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 Juggling Kids, Business/Career, and Time for YOU?

“The three aspects of a young athletes life consist of their family, education, themselves. In order for them to truly thrive they need to align their priorities with their values. Just like a coach is the biggest influencer inside the gym a parent, in particular the mother, is the biggest influencer outside of the gym. Our goal is to provide you, the mom, with tools and strategies so you can create balance with yourself, your family and your athlete as you navigate the sports journey.”

Do you ever feel like you are running on the hamster wheel of life where you just keep spinning and get nowhere? We hear that all the time, especially from working moms who also have the added task and stress of making sure their children get to their sports practice or games/competition on time.

This is exactly what we want to prevent and why we want to give moms strategies to move forward with patience, grace and most of all enjoy the journey.

We believe that ultimately all moms want to be there and be a great role model to their children, it’s just sometimes you need a village. It also takes aligning your values with your priorities and creating a plan for success. If you would like to discover a fool-proof system to making great decisions, more money and winning relationships with everyone you meet, contact Jodi.

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter where we will provide tips and strategies.

Additionally, if you are frustrated in your business, feeling burnt out or just feel stuck and ready to make some necessary changes to get back, contact Jodi for a free strategy session (click here) www.jodibcoynecoaching.com

“As a single mom, a crazy work schedule and a daughter thats devoted to her sport I contacted Jodi to help me slow things down so I can focus on what’s really important to me… My daughter. Jodi helped me map out a plan to make more money in less time, spend more time with my daughter and carve out some much needed “me” time. I feel like I have more control now and am able to better focus on my goals in the present and future.” ~Kay R. FL

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