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The Female Startup Podcast is hosted by Lucille Roache who is on a mission to help as many women as possible to set their business up for success. 

In this interview we talk about finding the career that's right for your teen or young adult child. 


Here's what you'll learn in this episode:

  1. At what point should you as a young person start thinking about your career or life after education 
  2. What steps can you take to figure out what you want to do with your career 
  3. What if the career that you want doesn’t exist yet, what can you do then 
  4. How do you decide whether to work for yourself or someone else  

The Impactful Parenting podcast is all about creating better relationships between parents and their school aged children. 

In this interview I discuss 7 options for continuing student education after high school. PLUS- this video comes with TWO FREEBIES to help your family make the perfect "After High School Choice!"  Click below to listen and to download the FREE Impactful Parent App which provides FREE PARENTING RESOURCES for your school-aged child. Available on the Android Play Store and on the Apple Store.

Mighty Parenting Podcast

Tune in to weekly podcast episodes filled with real, raw, and relevant talk about raising teens and parenting young adults in today's world. 

In my conversation with host Sandy Fowler, we discuss choosing a career. 

There’s nothing quite so intimidating for teens as putting themselves out there and interviewing for their first job, whether it’s waiting tables or fixing computers. Choosing a career can be a complicated process with a number of factors from personal skills to college class choices. Career and life design coach Emma B Perez knows this and is here to help us, parents and teens alike. Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler interviews Emma about changing freelance job market trends, varied options for education after high school, and how our teens need to look at choosing a career path for their futures.

At The Epic Marriage Podcast, Jason McCleery hosts interviews and discussions about how to be the best father, husband and man that you can be for your family.

Listen to episode 36 as we talk about:

- Questions to ask to help your teen clarify what they want to do
- The pros and cons of taking a gap year
- Various ways to save for college (and how to avoid surprise expenses)

And more!

Whether you have a teen or simply like to plan ahead, episode 36 is full of practical tips that can help you (and your teen) start planning today.

Kathy Stowell, founder of Bliss Beyond Naptime, is all about helping moms build profitable coaching, consulting or other one-on-one service-providing businesses, and doing so in a sustainable, simplified yet profitable way because you’re a mom and you have cute distractions in your life.

In her podcast she talks with coaches who are moms about their businesses. Join us as we pull back the curtain a bit and discuss not just what my services are and how I work with young people but why I do it and how I came to find my niche.

Tune in to weekly podcast episodes filled with real, raw, and relevant talk about raising teens and parenting young adults in today's world. 

In my conversation with Mighty Parenting host Sandy Fowler, we discuss why a gap year might be essential for some young people. 

It’s becoming more and more common for teens to take a gap year in their secondary educations, and parents often get concerned because of some common misconceptions, including that gap years are excuses to skip school and can be damaging to college prospects. Sandy and I attempt to calm parents’ fears regarding gap years and we discuss the benefits and full potential for growth and experiences that gap years actually hold for our teens.

The Winning at the Mom Life Podcast is an exciting podcast that wants to help women change the lens they use to validate themselves. It is so true, we are our own worst critics. Every child, every family, every mother is so unique and walks a different path. Its time that we stop comparing ourselves to others and decide what we want our lives to look like. Happiness is now.. happiness is finding what you can love about your current situation and what you can do to make tomorrow's reality look exactly how you want it to look. That is truly Winning at the Mom Life!

Join Dana and I as we take a deep dive into how you can empower your teen to cultivate the best path for them after high school.

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I joined Moira over at College Scoops to discuss how we can support our teens and young adults and help them as they navigate their teens and young adulthood. Figuring out who you want to be and how you can impact the world is a daunting task for many teenagers, but they are important factors in determining an academic or career path. Listen today to learn my framework, tips, and tricks to navigating young adulthood.

Key takeaways of this Episode are:

  • Emma’s Life Story Going to College, Taking Three Years Off and Working, then Transferring.
  • The benefits of going back to college at an older age.
  • Other options for seniors in high school aside from continuing education.
  • Tips from someone who was on the admissions team at Full Sail University.
  • How to turn an interest into a career.
  • 6 Step Career Process from Self-Discovery to Action.
  • Advice for rising freshmen in college with COVID-19 uncertainty.
  • Giving yourself permission to feel sad and mad.
  • Calculating the return on investment on your educational experience.
College advisors and sisters, Bobbie and Meg, wanted to provide a resource not only for their clients, but for all people that are researching careers, colleges or academic majors. It’s always a good idea, before you spend lots of time and/or money investing in a career, to do your research on the profession to make sure it is a good fit for you. One great way to do that research is by talking to someone currently working in the field. With the All Things College and Career podcast, they assist you with your career research!

I sat down to provide some tips and ideas as a college and career coach. The interview covers a variety of ideas and tips including:
  • The six-step process of helping teens find a career direction
  • How teens can learning decision-making skills that they can use throughout their lives
  • Alternatives to college and who they are right for
Please join us for this fun and informative conversation. You can listen on their website or anywhere you get your podcasts.

Colleen O'Grady, MA. is a speaker, trainer, coach, and author of the award-winning and best-selling book Dial Down the Drama: Reduce Conflict and Reconnect with Your Teenage Daughter---A Guide for Mothers Everywhere. Colleen shares her wisdom from twenty-five years of experience as a licensed marriage and family therapist which translates into over 50,000 hours of working with parents and teens. Colleen, known as the parent-teen relationship expert, helps you raise the bar of what's possible for the teenage years. Go to colleenogrady.com for other free resources and to sign up for her complimentary Dial Down the Drama Triple Pack.

 

Marriage, Kids, and Money focuses on helping young families build wealth. This 5-star rated podcast was nominated as "Best New Personal Finance Podcast" by Plutus. Outside of writing for his own weekly blog of the same name, Andy Hill has been featured in Business Insider, Nerdwallet and NBC News. Trusted as a personal finance influencer by brands such as Quicken Loans, Tomorrow and Credit Sesame, Andy’s message of family financial empowerment has resonated with listeners, readers and viewers across the US.  

This interview covers a variety of education topics including preparing kids for college and for life, as well as how we can influence our schools to prioritize our kids well-being, not just their test scores. You can listen to the podcast here. You can also find the interview on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox, Youtube, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.

Educational Consultant Regina E. Coley gives weekly tools and tips to help you cultivate your best life with her podcast Called to Cultivate.

She and Emma B. Perez had a great conversation in this episode, Education Transformation Nation: A Cultivator Conversation with Emma B. Perez.
Take a listen below.

Sense and Stephanie

Making sense of Motherhood, Natural Living, and Essential Oils.

In this parenting blog, Stephanie lovingly shares her journey with her family and the role autism plays. She gives tools and tips on how to live a holistic life with your family.

In this blog post, Stephanie shares her conversation with Emma B. Perez about the role holistic living has in Education Transformation. Read more below.

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