Lisa Jane

  1. Please Introduce yourself, what is your name, business name, where you are from?  

Hey I am Lisa Jane I am from Rainham in Kent and my biz name is Luscious Boss Babes

2. What is your business about?

My business is to uplift validate and empower women through skincare and makeup.

3. What made you get into this line of business?

It was the mission behind the foundation that drew me in as its close to my heart.  They help sexually abused women and children.

4. What makes you get up and go in the morning, do you have a morning power routine?  

I have a morning routine, I am up at 6am coffee in hand and I will go and sit outside if it’s not raining, just for the peace and quiet and to listen to the birds.  I want to make a difference in women lives and show my 10-year-old daughter a different way.

5. What is the best advice you have ever been given?

Be yourself, don’t fake it till you make it.  Let people see you for you.

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6. What is a book you would say everyone must read?

I loved the secret but preferred watching it and Eric Worre Go Pro is a good read. I have lots of books lol 

7. Does your business have any offers on at present or coming up?

Every month we have a special customer kudos that saves money and changes on the first of every month.

8. What one  thing do you do to change your mindset instantly?

Personal development and journalling. Watching motivational videos on youtube.

9. What do you love most about helping others?

Just satisfaction of helping them and making them feel better.

10. Your favourite quote?

I love quotes so that is a hard one for me but I do love the work BOOM!

 

Thank you so much Lisa for sharing your story and business with us, if you would like to see more from Lisa then go to InstagramFacebook, or her Website.

Lisa is also one of the co-authors for Mumpreneur on Fire 4 which is now available for pre-order on Amazon

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Have a wonderful day

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Emma Bowyer

  1. Please Introduce yourself, what is your name, business name, where you are from?

Hi I’m Emma and I’m from Cheshire but now live on Waiheke Island just off the coast of mainland Auckland New Zealand. I have been here 14 years and love it. I have 3 beautiful children Mr I’m a Ninja 7 and 3-year-old twinadoes.

I am a copywriter Emma Bowyer-The Word Whisperer NZ and am working on developing my own writing and blogging into my full time business. I have had a couple of articles published this year  and  launched my blog  Don’t Put Peas Up Your Nose written from the point of view of my twins all about the things they do and the silly big people getting in their way.

  1. What is your business about?

Writing a funny and light hearted blog that will make other mums roll their eyes in recognition and laugh snort at some of the crazy antics the twinadoes and their brother get up to. Occasionally I’m allowed to chip in but that’s not that often usually I’m just a figure to be ridiculed or escaped from.

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  1. What made you get into this line of business?

I regularly perform comedy and improvisation, with the occasional bit of stand up thrown in. When my kids came on the scene I couldn’t stop talking about them and realised they were comedy gold after telling a few stories friends about their antics like when my 9 month old daughter threw herself out of her cot to escape the tedium of nap time and gave herself a black eye, and they told me I should write that stuff down, so now I do.

  1. What makes you get up and go in the morning, do you have a morning power routine?

I get up as soon as my alarm threatens to ring and slide out of bed like a SAS sniper to get to the bathroom and into the shower before my twinadoes realise it’s morning and start screaming for me and if I don’t move quickly enough tearing their room to pieces. Then if I’m really winning I have time to make a quick cup of decaf tea (I know I’m a saint)  lol. Before the morning wars begin.

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  1. What is the best advice you have ever been given?

To ask myself when I’m stressed and at freak out point (so that’s about 23 times a day). Will this matter  in 5 years or even 5 months time? Will I even remember it? And if not to ‘Let it Go! Let it Go!’

  1. What is a book you would say everyone must read?

For all pregnant Mummas I’d say you have to read  Up the Duff: The real guide to pregnancy it is hilarious and full of fun facts by Kaz Cooke

For twin Mummas the incredibly useful book

‘What to do when you’re having two’ by Natalie Diaz

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  1. Does your business have any offers on at present or coming up?

If you subscribe to my Don’t Put Peas Up Your Nose list I’ll be your best friend forever and promise never to share your secret ‘Mum guilts’ with anyone else. Unless you ask me to and then I’ll drink tea and eat chocolate with you till you feel better.

  1. What one thing do you do to change your mindset instantly?

I stop and breathe and think how incredibly blessed I am to have my  three wonderful kids. Unless it’s because of them driving me mad that I need a mindset change, then it’s ‘thank God I’ve got my secret stash of chocolate hidden in the cupboard’.

 

  1. What do you love most about helping others?

Seeing people smile. That’s why I write my blog to help other twin mums that might feel isolated and alone. If I can help them see that yes it is a really hard job being a twin Mama but it’s also the best club in the world to belong to. And that the funny side is always there, you just have to recognise it. Even if your 3-year-old twin daughter is caught hanging out of her bedroom window instead of napping and you have to call the fire brigade. True story. I can laugh now.

 

  1. Your favourite quote?

‘Life is like a box of chocolates you never know what you’re gonna get’. Forrest Gump And in my case that was after multiple IVF treatments finding out I was having twins! Shocked? I couldn’t speak for about 2 hours and for me that’s saying something.

Thanks Emma for sharing your business and story with us if you would like to see more from Emma please go to Wordwhisperer Website or Her Blog

 

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Mandy Halgreen

  1. Please introduce yourself, what is your name, business name, where you are from?

Hi I’m Mandy Halgreen. I’m a Book Writing Mentor. I live in Africa, Zimbabwe actually.

  1. What is your business about?

My business focuses on helping women share their story in a book and using it to create impact and income in their business and life. I help women open up, connect and empower other women as they share their story. I support them and guide them as they follow a signature process to write their book.

  1. What made you get into this line of business?

I left my teaching job which I hated – my boss had destroyed me mentally and emotionally. I had been through several rapes and abuse which added to my insecurity and anxiety. I was broken and battered. I had severe anxiety and PTSS. I stopped leaving home and wanted to express my pain and self-harm wasn’t the way. I poured my heart into writing and expressing myself. So, what I did helped me learn, grow and take back my power. I realised I could help others do the same!

  1. What makes you get up and go in the morning, do you have a morning power routine?

I do. I sit in silence, visualise my future, read, and journal and say affirmations. Then I get my coffee!

  1. What is the best advice you have ever been given?

Be yourself – no one can do it better!

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  1. What is a book you would say everyone must read?

Worthy by Nancy Levin. It opened my eyes to my own self-worth.

  1. Does your business have any offers on at present or coming up?

Yes, I have spots open for 30-minute coaching calls to help you move forward with your story and book. I also have 3 spots open for 1:1 coaching. This is where you and I work together for 6 months to get your book out into the world!

  1. What one thing do you do to change your mindset instantly?

Visualise the future and feel it!

  1. What do you love most about helping others?

Seeing their journey from where they were to where they are when their book comes out.

  1. Your favourite quote?

Experience is a brutal teacher, but you learn. My God, do you learn. C.S. Lewis

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Thank you Mandy for sharing your story with us, I really appreciate it and know others will too. If you would like to hear more from Mandy please go to Facebook GroupFacebook PageInstagram and Pinterest

Have a wonderful day x