Welcome my friend!
Enjoy access to several podcast interviews and audios that I have created for you.
This is a great page to bookmark and come back to visit on days when you need a bit of encouragement after a hard day!
As a wife and mom to 7, I understand the challenges of trying to love my family well, while feeling overwhelmed and unfit for the job. But after being a mom for over 20 years, plus investing in a coaching certification, I have a toolbox full of simple, practical, and highly effective tools to share with you.
Grab a cup of tea or put on your walking shoes, and let's enjoy our time together.
The Mentor 4 Moms Podcast is now available on Soundcloud- click to listen below.
Here's my very FIRST podcast interview from 2014...
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I loved talking with Susan. We only scratched the surface of all her wisdom. Hope you are blessed by her insight.
What we talk about:
In this episode, Jessica sits down with speaker and author Susan Seay to talk about finding balance in your work, life, and relationships.
They discuss the freedom of finding your “good enough” line, the importance of defining your core values, and the dynamics of managing your home life, relationships, and business.
Whether you’re struggling to balance a home business with your responsibilities as a wife and mother or trying to balance any full-time work and launching a new dream, this episode is for you.
#YouMatter Podcast with Founder and Co-CEO Jessica Honegger. Saying yes to building a flourishing world through Noonday Collection, a business that creates real impact, and Noonday wants you to know that YOU matter.
Grab your cup of tea and your headphones!
Your dose of encouragement and connection is waiting for you.
Susan Seay not only manages the of being mom to seven children, she is also leverages those same skills in the marketplace.
You won't want to miss the incredibly actionable wisdom that you can start applying in your family AND business immediately!
Susan Seay is a mom of 7, who believes that life as a mom is a wild adventure and worth every grey hair.
She and her husband have built an amazing real estate empire that allowed him to retire from his corporate job and today Susan travels around the world mentoring moms, helping them rise above the noise and live from a place of their God-given purpose.
Susan feels in line with the purpose of her life, and she has learned to “take everything in stride.”
Her family does the stuff that matters, which is creating connection with each other.
“At the center of everything we do, our family is keen at being intentional”
She takes a long-range view of what she wants for her family, and advises others to do the same. You can do so by determining what you want them to know about themselves, and then you can step back and figure out what it will take to create that.
At the same time, be intentional about what you’re doing at this very moment. Her tip to remain present is to remember that when you’ve been away from your family members and get back together, the most critical time you have is those first 5 to 10 minutes. Focus on them only during this time.
“You’re telling them that there’s nothing more important in your life than what they’ve got to share with you”
As she has gone around the country mentoring moms, Susan has created what she calls “Home Inspirational Parties”, or nights of encouragement for moms. Her workshop is called the “Mom Guilt Cure.”
“I wanted to create the ripple effect where more moms are rising above the noise and distraction that hits them day to day, focusing on their purpose and living intentionally with their families.”
Susan shares that “mom guilt” is that feeling that you’re never doing enough as a mother for your family. This leads mothers to fear if there are even capable in the role. In order to stop this type of thinking, mentorship (like the type that Susan does) is important.
“It’s one step at a time. Your success is as you define it.”
Moms have more power than they give themselves credit for. Your voice matters; let your family know if you’re not feeling the support you need.
According to Susan, mothers need someone to encourage, not fix them.
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Y'all, Susan has so much wisdom to share and she does so in a way that is passionate, inspiring and encouraging.
Especially for moms. You won't be left feeling like you need to do more, rather, her words & ministry inspire moms to live more simply, more freely & more intentionally.
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