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Dawn Marrs & Traci Reuter ~ Making Marketing Fun and Profitable In A Social World!

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The Social Media Marketing Happy Hour Podcast hosted by Dawn Marrs & Traci Reuter is designed for the entrepreneur, solopreneur, small business owner and marketing leader who is ready to learn to leverage organic social media marketing, sales funnels, Facebook advertising and Instagram ads. Grow your email list, generate more leads and sales and just be more effective with your marketing. Each episode is jam packed with success tips & nuggets to help you succeed in your entrepreneurial journey.
 
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If you’re a mom on a family-focused career break, it may not feel like the time to set goals for yourself. It can even feel like the end of the big goals you’d previously set. But time out of the workforce is also an opportunity to build a more meaningful life that works for who you are today, the you with kids. Your career break doesn’t have to fe…
 
A family-driven career break can be the start of your next big thing. That was certainly the case for my guest on this week’s Money, Career & Motherhood podcast. Kathryn Wepfer was a highly accomplished working professional excited about her work, until the birth of her second child. When she was unable to extend her maternity leave after her secon…
 
Can’t decide if you should take a career break to stay home with your kids? You’re not alone. So many moms spend months, or even years, trying to decide if it’s the right thing to do. Maybe you’ve written a pros and cons list, talked endlessly to your spouse, and looked at your family budget, but it still doesn’t feel like you’re any closer to a de…
 
So many mothers are taking career breaks, but is one right for you? Maybe you were already at your max and considering a pause pre-Covid, and this just put you over the edge. Or perhaps you had never thought about one, but now find yourself on the wrong side of an unsolvable problem. The reasons a mother decides to take a career break are deeply pe…
 
How do you keep your kids busy all summer without breaking the bank? This week I walk through our kid-centered summer planning process that helps us minimize boredom and spending while maximizing kid and parent satisfaction! In this episode you’ll learn: How to get your kids involved in the summer planning process How to avoid hearing “I’m bored. W…
 
When I first met today’s guest, she said something that hit me hard. “There will always be a breakdown in childcare.” It’s true. This is why solutions for parents who take career breaks are so important to me. Even with flexible employers, things come up when you have kids. Sometimes the challenges are so great that parents, usually mothers, take c…
 
According to my guest Michelle Arpin Begina, there’s a very big difference between income and wealth. I couldn’t agree more. Too often families are caught up in a spending pattern to create an illusion of wealth, when in fact they’re struggling financially. In this week’s episode, I talk with Michelle about the complex relationship she developed wi…
 
Whether you’re searching for a new position while employed or looking to return to the workforce after an extended career break, it’s hard to break through the hundreds of other candidates looking competing for the same positions as you. Those returning from a career break have the added challenge of figuring out how to position themselves as a top…
 
There are 44.7 million Americans carrying a total of $1.71 trillion in student debt today. For many families, college feels impossible without a significant amount of debt, except for maybe superstar athletes or valedictorians who get scholarships. But many of the things we believe about the college application process are holding families back fro…
 
It seems like everyone wants to invest in real estate these days, but is it the right thing for your family? This week on the Money, Career & Motherhood podcast I had an opportunity to talk real estate investing, creating strong financial foundations for families, and navigating a career as a mother of four kids with Candice Bakx-Freisen. In this e…
 
Many women spend a long time thinking through the implications of a career break before they actually decide to take one. Then after it starts, they dive into non-work life without thinking about how to get back in, even though nearly 90% of women want to return at some point. While you can find a way back into the workforce later, the best time to…
 
How many decisions do you make over the course of one day? Most likely, more than you realize. In this week’s episode, I talk with Ashley Brown of Routine and Things about how establishing structured routines can help mothers improve their quality of life by eliminating unnecessary decisions and simplifying repetitive tasks. In this episode you’ll …
 
This week on the podcast I continue the conversation with Fradel Barber, financial advisor and CEO of World Financial Group about the relationship women have with money, the disconnect within the financial services industry, and how she is helping women become more financially empowered. In this episode you’ll learn: One of the biggest reasons many…
 
This week on the podcast I talk with entrepreneur, mentor, advisor, and CEO of World Financial Group (WFG) Fradel Barber. Fradel is a visionary within the industry and a true advocate for women in the financial services industry. We discuss Fradel’s unexpected path into financial services, how motherhood has improved her experience as a leader, and…
 
Too many adults are living lives where they feel like passive participants rather than the creators of their destiny. In this eye-opening discussion with Julie Lythcott-Haims about her new book, Your Turn: How to Be an Adult, we discuss the challenges many individuals face as they attempt to step into their adult life, the actions that caused a gen…
 
Through her transition from crisis management to time management coach, Anna Dearmon Kornick has learned how to create a customizable time management system that helps her clients align their time with what matters most in their life. We talk about the challenge Anna faced in transitioning from the reactive and always-on role of crisis management t…
 
School can be a challenge for kids who learn differently, have special needs, or have behavioral issues. My guests, Vickie Brett and Amanda Selogie, attorneys who specialize in specific civil rights issues on behalf of children living with special needs, discuss the challenges families can face in advocating for their children within the school sys…
 
Are you one of the many people who have thought, “If I just get to this level of income, things will get better,” only to find that once you reached your income goal things didn’t feel any different? How we feel about money is impacted by more than just our income level. Lindsay Bryan-Podvin, financial therapist and host of the Mind Money Balance p…
 
This is an encore episode that originally aired on June 2, 2020. Meal planning is a great way to save money by cooking more at home, but only if it works for your family! Too often busy moms try to meal plan but because of our ever-changing schedules, picky eaters, and little time to cook, it doesn’t work. Today we’re interviewing Marie Fiebach of …
 
What if rock bottom for your spouse meant your family must risk it all in hopes of getting them the care they need? Could you walk away from your comfortable life for them to get the help they need? Danielle Bettmann, wife, mother, parenting coach, podcast host and this week’s brave guest, is sharing her story as the wife of a husband who suffers f…
 
Does life ever feel like a little bit of history repeating itself? So often we see similar challenges in money, relationships and other family issues continue from one generation to the next. Many people go through their entire lives without recognizing the deeper issues fueling their money challenges. According to my guest Johanna Lynn, your famil…
 
So many families think they’re living the American Dream, until they want or need to make a change but can’t due to their finances. In the case of Stephanie Sims and her husband, they were living a great life and doing all the things they thought they should – like using their income to buy a bigger family home and new cars – until Stephanie wanted…
 
Many small businesses don’t want to spend the money on legal work until they know their business is going to stick. But what if the business is a success beyond your expectations, and the legal work you’ve put off puts the very existence of your business at risk? That’s exactly what happened to my guest, Asia Marie Woods. After growing a successful…
 
I hear time and time again from women who are not comfortable with the world financial planning, but who want to learn. Research shows that despite growth in income by women in recent years, many remain less confident in their finances than men. Sometimes women still leave the financial planning activities for their families to their spouse, but it…
 
As the #1 brand of breast pumps in the US, Medela is passionate about helping mothers achieve their personal breastfeeding goals. But the company is doing so much more than selling products to ensure moms’ success through its New Moms’ Healthy Returns program. Research shows that support structures for working mothers who pump to provide breast mil…
 
While on an extended maternity leave, Meg Staples found herself at a running event, frustrated by the lack of quality women’s athletic wear at affordable prices and inclusive sizes. Without any prior business experience, Meg used her textiles and design education to solve the problem through the business she’s founded, Her Tribe Athletics. In today…
 
So often mothers look at their career break as a significant negative to overcome when they look to return to the workforce. But in the case of Janis Powers, founder of the cutting edge start-up Longitudinal Health Care, it was so much more than that. By taking advantage of different developmental opportunities, Janis was able to return from her br…
 
National health spending accounted for 17.7% of U.S. GDP, and is projected to grow to nearly 20% by 2028. Are Americans getting what they’re paying for? According to my guest this week, Janis Powers, they’re not. Janis is the founder and CEO of Longitudinal Health Care and host of The Powers Report Podcast, where listeners get her unshackled, candi…
 
This episode originally aired July 2, 2020. We hope you enjoy this encore episode of our interview with Laurel Rutledge. Too many of us have accepted the stress and misery that comes with our careers. If you’re unhappy in your professional life, but feel like you need to stick it out because you think “This is what it feels like to be successful,” …
 
The way we work changed almost overnight when Covid hit. In the beginning, we thought the changes were temporary. But now, companies and individuals are adapting to a new normal, where remote work is permanent and change is constant. In this episode of The Money, Career & Motherhood Podcast I’m talking with Rebecca Scott, host of the Humans, Now an…
 
Did you know that most people will abandon their New Year’s Resolutions by the end of February? I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to kick of the New Year with resolution guilt! We’ve heard so much about setting SMART goals and including accountability, but today I’m talking about some of the other things we do in our family to set and reach …
 
Let’s be honest here – the idea of motherhood doesn’t always match the reality. Too many women have the professional wind knocked out of them after having their first child and realizing, “I can’t keep going the way I was before.” That was certainly the case for my guest on this week’s episode of The Money, Career & Motherhood Podcast. Raquel Kelle…
 
Have you ever heard the phrase start with the end in mind? For most of us I think the end parenting goal is to grow our children into happy, well-adjusted, self-sufficient adults. But when my guest Kelly Nault was a college counselor many of the young adults she met were anything but. And that lack of self-confidence that came from feelings of insu…
 
Have you noticed that it’s hard to make changes in your money habits? You seriously tell yourself that you’re really going to stick to the budget or stop spending this time. But without even noticing, your budget slides to the back burner and you’re back to your old spending ways. In this episode, we’re going to talk about the foundations for a hea…
 
Most of us recognize that the culture we grow up in has a significant impact on our beliefs and how we parent our own children. But what do we do when we want to instill beliefs different from those of our parents into our own children? In this episode, I’m talking with Christie Lazo, host of the Vida with Christie podcast about culture and finance…
 
Whether we mean to or not, we all project an image of who we are, both online and off. When looking for a job or trying to gain new clients, it’s often our online image – not us directly – that creates a first impression. This week I’m talking with Hilary Sutton about what personal branding really means, and the simple but often overlooked steps ev…
 
What do you do when you build the life you always had planned for yourself – the prominent career, active family, thriving social life, contributing community member – but it doesn’t feel the way you imagined it would? Instead of a sense of fullness you just feel overwhelmed and not in control of your time? What impact does this have on your family…
 
According to the recent Women in the Workplace 2020 report by McKinsey and LeanIn, 1 out of 4 women are considering a leave of absence or stepping out of the workforce at this time. COVID has placed working women under a greater burden of workload, stress, and risk. While there has been a lot of talk in the news about the impact of COVID on working…
 
It’s a challenging time to be in the workforce, particularly for many Millennials as they are vying for their first leadership positions in the midst of a challenging economic environment and a global pandemic. Join me for an eye-opening look at careers and life as a Millennial with Dr. Jennifer Wisdom, author of the Millennial’s Guide series and h…
 
Have you ever thought you’ll never be able to help your kid succeed in math because you’re just “not a math person”? Or maybe you suspect your kid is experiencing math anxiety and don’t really know what to do about it. Learn the truth about what a “math person” really is in my conversation with Allison Dillard, founder of Raise a Math Person and ho…
 
I hear time and time again from women who are not comfortable with the world financial planning, but who want to learn. Research shows that despite growth in income by women in recent years, many remain less confident in their finances than men. Sometimes women still leave the financial planning activities for their families to their spouse, but it…
 
We’re most likely to find our next job opportunity or client through our existing network, but growing and cultivating professional relationships in the time of COVID is challenging. That’s why I’m interviewing Janice Porter, LinkedIn strategist, networking coach, and host of the Relationships Rule Podcast to teach us how to develop relationships, …
 
Let’s be honest – We all procrastinate in one way or another. What does procrastinating look like for you? For some of us, it may be an activity that takes our focus away from the real work that needs to be done. For others, it’s decision avoidance. Solving your procrastination, regardless of what it looks like, requires a shift in mindset. In toda…
 
Never has there been a more chaotic time in the lives of many mamas! I know many of us…ahem, me…have thought once or twice lately that there’s no way to improve the efficiency and reduce the stress in our household because of all the things we have going on. But it’s possible! In today’s episode, I’m interviewing Laura Hernandez of Mama Systems. Wi…
 
In today’s episode I’m talking about career change, asking for what you want, and style with Bobbie Casalino-Lewis. Bobbie’s inspiring career led her to become one of the first women VPs at an all-male telecommunications firm working on Wall Street. After a successful career running the installation of trading rooms in places like the New York Futu…
 
Divorce can be painful and complex for anyone, but it often presents even greater challenges for women. According to research, women’s income drops significantly more than men’s after divorce. And because more women take family-driven career breaks to raise children, they are often the ones left struggling to figure out how they can meet the financ…
 
Divorce can be painful and complex for anyone, but it often presents even greater challenges for women. According to research, women’s income drops significantly more than men’s after divorce. And because more women take family-driven career breaks to raise children, they are often the ones left struggling to figure out how they can meet the financ…
 
Have you tried everything you can think of to support your struggling learner, yet they still struggle? In this episode, I’m talking with educational therapists and cohosts of the Learn Smarter Podcast, Rachel Kapp, and Stephanie Pitts. Educational therapy is different than tutoring because it focuses on helping students develop the strategies they…
 
Every mother out there right now is trying to make decisions when all of the options on the table are less than ideal between home, work, and school. This week, I continue the discussion we started last week to equip mothers with tools they need to make the tough decisions. While a probability impact matrix is used regularly in business and project…
 
Every mother out there right now is trying to make decisions when all of the options on the table are less than ideal between home, work, and school. In this episode, I talk with my friend and teacher Sarah Baxter about how she used a decision matrix to plan her course of action when her career and the educational needs of her son came into direct …
 
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