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Work Hard Mom Harder

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Work Hard Mom Harder

A business and kids & family podcast from Erica Walter

Can I chase my dreams while also being present for my partner and kids? Does work-life balance exist? Can I really have it all?

I’m Erica Walter, and I believe in my freakin’ soul that yes, you CAN. After years of running businesses for other people, I decided to start my own business… when I was pregnant with our fourth kid. I’ve learned a few of my entrepreneur lessons the hard way. I’m learning even more about business (and life) from my kids.

Every week, tune in for high-impact business strategies and marketing tips, pee-your-pants funny anecdotes and misadventures, and inspirational interviews with other kick ass parents who are bringing their best self to work without giving their families the shaft.

If you’re a working parent who wants to live your best life both on and off the clock, the Work Hard Mom Harder podcast is for you.

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