Working Mother Radio
Summary: WORKING MOTHER RADIO - from the pages of the nation's premier magazine for moms, Working Mother is mentor, role model and advocate for the country’s more than 17 million moms who are devoted to their families and committed to their careers. Join host and working mother of two, Bettina Bush, each week as she brings the pages of Working Mother Magazine to life in the studio and on the road. Get great advice from leading experts on your child's health issues, eating healthy and staying fit, managing stress, career strategies, books, new gadgets and more. Get an inside look at National Trade Shows - learn how to look for the best safety features in a new car, how to take great family photos, and what to look for in a pediatrician. WORKING MOTHER RADIO provides educated and affluent women with the solutions and strategies you need to thrive while you balance work, family and life. http://www.WorkingMotherRadio.com
School is just around the corner! Krista Carothers, the Senior Research Editor for Working Mother, joins host Bettina Bush today to talk about how moms balance work and child’s needs. Today we talk about the survey that was done to see how parents handle work and their kids return to school.
Being an entrepreneur comes with a lot of benefits, but also a lot of challenges. Today we have Dr. Garnett Newcombe and Kay Woods from CEO Real Talk to on the line talking about the importance of financials and making business decisions with your head instead of just your heart. Also, why you need to make sure you have a support system because starting a business is a big responsibility to take on by yourself.
We’re speaking with award-winning small business experts, Dr. Garnett Newcombe and Kay Woods, about turning your hobby into a business. Because you’ve got to pay the bills, sometimes making that transition to your own business can be difficult. Dr. Garnett and Kay give their thoughts on how you should take on this challenge, and whether or not it’s a good idea to go all in.
What was it like for Dr. Garnett Newcombe and Kay Woods to start businesses as working mothers? Today host Bettina Bush continues talking with Dr. Garnett and Kay, award-winning small business experts and CEO’s, about how they handled being a parent as well as an entrepreneur.
We’re digging deep into how the working mother handles kids returning back to school, how to handle extroverts and introverts, and what to keep in mind when you’re starting a new business. At the top of the hour, host Bettina Bush brings on Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine, to talk about how they find topics of interest for their magazine. Then, Krista Carothers, the Senior Research Editor for Working Mother, comes on the air to talk about how mothers deal with their work schedules when kids return to school. Lastly, we’re visited by Dr. Garnett Newcombe and Kay Woods, award-winning small business experts and CEO’s, who share their expertise on what to do and what not to do when starting a new business.
We have another all new episode of Working Mother Radio coming to you from the 2013 Multicultural Women's National Conference. Host Bettina Bush brings on Christina Butler, a recent graduate from Pace University, to talk about her ambitions and what she’s gained from attending the conference.
Host Bettina Bush is at the 2013 Multicultural Women’s National Conference digging deep into the partnership between Sodexo and Working Mother Media. Lourdes Diaz, the Vice President of Diversity Relations for Sodexo, sits down with Bettina to talk about what Sodexo does and the reasons why they sponsored the event.
Today we’re joined by Candace Matthews, the CMO of Amway, while attending the 2013 Multicultural Women’s National Conference. How did Candace become the CEO of Amway? Candace talks about how her childhood, her mother and her husband help guide her to become CMO.
The 2013 Multicultural Women’s National Conference is an exciting event. Host Bettina Bush takes some time to bring on a speaker from one of the panels, Ann Jenette-Thomas. Ann, Coaching & Consulting, LLC, talks about the book she’s been working on called "Smashing the Inner Glass Cieling".
Bettina Bush sits down with Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, a Wal-Mart Executive, to talk about why Claire is wearing red shoes. Claire explains the meaning behind the red shoes and also why it’s important for Wal-Mart to be associated with Working Mother and the 2013 Multicultural Women’s National Conference.
We’re wrapping up this hour of Working Mother Radio by talking some more with Wal-Mart Executive, Claire Babineaux-Fontenot. Claire talks about her techniques for bringing out the best in an individual, in order to find employees that should or should not work in a particular field.
This hour of Working Mother Radio is coming to you again from the 2013 Multicultural Women’s National Conference in New York! At the top of the hour, host Bettina Bush sits down with Christina Butler, a recent graduate from Pace University, to talk about her life’s ambitions. Then Bettina talks to Lourdes Diaz, the VP of Diversity Relations for Sodexo, to find out why they’re sponsoring the event. Candace Matthews, the CMO of Amway, pops in to discuss how her family has supported her to become who she is today. Coaching Consultant Ann Jenrette-Thomas stops by to talk about her book, "Smashing the Inner Glass Ceiling". Lastly, we’re visited by Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, a Wal-Mart Executive, who wears red shoes with a purpose and has a unique way of looking at individuals in a workplace.
We've got another hour of Working Mother Radio from the 2013 Multicultural Women's National Conference! To start us off, host Bettina Bush brings on Katherine Pino and Ingrid Duran, the Founders of D&P Creative Strategies. Both Katherine and Ingrid tell us their stories of the values that were instilled in them from a young age.
Host Bettina Bush is hanging out at the 2013 Multicultural Women's National Conference! Katherine Pino and Ingrid Duran, the Founders of D&P Creative Strategies, are our guests today. Katherine and Ingrid fill us in on what D&P Creative Strategies is about and how it was started. In addition, we find out about Eva Longoria's role with the company and other projects they were a part of.
Many women have to take on multiple roles in their life. What is the best way to handle each of these roles and remain sane? Host Bettina Bush is at the 2013 Multicultural Women's National Conference talking with Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director for Working Mother Media. Bettina and Jennifer discuss the benefits to taking just a few minutes for yourself to think or have some downtime. In addition, Jennifer talks a bit about what people take away from attending the conference.