Meg Brunson, multi-passionate mama and former Facebook employee shares tips on how to provide a better life for her family through entrepreneurship.
Our guest today is Meg Brunson.
Meg is a multi-passionate mama living in Phoenix, AZ with her husband and 4 young daughters. She is a serial entrepreneur and a former Facebook employee, striving to provide a better life for her family through entrepreneurship.
She is the founder of EIEIO Marketing, the host of the FamilyPreneur Podcast, and recently helped her 10 year old launch her first business.
In this episode, you'll enjoy:
-You'll learn how Meg started her business and her motivation for becoming an entrepreneur.
-Meg's tips for teaching your children critical thinking skills.
-How she and her daughter drilled down to find the perfect value statement that created Story Time with Kiki: Story Time with Kiki
-The importance of the calendar in managing a busy household with kids.
-How Meg and her husband support their girl's passion for learning.
-Meg's strong passion for helping kids set and achieve their goals.
-Using setbacks and challenges as a way to help kids be resourceful and resilient.
-And, hey, we all need a good resource for relaxing!
She's on Twitter: @themegbrunson, Instagram: themegbrunson and Pinterest: themegbrunson
Her facebook is:
Meg Brunson on Facebook
She's the editor at: Phoenix Kids Out and About
And Kiki's website is: Story Time with Kiki
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What sparks joy for Meg:
Her kids "those happy moments, their smiles and giggles" The freedom of working from home and being able to spend spontaneous moments with the kids while pursuing her entrepreneurial dreams.
"We should be paving additional paths for our children."
"Drill down to the thing you know the best and find the value proposition within that knowledge."
"Turn their questions back on your kids. Get them to explore the question themselves."
"If you are passionate about it, I really believe you can make it happen."
"I'm going to have those good resources. I'm just going to have to build them out myself!"