I love Mother’s Day and the idea of celebrating Moms.
But do you ever get the feeling that Mother’s Day is a consolation prize?
For many, it’s the one day a year (besides their birthday) when Mom doesn’t come last. When other people think about Mom.
Google “Mother’s Day gifts” and you’ll see things like flowers, jewelry, chocolate, bath salts, etc.
But this isn’t what Moms want.
What Moms really want is for the kids to pick up their toys on a regular basis.
They want their husbands to help more at home.
They want to have a job that they love, making good money, so they can buy the things they want.
And they want to do all this without feeling guilty about any of it.
They want a life where Mom is, without question, equal.
Not on one day, but every day.
This is what I teach my clients how to create in their lives.
If you’d like to have this too, let’s talk about what’s getting in the way and how to solve it.
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