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Redefining Success as a Mom

Family Culture with Beth Hoff

Religion & Spirituality

What does “success” look like for you when it comes to motherhood? If you're anything like me, you probably have an unspoken list of expectations that you think determines your success as a mom. But what if this is the wrong question entirely? What if this view of successful motherhood is actually making us miserable instead of setting us free? Today I'm talking about what success as a mother really is and, more importantly, what it's NOT. Plus, 5 simple tips to flip the script in your mind so you can start enjoying motherhood in a fresh way. Episode 25 Takeaways:   + Get clear on the most important part of motherhood: love. + Start from a position of who you are, not what you do. + Flip the script in your head to focus on who you’re becoming. + Focus on connection, not perfection. + Don’t ask yourself where you’re failing, ask yourself where you’d like to grow.   Quote: "We have to stop thinking of motherhood as something that can be measured on a success scale. It’s just the wrong model. You’re not building a business, you’re nurturing a family."   Thanks for tuning in to another episode of the Family Culture podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, I'd love for you to take a minute to subscribe, rate and review it.   Also, come connect with me on Instagram @favoritefamilies or visit www.favoritefamilies.com for simple strategies for a happy family.


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