So, you will notice that I talk a lot about podcasts, audiobooks, and other great sources of information that are out there for all to consume.
Michael and I literally spend hours tossing around marketing ideas, talking through goals both personal and business, and talking about the latest podcast we listened to. I love thinking of growing a business online and what that would look like.
I just have one question.
Where are all the other moms and girls out there that have these same interests?
I know they are out there. I’m not saying everyone has to be like me, I understand many are not. Surely though there are more of us with entrepreneurial desires than are speaking up.
I know there are titles geared toward entrepreneurial moms, but for some reason they make me squirm. I simply want to be a wife and mom that loves being an active part of brining in our income as a family.
I also want to put my skills, interests, and abilities to good use. I want to stretch my creative muscles, if you will.
Marriage and Business
Honestly, being interested in business has brought great unity to our marriage and truthfully I am a better mom because of it! My creative outlets are being fulfilled and the parts of me that aren’t a mom are able to be expressed.
I also love being an active member of our business. I know this isn’t for everyone, but for Michael and I, it brings such excitement and life. We dream together, we talk about our future goals and how to reach them, we cling to each other when times get tough, and together we figure out a way to make it work.
Providing for our family is not soley his responsibility or mine. We are a team, and when two individuals are working together, their strength is multiplied exponentially!
Because this is a topic near and dear to my heart and because I love sharing cool resources that changed my life, I want to mention a resource that has meant a lot to Michael and me. It’s an audio product called Living, Loving, and Working by Dan and Joanne Miller.
It is their story of how they have found unity, love, and fulfillment while working together on their business. I especially enjoyed hearing Joanne’s perspective as a wife and mother who took a great active and healthy role in helping bring in an income and being an active participant in their business.
In fact, here is one of her blog posts which I really enjoy!
Question: Have you found support on your entrepreneurial ventures?