Success. Will it come when you learn how to do Facebook Ads? Or maybe when you conquer webinars. You might tell yourself that success is right around the “I’ve gotta create an online course” corner.

What does it really take to succeed as both a parent and an entrepreneur?

Back when I was a nutrition coach and personal trainer to busy moms, my entire practice centered around this one philosophy:

Your extraordinary health is the foundation on which you can pursue your passions.

Without your health, whether it be physical, mental or emotional, you simply cannot bring your best self to your family, your children, or even your clients. The BizMom brand’s #1 core philosophy is Self-Care First, and to talk more about that with us today is Self-Care and Business Coach Allison Hardy. Allison is a member of our BizMomCoaching Team and is well-recognized for her amazing honesty and transparency around her own struggles and victories as a mom and an entrepreneur. Watch today’s interview with an open mind and allow yourself to be honest about your own self-care or lack thereof.

If you find you’ve been putting yourself last and perhaps your relationships and your business are suffering because of it, no need to feel guilty. Know that we’ve all been there and we’re here to help you and hold your hand until you get to other side.

You can always reach out to Allison at allisonhardy.com or you can find her daily in her amazingly supportive free Facebook group – Self-Care Simplified.

About the Author

Niya Champaneria is The Freedom-Based Business Mentor for Mom Entrepreneurs. She's on a serious (and seriously fun!) mission to end mompreneurial mayhem and change the lives of mom entrepreneurs everywhere. Her goal is to help other moms become strong, influential and positive role models for our future generation by building financially secure businesses, leading healthy lifestyles, and raising our children to be honest, compassionate and responsible adults.

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