Few Helpful Strategies Sure, you know a LOT of people. But how many of those people do you consider true friends? Who would you really feel comfortable calling on in a crisis? Maintaining meaningful friendships as adults can...Show More

52:02 | Nov 12th, 2018

#083 — Cultivating Adult Female Friendships If you are working parent, chances are that career and family dominate your time and attention. Yet we all know the immense value of cultivating friendships with other women who share similar circumstances...Show More

54:23 | Nov 5th, 2018

#082 — The Friendship Series: Doing Less in Business If your business could only do one thing, what would it be? In planning for my second pregnancy, I thought about how to design a business in Startup Pregnant that would serve my life as an expecta...Show More

45:37 | Nov 1st, 2018

#081 — Honest Conversations About the Hard Things With Co-Host Cary Fortin Deep female friendships are one of the greatest blessings of my life. But I didn’t really have meaningful friendships with other women until my late 20’s. Then I discovered w...Show More

54:11 | Oct 29th, 2018

#080 — Caffeine, Alcohol, and Television: What’s True? — Episode 080 Conventional wisdom—and most official recommendations—tell us that we must abstain entirely from coffee and alcohol for the duration of pregnancy to avoid very serious consequences...Show More

30:40 | Oct 22nd, 2018

#079 — Fostering a Community of Breastfeeding & Pumping Mamas ‘Breastfeeding can be really challenging and really isolating. The onus for us is that what makes it easier is … being connected to other women and other mothers who’ve been there.’  Like...Show More

47:08 | Oct 15th, 2018

#078 — Loving Yourself, Mental Health, Starting a Business We all have things we hide about ourselves. Things we are afraid of sharing. Things we need to ‘come out’ about. Learning to love yourself is a process, and for Mason Aid, it began when they ...Show More

38:45 | Oct 8th, 2018

#077 — A Kind of Freedom It takes a great deal of courage to leave a lucrative career that feeds your self-esteem for an uncertain future—especially if it takes years for the new venture to pay off financially. How do you learn to live in faith over...Show More

52:12 | Oct 1st, 2018

Episode #076 — Hacking Parenting, Mindfully & Intentionally  Motherhood is wildly unpredictable, and it is easy to feel incompetent if your baby doesn’t behave the way the parenting books promised. How do you learn to live in the moment and accept t...Show More

47:10 | Sep 24th, 2018

#075 — Transitioning Back to Work After a Career Break If you’ve taken a career break to raise children, reentering the workforce can be a challenge. Though motherhood is arguably the most difficult—and important—job on the planet, it isn’t a paid p...Show More

47:28 | Sep 17th, 2018

#074 — Operating Best Practices + Systems Manual for House and Home Renée Warren was depleted and depressed. She had a terrible relationship with her husband and felt little connection to her two boys. What WAS working in her life? The PR agency she...Show More

1:01:11 | Sep 10th, 2018

#073 — Building the Courage Habit There’s nothing wrong with fear in and of itself. The problem is when we respond with fear-based habits like perfectionism or self-sabotage and get stuck in our fear. Kate Swoboda has built her coaching practice on ...Show More

16:09 | Sep 3rd, 2018

#072 — Journaling For Clarity If you’re chewing on a tough problem, journaling is one way to get clear on how to proceed. There is something astonishing about how quickly the insights come when I take the time to put words to paper. But it can be di...Show More

49:06 | Aug 27th, 2018

#071 — Meditation and Mindfulness Anna Gannon was 7½ months pregnant when she lost a job she loved as a full-time yoga teacher. She had struggled with depression off and on for most of her life, and Anna was worried that her precarious emotional sta...Show More

10:45 | Aug 20th, 2018

#070 — What Surprised Me Most About Parenting No one ever told me that ________ would happen in pregnancy. No one ever told me ________ about parenting. Without a doubt, you have multiple responses to these fill-in-the-blank prompts. And when I aske...Show More

56:19 | Aug 13th, 2018

#069 — The Power of Sisterhood Nisha Moodley came to understand the power of sisterhood by accident. She started a group coaching program simply because she was out of one-on-one slots and something magical happened: The women involved experienced p...Show More

33:26 | Aug 6th, 2018

#068 — How I Launched the Mastermind + Lessons Learned The first pillar of Startup Pregnant involves the podcast interviews I do every week with exceptional women, and if nothing else grew from this venture it would still be MORE than worth it to le...Show More

49:01 | Jul 30th, 2018

#067 — Finding Your Artistic Voice As A Mother  ‘My artistic voice has emerged stronger and more clear than ever—more centered in the voice of a mother and a female, really coming from within with an agenda. This I only have because of my kids. It f...Show More

15:10 | Jul 23rd, 2018

#066 — Morning Routines There is a lot of noise on the interwebs around creating the perfect morning routine. But here’s the thing about being a parent: There is no such thing as ‘routine.’ The demands placed on you by the tiny human in your life are...Show More

40:01 | Jul 16th, 2018

#065 — Planning Ahead for Maternity Leave as an Entrepreneur Planning for maternity leave is a challenge for any working mother. But if you’re an entrepreneur, it’s all on you to figure out just how to keep the business moving forward—as your focus ...Show More

15:00 | Jul 9th, 2018

#064 — Mental Health Toolkit Life is an emotional roller coaster, and resilience is about handling the ups and downs without being swept away. Pregnancy and parenting present a brand-new set of challenges, and it’s incredibly valuable to have a ment...Show More

52:22 | Jul 2nd, 2018

#063 — Changing Your Life In Four Minutes How do you do self-care as the mother of five? How do you do self-care as a mother of five who happens to be running her own business? How do you do self-care as a mother of five, running her own business AN...Show More

36:26 | Jun 25th, 2018

#062 — Building a Postpartum Support Team & Roadmap to Recovery The sad and scary truth is that postpartum care in the US is abysmal. In other countries, new mothers are provided with four to eight physical therapy sessions and their healing is monit...Show More

47:42 | Jun 18th, 2018

#061 — Postpartum Recovery: Healing the Body, Being an Athlete Before + After Pregnancy If you’re a new mom and an athlete, it can be tempting to hit the trail or the gym asap after the six-week checkup. You want to regain a sense of normalcy and wor...Show More

31:05 | Jun 11th, 2018

#060 — Why to Join a Mastermind (And How to Start Your Own) It’s tough enough for entrepreneurs to carry the psychological weight of being the key decision-maker in their business, but things are further complicated if you also happen to be a new pa...Show More

44:09 | Jun 4th, 2018

#059 — Postpartum Recovery: Healing, Being a New Mom, and Nutritional Health We place a lot of emphasis on planning for the perfect birth and making sure that our bodies are healthy during pregnancy. But what do we need to recover after the baby arr...Show More

16:18 | May 28th, 2018

#058 — Differences Of Opinion Put two people in a room together for any length of time, and you’re going to encounter differences of opinion. Engage in any partnership—business, personal or parent-child—and differing experiences will eventually mani...Show More

58:31 | May 21st, 2018

#057 — A See-What-Sticks Approach to Product Development & Parenting ‘It’s okay to just try something and see where it goes and see where it sticks, and it doesn’t have to be perfect when you launch it into the world. It’s never going to be perfect....Show More

10:33 | May 14th, 2018

#056 — Honoring Mother’s Day  Following Mother’s Day, I’d like to take a moment to honor the profound experience that is parenting—the unparalleled demands on your time, the general nonstop-ness of it all. Being a mom is overwhelming in the best way...Show More

46:21 | May 7th, 2018

#055 — Fitting Your Business Around Your Life People will tell you that the early days of your startup will require 80-hour work weeks, that you won’t see your friends and family. But here’s the thing: You always have a choice. If there’s 80 hours-w...Show More

18:25 | May 2nd, 2018

#054 — Connection, Friendship and Kindred Spirits If you’re busy with work, busy with your kids, busy with life—it can be tough to prioritize friendship. And social media complicates things by making it seem like you’re in touch when you’re not actu...Show More

50:15 | Apr 30th, 2018

#053 — Masterminds, Creative Risks and the Fuck It List Positive psychology asks us to focus on what’s right with us. What are your strengths? What are your values? What do you want? But what if you’re not sure what’s right with you? We all have bui...Show More

11:24 | Apr 25th, 2018

#052 — It's Okay If Your Baby Cries The sound of your baby crying? It’s intense. And when it’s your first child, chances are instinct has you scrambling to get to your kiddo immediately and take care of whatever it is that ails them. But here’s the ...Show More

53:39 | Apr 23rd, 2018

#051 — Postpartum Depression, Daycare and Whether or Not to Be a Parent What if you’re doing everything right—exercising, eating right, self-care and meditation—and you’re still not okay? After Kathleen Shannon gave birth to her son, Fox, she was do...Show More

12:06 | Apr 18th, 2018

#050 — Your Body "I can’t wait to get my body back." We have complex relationships with our bodies. Women harbor certain expectations and assumptions about what our bodies are supposed to look like and what they are capable of. And it can be tough to...Show More

55:56 | Apr 16th, 2018

#049 — High-Risk Pregnancy and the Mind-Body Connection You don’t know Murphy’s Law until you’ve heard the story of Parijat Deshpande’s high-risk pregnancy. After being diagnosed with endometriosis, Parijat and her husband sought out a specialist an...Show More

09:47 | Apr 11th, 2018

#048 — Within Your Control: An Exercise We all know the importance of goal-setting. Clearly defining your objectives is key to achievement. But the way you frame those goals matters. Choosing targets that aren’t within your control (like getting pre...Show More

47:39 | Apr 9th, 2018

#047 — Starting Your Own Coaching Practice If you aren’t satisfied with the available options, Michelle Florendo suggests that you explore possibilities beyond the obvious. Michelle was working as a management consultant, watching her colleagues mak...Show More

15:47 | Apr 4th, 2018

#046 — 3 Essential Postpartum Lists The first days and weeks after bringing home baby are tough. Postpartum You may seem all peaceful and serene to friends and family who stop by, but they don’t have the slightest idea just how overwhelmed you reall...Show More

22:49 | Apr 2nd, 2018

#045 — Life Happens  Despite our best efforts to be prepared, life happens. Case in point, I planned a trip to be there for my sister during her birth, but Baby was working on his own timeline and had yet to arrive at the end of my scheduled week in...Show More

10:21 | Mar 28th, 2018

#044 — How We Break (And Build) Our Habits So you’ve gotten off track and you want to make a change—in your eating habits, your exercise regime, or maybe implementing a daily practice like journaling. Sweeping transformation is rarely effective and ...Show More

1:07:38 | Mar 26th, 2018

#043 — Real Food for Pregnancy ‘What I like to do is reverse-engineer a prenatal diet from the context of getting most of—if not all of—your nutrients from the food itself.’ The problem with conventional policy and food guidelines? They simply don’t...Show More

10:02 | Mar 21st, 2018

#042 — All the Single Ladies   With choice comes revolutionary change. As women have experienced an ‘expansion of options’ in terms of marriage and family, there are a growing number of single ladies. As of 2009, less than 50% of American women were ...Show More

42:51 | Mar 19th, 2018

#041 — Designing Your Vision, Mission and Values Few of us would set off on a road trip without a GPS. Yet many online entrepreneurs hang up their shingle without a clear idea of what they stand for or who they want to serve. After a couple of consu...Show More

14:48 | Mar 14th, 2018

#040 — 4 Ways to Get Better at Saying No  There is power in the word NO, just ask any toddler! But if you’re anything like me, the disease to please often leads to a default YES—or at least a MAYBE. Problem is, that results in total overwhelm and re...Show More

1:03:36 | Mar 12th, 2018

#039 — Hiring Team Members (and Clients) Who Are the Right Fit How can you be sure you’re hiring the right person? Or that you really want to work with a particular client, for that matter? Val Geisler has learned the hard way, by giving contractors...Show More

13:44 | Mar 7th, 2018

#038 — Breaking Down The Writing Process The pressure to be perfect can stop us from putting our ideas on paper—or screen, as the case may be. But if you follow Tara Gentile’s wisdom and reframe your writing as the beginning of a conversation that i...Show More

1:06:21 | Mar 5th, 2018

#037 — Putting Your Mission Back In The Driver's Seat  With Tara Gentile  Rebranding your business is a risk, especially if what you’re doing is still making money. How can you be sure it’s time to shake up the status quo and shift your focus? Tara ...Show More

39:10 | Feb 26th, 2018

#036 — Race, Social Justice and Political Branding with Tepsii If you don’t use your voice to share your experience, to call out prejudice and promote social justice, are you part of the problem? Tepsii contends that you are, and she is in the proce...Show More
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0:00 | Feb 26th, 2018

#036 — Race, Social Justice and Political Branding with Tepsii If you don’t use your voice to share your experience, to call out prejudice and promote social justice, are you part of the problem? Tepsii contends that you are, and she is in the proce...Show More

45:06 | Feb 19th, 2018

#035 — Ask For The Damn Sale with Tepsii To do your best work for clients, you have to be taken care of yourself. Yet so many entrepreneurs struggle with asking for the sale. We hide. We play small. We fail to follow up. Tepsii understands the ongoin...Show More

45:19 | Feb 12th, 2018

#034 — Truthbombs on Parenting, Entrepreneurship and Pleasure with Danielle LaPorte “They’re not yours. They are their own soul, and you get the honor of caring for them. They’re their own person, and it is not their job to please you in any way, sha...Show More

24:10 | Feb 5th, 2018

#033 — Revolutionizing Parental Leave with a Workplace Advocate With Tracy Candido and Karina Mangu-Ward Becoming a parent is a transformative experience. And an ideal parental leave policy would offer support before, during and after your time off. ...Show More

48:33 | Jan 29th, 2018

#032 — Imago, Infertility and 50/50 Parenting with Tracy Candido and Karina Mangu-Ward “[The fertility struggle] was hard for us both, but it was hard for us together. We were able to kind of knit our relationship, and knit our sorrow and our eventua...Show More

58:46 | Jan 22nd, 2018

#031 — Taking a Maternity Leave When You Run Your Own Business with Stacey Trock Any entrepreneur will tell you that stepping away from your business for a full year is not really an option. So how do you design a maternity leave that works for you—...Show More

50:29 | Jan 15th, 2018

#030 — Motherhood, Tech Startups and Giving Up Control with Sara Mauskopf of Winnie  Motherhood can be a real revelation for those of us with Type A personalities. As much as we would like to control our own destiny and schedule our lives according ...Show More

47:15 | Jan 8th, 2018

#029 — Unifying Work and Family with Amber Anderson of MORE There are women who pursue entrepreneurship because they have a creative vision to change the world. And then there are women who pursue entrepreneurship because they have to. Amber Anderso...Show More

55:05 | Jan 1st, 2018

#028 — Learning to Drop the Ball with Author and Activist Tiffany Dufu If you’re still trying to figure out how to do it all—to be great mom, a great wife, and a great employee—and you’re starting to realize that it just isn’t possible, it may be ti...Show More

50:43 | Dec 25th, 2017

#027 — Reframing the Unexpected as Opportunity with Logz.io VP of Sales Bridget Gleason  The one thing Bridget Gleason knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, was that she wanted to be a stay-at-home mom, providing her kids and her family with an incredibl...Show More

38:22 | Dec 18th, 2017

#026 – Infertility, Invisibility with Anne Do you want to be a mother? When was the first time you were asked this question? For Anne, it was at the age of six. And so much of a woman’s identity is tied up in her answer to this question. Anne wasn’t ...Show More