OTS 079: Collaboration Over Competition – Dana Malstaff

079 graphic Collaboration Over Competition - Dana Malstaff

Today’s guest is a mother, author, business & content strategist, coach, podcaster, and blind spot reducer. She is the author of “Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business & Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro,” and the founder of Boss Mom. She serves Boss Moms who yearn for more time and less guilt when it comes to building their business and raising their family, by providing the tools they need to get more out of their content and business, without sacrificing their family goals.

Her Boss Mom Movement is all about losing the guilt when it comes to raising babies and businesses at the same time, and believes that pursuing our passions and building our dreams while including our children in the process, is the best way to build thriving businesses and families.

As a work-at-home dad with a toddler and newborn, I’m thrilled to welcome Boss Mom Dana Malstaff.

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In this episode we explore:

  • her thoughts on leadership: “I see leadership as helping other people lead” and “I love the word movement because leadership, to me, creates movement. It creates a current where everyone feels like they have a little push to move forward with.”
  • her views on creating influencers and the role it plays in her desire to reach other people.
  • how her move from Columbus, Ohio to San Diego, California was the catapult to her successful Boss Mom empire.
  • how she uses focused logic to help her determine what efforts she spends her time on and which ones she needs to hire someone else to take care of.
  • how people can focus on what really matters so they can stop being overly busy with minimal productivity.
  • her views on everyone being equal and valuable, and how that influences her conversations and relationships with others.

What were the key takeaways you plan to put into practice this week and benefit from for years to come? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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