Lauren Golden

The Free Mama

Learn what the “Have It All” lifestyle is REALLY all about
In The Free Mama, Lauren Golden, founder of The Free Mama Movement, teaches women how to have a life many have only dreamed about: one where they can make good money AND be there for their families — without sacrificing one for the other and without guilt.
Learn what balance REALLY is and how to work from home with little ones while still honoring your grown-up self and her dreams and goals. Life is not filled with either-or choices, but rather, is full of this AND that.
Learn how to become a quitter, and why that can be the best thing you’ve ever done for yourself and for your family. You’ll learn to have more by doing less.
Find out why working moms rock, and why self-employment is the absolute best way for mamas to pursue their passion. Learn how the skills you already have are in great demand, and how to turn them into a successful business that produces a steady, predictable source of income.
Lauren, a master at focus and time management, shows you how to set up systems and use the time you have in the best possible way. She shares her “Daily 5” approach to rocking each day’s tasks and teaches you how to set boundaries in your work and personal lives so that each gets your full attention.
If you’ve had this nagging feeling that you were meant for more, this book will show you how right you are, and how within reach it is.
147 printed pages
Original publication



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    You need to establish yourself as a serious business owner in your own mind and in your own house before you can convey that image to anyone else, like a prospective client.
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    Then you get to work. You start on task number one, and you aren’t allowed to move on to task number two until the first one is done.
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    Here’s what you do: you write down your five tasks the night before, and you rank them. You can make one list for work and one for personal if it helps. You write down your daily goal and then break that up into five action items, starting with the most important.
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