She is a coach to Christian business moms who are struggling to fulfill their purpose without failing their families. She works with clients beginning their entrepreneurial journey to awaken their potential to create. She is a homeschooling mom of 3 and loves French Press coffee and the feel of sun on her skin. I'm excited to welcome Sarah Talbert!
- Sarah never actually used her degree in accounting and began her entrepreneurial venture with a travel blog that was able to feed off of her husband’s yacht brokerage. Despite what seemed like an ideal situation at the time, she found the situation to come up to be draining and not fulfilling.
- Although the finished product is very well put together, Sarah found herself piecing together things she had naturally done well her entire life. When she sat down to do it, she found that her website actually came together in about a day.
- When her family needed her to give up many of her entrepreneurial endeavors, Sarah made the sacrifices necessary. She found herself struggling to not create, not do what came naturally to her and follow that entrepreneurial spirit.
- One of Sarah’s children is definitely following in her and her husband’s footsteps and is always selling something. In fact, you won’t believe how old he was when he tried to sell the family shed! And lemonade stands are a thing of the past, toll booths are the way to go.
- Sarah has a 12-week program to help women succeed, but also stresses the importance of core values. For instance, if you value your family highly, why are you putting so many other things ahead of it?
- Despite the pressure to say “Yes” to everything, it’s important to know what your core values are so that 1 – you can build your goals that are in line with your core values, and 2 – it allows you to be able to say “No” to things that are not in line with your core values.
Sarah Talbert is a homeschooling mom of 3. She loves French Press coffee and the feel of sun on her skin. She is also a coach to Christian business moms who are struggling to fulfill their purpose without failing their families. She helps her clients begin their entrepreneurial journey to awaken their potential to create!
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About The Host
Meg Brunson has been marketing to moms for over 7 years. She is the founder and CEO of EIEIO Marketing, a digital marketing agency focused on Facebook Marketing for family-focused businesses.
Meg is also a former Facebook employee with a passion for helping bootstrapped businesses figure out Facebook so that they can promote like the pros! She left the 9-5 in 2017, so that she could be the mom she wanted to be to her 4 young daughters.
After helping her daughter launch her first business, Storytime With Kiki, at the age of 10, Meg began hosting the FamilyPreneur Podcast: an interview-style podcast for parent entrepreneurs, raising entrepreneurial children.