#019: Drafting Your Business Support Team AKA Family

podcast May 02, 2019

Inspiration from this Episode:


“At various times, almost every Mompreneur has struggled with this. It is always harder and more time consuming, and slower to bear fruit when were starting a business.”


“Inevitably things change the way a family functions, when mom is starting a business or launching a business, scaling a business or just running a business day to day.”


“There is so much benefit to just being around other entrepreneurs.”

019 | The Mompreneur Experience: Drafting Your Business Support Team



On today’s episode, we talk all about how to draft the support team that you need and want for your business. We don’t need to look far outside the home to find what we need most when it comes to balancing a family and a business.


We often forget how crucial true and honest support is when we are trying to start, scale or even just run a business. We dive into the steps that you need to...

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How to Start an At-Home Business

As a mom, you love your kids. In the beginning, you do everything for them both out of necessity and out of love. As your kids age and become more independent, they rely less on you (except when they fall down, they still need their owies kissed). They start to use the restroom by themselves and even declare themselves a “big kid” when they begin to dress themselves. As your kids grow up, you as a mom begin to think what else you can do with your extra time. You begin to think about becoming a mompreneur and starting an at-home business.


I’m Camilla-Jean, and my specialty is helping moms like you start their own home business for moms. My job is to help you get your gifts out to the world, discover your dreams, and get your home business for moms off the ground. I offer one-on-one online business coaching for moms, as well as a Mompreneur Experience Academy where you can take online business courses and meet with me once a week for question and answer...

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How to Become a Mompreneur

If you’ve been at stay-at-home mom for a while now, you may be itching to get back into the workforce, to have a career, and to do something outside of changing diapers and driving your kids to and from soccer practice. In fact, you may even have started searching job boards and posted your resume. But nothing has stuck out because, quite frankly, you are first and foremost a mom, and you want the freedom to be a mom at a moment’s notice, such as when your son is sick, or your daughter hurts herself on the playground.


I’m Camilla-Jean, and I help moms just like you become successful mompreneurs, running their own businesses. I can teach you from start to finish how to discover your idea, or make your idea come true. I offer one-on-one coaching or a Mompreneur Mastermind Experience that gives you the tools you need to succeed. Below, I’ll discuss what exactly is a mompreneur and a little bit about how to get started. Contact me today!



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#018: Mentor Interview With Lumina Gershfield Cordova

podcast Apr 29, 2019


Inspiration from this Episode:

Align my Strengths Worksheet


Being a Mompreneur is learning to weed stuff out, and then saying yes to the things that matter most.


Make time to rest and connect—or do yoga and meditate. Make time for all the things that were really important to you.


018 | The Mompreneur Experience: Mentor Interview with Lumina Gershfield Cordova




Today, on the show I’m chatting with Lumina Gershfield Cordova. She’s a licensed K through 12 art teacher, certified in early childhood education, and she's a Kundalini yoga teacher. She teaches children and families radiant child yoga, which is a children's Kundalini yoga taught with the Montessori principles.


Her husband, Rene, is also a Kundalini yoga teacher, and he’s an accountant. They live in Boston, Massachusetts with their two young children, practicing yoga, meditation and mindfulness every single day. Together all four of them are...

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#017: The Role Your Strengths Play in Your Business with Rhonda Delaney

podcast Apr 25, 2019


Inspiration from this Episode:


The more people you have in your world that are supporting you, the broader the experience, skillsets and information you're going to have access to.

A true leader understands is that every single person is unique and encourages them to be themselves.

Until you know your strengths, it's really hard to make a conscious effort to move in the right direction—for you.

017 | The Mompreneur Experience: Your Strengths’ Roles in Your Business with Rhonda Delaney

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Today on the podcast, I’m chatting with Rhonda Delaney. Rhonda was born in British Columbia, Canada and moved to the US in 1992. She's been married to her wonderful husband, Trevor, for 37 years. She also has 35 years of leadership knowledge in a wonderful 60 years of life experience and perspective.

When she was a young mother, she was creating teams and direct and network marketing industries and then once...

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#016: Mentor Interview with Angel Tuccy

podcast Apr 22, 2019

Inspiration from this Episode:


One thing that I want to be the best at and known for is just being a mom to my kids and being able to balance my personal life with my career.


What keeps me going is not wanting my kids to see me as a quitter or somebody who would just give up when things get hard.

016 | The Mompreneur Experience: Interview with Angel Tuccy



On today’s show, we have an amazing award-winning guest here with us. Angel Tuccy is a radio show host that has spent over a decade hosting shows and winning awards such as Best Talk Show Host three years in a row.


Angel is also a best-selling author of nine books, one of which is Lists That Save My Life. It reminded me that I can and should have structure in my life. It helped me very early on to survive each day and it gave me hope. From very early on, Angel has balanced work and family so well and makes it a top priority in everything.

What You’ll Learn in Today’s...

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#015: Moving Forward with Courage

podcast Apr 18, 2019

Inspiration from this Episode:

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It’s not that leaders are courageous, but that they respond with courage. It implies a choice that we make.


The validation process is really just a process of communicating, working with understanding and researching your ideal or optimal customer.


We all have a fear of being judged by people because we're not going to get it right the first time. We probably won’t!

015 | The Mompreneur Experience: Moving Forward with Courage



Today, we’re talking about something super fundamental and important to being an entrepreneur and especially a Mompreneur—courage. Courage is internal, deep down and a character trait that we may possess. Now it’s not always about being courageous, but rather responding to situations with courage. It’s about consciously making that choice to choose courage.



easy for us to all...

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#014: Mentor Interview with Melissa Kellogg Lueck

podcast Apr 15, 2019

Inspiration from this Episode:

I think what really drives me is that I believe each one of us was put here on purpose and for a purpose. That purpose is what drives me to not quit.


Being a Mompreneur shows my children and my family that the impossible is possible.


I joke that my life is like a house of cards and at any moment it could all come crashing down—and sometimes it does.

014 | The Mompreneur Experience: Interview with Melissa Kellogg Lueck



Today, we have a wonderful guest and Mompreneur, Melissa Kellogg Lueck. Melissa has been an entrepreneur for over 15 years and a Mompreneur for over 9 years. She got her start in the entrepreneur world during the internet boom as co-founder of an internet technology services firm.


She founded her latest venture, Avanti Creative Group in 2004. When her kids came along in 2009, she transitioned into content creation, writing and marketing services. She now teaches women in the real estate industry...

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#012: Mentor Interview with Angela Cody AKA Major Mom

podcast Apr 08, 2019

Mompreneur Inspiration:


There's so much less resistance when you're pursuing something that's truly based on your natural strengths.


When I latched on to my natural strengths, life got easier.


The average American spends 55 minutes a day looking for things that they know they own, but they can’t find them.

012 | The Mompreneur Experience: Interview with Angela Cody AKA Major Mom



Joining me in this episode is Angela Cody, founder and CEO of major mom. Angela has a pretty interesting background. She was in the U.S. Air Force for 13 years: eight years active and five years in the reserves, and then also four years in the Air Force ROTC.


She worked as a solo professional organizer for three years.


Then she had the vision for major mom and now her business in 2009 started the major mom training academy: training designed for people who want a career organizing homes.


Her nickname was Major Mom in the Air Force because she...

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How To Launch Your Mompreneur Journey 

without the Fear, Overwhelm and Self-Doubt