Moms With Dreams Show



Moms With Dreams is the go-to podcast for women who want to pursue their dreams in the midst of motherhood. A weekly show that provides empowerment, education and inspiration for moms, this podcast delivers success strategies and actionable steps. Listeners will meet successful people who are living their dreams, and in turn, become inspired to begin their journey toward business ownership, becoming a published author, or pursuing any other passion that's burning inside of them.


  • 145: Real Talk and Candid Q&A with Erica Blocker

    01/05/2019 Duración: 30min

    I had fun creating this episode! It’s unlike any other episode that I’ve ever done here on the podcast. It’s my first time ever being so candid and free without a specific topic or focus. I guess you can say it’s my own version of a mini variety show. Episode 145 is a mix between free style, real talk, candid Q & A, and my thoughts. You’ll hear me talk about: my relationship with my podcast why I’m a big fan of taking breaks and social media sabbaticals the dilemma with my kids and their phone addiction how I helped a co-worker overcome his social media addiction how I manage to do all that I do as a single mom with a full-time career and more. I hope you hear something that resonates and adds value to your life in some way. If you have a question that you’d like me to answer in a future episode like this, please let me know. You can either leave a comment at or email me directly at: I can’t wait to hear from you. Until next time, reclaim YOUR dream.

  • 144: Supporting Women in the Workplace w/Wendy Silver

    24/04/2019 Duración: 30min

    Wendy Silver is the founder and president of Beyond the Workplace LLC, a boutique HR consulting company specializing in employee relations. With over twenty years of experience, she works with companies and individuals to navigate workplace and career issues. Wendy is passionate about inspiring, promoting and creating great places to work and challenges organizations to think outside the box and beyond the "what ifs," to create workplace cultures that support business growth and employee success. In this episode, Wendy shares her frustration of feeling like she had to choose between being a good mom and a good employee and how that motivated her to step out on her own. It was a tough decision, but Wendy knew it was the best choice for her and her family.  During our conversation, Wendy talks about:  her struggle trying to find professionally challenging roles that allowed her the flexibility she needs as a mom how to negotiate during your employment search to find the job that best fits your lifestyle and ne

  • 143: Take Time to Recharge w/Nneka Saran Mosley

    17/04/2019 Duración: 35min

    Nneka Saran Mosley is a wife, mother of three, creative entrepreneur and woman of faith. She is the founder of Mamas who Lunch, an intimate lunch series that helps moms take a break, enjoy great conversation with other moms, and leave feeling inspired. What started as a simple idea to host an annual event for moms in her network quickly grew to multiple SOLD OUT events across three states. This event has now evolved into a one-day conference called Recharge. Nneka is extremely passionate about encouraging women to step out on faith to do what God has called them to do. In this episode, you’ll hear Nneka’s passion and commitment to bringing her dreams to life. Nneka shares how she manages the many moving parts in her life such as family, career, and living out her passion. During our conversation, Nneka talks about: her thoughts on finding balance by using your resources the reality of running a one-woman venture her feelings about moms not wanting to ask for help what she thinks is very important for moms to

  • 142: Listen, Trust & Believe Yourself w/Sophia Wise One

    30/01/2019 Duración: 38min

    In this episode, you’ll meet Sophia Wise One, who is a teacher, healer, author, entrepreneur and speaker. She has also been called a modern-day medicine woman. Sophia is committed to making an optimal impact and she loves helping people get to know and love their authentic selves. Sophia Wise One openly shares her spiritual journey including when she hit a major wall early in life as a young caretaker and how she dealt with being diagnosed with Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD). Sophia shares her philosophy about why support is necessary and what happens when you are unsupported emotionally and mentally. She poses a powerful question that I invite you to answer for yourself. (You’ll have to listen to hear what she asks, but I promise you it’s deep and well worth your time.) Then Sophia talks about how you begin to heal from pain, trauma, life’s disappointments, stress and emotional burdens. Everything that Sophia talks about is deep yet simple for you to understand and apply in your life. If you’ve been

  • 141: Write the Vision and Make it Plain w/Erica Blocker

    23/01/2019 Duración: 18min

    Like many of us, you’ve probably set big goals that you want to achieve this year. And you probably have good intentions and are really trying to stay focused on making them happen. In this episode, I share what I did that has absolutely been a game changer and is helping me stay focused on my big goals and dreams. It’s a 3-step process that’s simple to do – even for you, a super busy mom. I promise that it won’t take more than a few minutes each day and the time spent will be well worth it. I’m not going to give it all away because I really want you to listen to this episode. I will say that this life-changing process begins by writing your vision down. This may seem obvious, but in this episode, I share some of the science behind the power of writing your vision down on paper. You may be surprised by what you hear. After you’ve listened, I encourage you to get started doing this right away. Remember – if you want something different, you must do something different. I know that you have big dreams and lots

  • 140: Bring Your Vision To Life w/Jennifer Covington

    17/01/2019 Duración: 37min

    In this episode, I have a conversation with Jennifer Covington, who knows what it takes to create, build and run a freedom-based business from the ground up. As a coach, her genius lies in her ability to help you turn your passion into profit, so you can make the positive impact you were intended to make in the world. We kick off the conversation talking about being a life coach and what led her to this industry. We both agree that life coaching is important and can be the catalyst to your growth and success. After sharing how she got started as a life coach, Jennifer shares: how to get clear on your soul-centered vision why your vision isn’t random or haphazard practical steps to build a freedom-based business how daily action leads you to your purpose and more… If you’ve been questioning whether you should move toward your vision this year, then this episode will be super helpful for you. Jennifer’s words of wisdom are simple and powerful. Be sure to listen until the end to get the nuggets from this conve

  • 139: Live A Simply Defined Life w/Lori Rochino

    09/01/2019 Duración: 32min

    Lori Rochino has a background in corporate marketing and is a podcast and productivity coach. She created Simply Defined Life Podcast for entrepreneurs who want to simplify their busy lives in order to make room for the things that matter. She is the author of Fifty Shades of Simple: How to Prioritize in the Age of Information Overload. Her work has been featured in national and local outlets that include SUCCESS, Huffington Post, YES Magazine, Philadelphia Style Magazine and Examiner. She lives in the greater Philadelphia area with her family. After sharing how she began her entrepreneurial journey, Lori shares her thoughts on: morning routines what may be holding you back from achieving the success you desire unplugging to take a digital detox great tips to help you make consistency fun. She even dishes out a few tips for aspiring podcasters. If you’ve been thinking about starting a business but feel like you have no time to do anything outside of your work and family, then you’ll love my conversation wit

  • 138: Discover Your Dream Life by Chance w/Alexa Freiler

    04/01/2019 Duración: 29min

    Alexa Freiler is a happy wife and mother of two amazing boys who took a chance, tried something totally different and discovered her passion and dream. Prior to opening her LuLaRoe boutique a few years ago, Alexa had no idea that her dream was to own a thriving home-based business that would allow her to be home with her family. In this episode, Alexa talks about how she never saw herself as an entrepreneur type and how her success came to her as a surprise. She began her entrepreneurial journey in January of 2017 after falling in love with a product that she tried on a whim. Since then, Alexa discovered her passion and how much she loves what she does. She’s worked diligently to build a thriving business and an online community of thousands of women. If you’ve been on the fence about starting something new, you’ll be inspired by our conversation. Alexa encourages you to go for it if it’s something that you can see yourself doing. Where You Can Find Alexa Online: (Facebook page) www.shopw

  • 137: Time Is Too Precious to Waste by Waiting w/Erica Blocker

    19/12/2018 Duración: 14min

    In this episode, I’m talking to you about a precious resource – your time – and why you should stop wasting it by waiting. With life being so busy and hectic, it’s easy to tell yourself that you’re going to wait until the time is right to pursue your goals and dreams. I know that it’s not easy, but you must train yourself to become action-oriented even when you don’t feel like doing the work. As you listen, think about what you really want to achieve or accomplish over the next year and write it down. I want you to think about what steps you can take today to move forward in the direction of your 12-month goal. As I share with you in this episode, you don’t have to take giant steps. Each small step will add up to get you to your desired result. Just like you don’t see immediate results from working out, it will take time for you to achieve your big goals. But you can do it when you decide, plan and take consistent action. I talk about the benefits of not waiting and how it impacts your life in the long-term.

  • 136: Profit Is A Choice w/Michele Williams

    28/11/2018 Duración: 33min

    Michele Williams is a certified Profit First professional who’s helping creative business owners focus on the financial health and profitability of their companies. She believes that each choice determines profitability. Through her consulting agency, Scarlet Thread Consulting, Michele helps her clients understand the impact their choices have on the financial success of their businesses. In this episode, Michele shares how she began her journey as entrepreneur, her challenges, lessons learned, and how she’s grown personally and professionally. We covered a lot during this conversation. Here are some key takeaways: How to stay encouraged as a new business owner who hasn’t made a profit yet Tips to help new business owners ensure profitability The concept of negative profit What lack of profitability will do to your passion The importance of creating boundaries in your business The difference between knowledge and expertise and what people pay for How to recognize and overcome impostor syndrome What it means

  • 135: Who Said You Have To Be Ordinary w/Brittany Bullen

    21/11/2018 Duración: 31min

    “The more you (that) you become, the more your ideal client will be attracted to you.” -Brittany Bullen When Brittany Bullen was a struggling new mom, she rediscovered her joy by doing things she was a “nerd” about - like writing books, songs and even a musical. Her nerdiness eventually led her to create, which has become a content marketing consulting agency, worldwide movement and brand. Brittany’s on a mission to teach other moms how to use “personality marketing” (a term she coined) to turn their own “nerdiness” into fulfilling, profitable businesses. In this episode, Brittany talks about: The importance of nerdiness, which is not the stereotypical definition How to lean into your own nerdiness What makes someone successful online The Crisis of the Ordinary How she’s successful in her business and as a mom and wife and more... Brittany gives you a whole new perspective on living a life outside of what you know right now, and how it’s possible while being a wife and a busy mom. You can read

  • 134: Stop Making Excuses & Start Living Your Dreams w/Erica Blocker

    14/11/2018 Duración: 20min

    In this episode, I’m talking to you about the six excuses that I hear moms make all the time when it comes to living their dreams. As moms, we will move mountains and walk across the sea for our children, but we often don’t approach our own desires with such fervor. Why is that? Why do we believe that our children should have what they want, but often do not believe the same for ourselves? Deep down we know that we deserve to live our dreams. Instead of being courageous and figuring out a way to go after what we want, we allow the story that we’ve been telling ourselves and the excuses that we make to hold us back from living our best life. Well after today, you’re going to get rid of your excuses and start working on your dreams. As you listen, I want you to think about which excuses you’ve made (or heard other moms make). Then I want you to think about how your life would look if you removed all your excuses and went for it. How would life look for you in six months, one year, or five years? Would you recog

  • 133: Build A Smart, Passive Amazon Business w/Sophie Howard

    06/11/2018 Duración: 34min

    Sophie Howard has built and sold six and seven-figure Amazon businesses as a stay-at-home mom in New Zealand. As the founder and architect of Amazon Navigator and Product University, Sophie helps dreamers find truly smart, passive income by taking a different approach from the mainstream. In this episode, Sophie reveals: Why she chose Amazon as the platform for her online business Her approach to online business success and how it’s different from most sellers Why she thinks most people can earn passive income on Amazon The key to success for online entrepreneurs And more… Sophie takes us behind the scenes to a day in her magical, fairytale-like life. She talks about why an Amazon business is perfect for moms – especially single moms with limited time. If you’ve been thinking about starting an Amazon business, I highly suggest that you listen to this episode. Sophie shares lots of great tips to help you get started and succeed. In addition to tips, she shares her online program, that provides training and s

  • 132: 5 Hidden Dangers of Being A Perfectionist

    31/10/2018 Duración: 16min

    I’m confident that you have struggled with trying to be perfect at some point in your life. It’s a common thing that we do. Sometimes, we aren’t even aware that we’re doing it. As humans, it’s in our nature to want to do our best. That’s completely normal. But the dangers come in when we place unrealistic expectations on ourselves to be perfect. I’ve been dealing with perfectionism for most of my life. It wasn’t until recently that I became aware of how it was affecting me. Once I was aware, I got intentional about making changes in my life to overcome my perfectionist tendencies. In this episode, I help you understand what perfectionism is, what it isn’t, five dangers of being a perfectionist, and how you can also overcome it. As with anything, it takes time for you to change. The first step is becoming aware. Then you can take the necessary steps to make a change for the better. I’m still working on it, but I’m much better than I used to be. I hope that you hear something that resonates with you. I invite y

  • 131: Your Emotions Create Your Experiences w/Isabel Hundt

    23/10/2018 Duración: 36min

    In this episode, I’m diving into an emotionally-focused conversation with Isabel Hundt, a public speaker, certified transformation coach, emotions-clearing practitioner, and author of The Power of Faith-Driven Success. During our talk, Isabel shares her expertise around navigating your emotional world and how your emotions create your experiences. We discuss the difference between being an empath a highly-sensitive individual. Isabel sheds light on how to recognize your unique gifts and us them to perform your life work. In a transparent moment, Isabel shares feelings, that she experienced after her son was born, that most women aren’t willing to admit. You’ll gain insight on how to become an observer rather than a victim and become aware of your thought patterns and stories. Before we wrap up, Isabel shares a powerful success strategy for mompreneurs and words of wisdom for moms in general. Listen with an open heart and receive what you need in your life from our conversation. Where You Can Find Isabel Hundt

  • 130: You Can't Rush Your Dreams w/Erica Blocker

    16/10/2018 Duración: 14min

    In this solo episode, I’m encouraging you to slow down and enjoy the journey to your dreams. In our fast-paced society, we do a lot of rushing around from one thing to the next, and we’ve developed a mindset that doing things fast is the only way to achieve success. I’m challenging you to change your mind about that. Instead, I want you to give yourself permission to slow down and find a pace that fits your lifestyle. As moms, we have a lot on our plates. We have obligations and responsibilities that take precedence over our wants and desires. And we simply don’t have the luxury of doing everything fast. When we try to do too much too fast, we can start to feel overwhelmed and put ourselves at risk for burnout. As you listen to this episode, I want you to think about the pace at which you’re currently living your life and pursuing your dreams. Are you living in the moment and enjoying your journey, or are you constantly moving at such a fast pace that makes it difficult for you to enjoy it? I share tips to he

  • 129: Rediscover Your Inner Wildness w/Lucinda White

    10/10/2018 Duración: 32min

    Have you ever felt like the way you feel about how you are and what you believe don’t match how you’re living your life? If your answer is yes, then you’re going to love my conversation in this episode. Lucinda White is an Inner Wildness Guide, an expert in the process of self-discovery and personal transformation, and author of Confessions of a Bone Woman: Realizing Authentic Wildness in a Civilized World. Through private coaching, public speaking, and her writing, Lucinda teaches how to be authentically wild in a civilized world. In this episode, Lucinda helps you understand why you may have, at some point or another, felt disconnected from who you truly are and how you’re living your life and showing up in the world. Lucinda explains how this is a common thing that most people experience, and how you can reconnect with your “authentic wildness”. This term may be unfamiliar to you right now, but after listening to our conversation, you’ll know exactly what it is and how it relates to you. During our talk, L

  • How I Got Out of My Own Way & Found My Sweet Spot

    02/10/2018 Duración: 30min

    This has to be one of the most personal episodes that I’ve shared to date on my podcast. To be quite honest, I got a little nervous when my editor told me that it was ready to go because that meant it was getting closer to me sharing one of my most recent struggles with the entire world. I’m not even sure why I started to feel this way – especially because I know other people have gone through this before. Even though I know I’m not the only person who’s ever gone through this, I was having a little fear of being judged. It’s scary to be vulnerable and put your truth out there for the world to know. But at the end of the day, this isn’t about me. And if I can help at least one person by sharing my struggles and my truth, then I’m doing exactly what I’ve been called to do. That said, this week’s episode is about me sharing a personal dilemma that I had, which caused me to doubt myself and consider quitting. Yup, that’s right! I had gotten myself all worked up to the point where I was ready to throw in the towe

  • Redefining Self-Care for Moms w/Julia Aziz

    26/09/2018 Duración: 35min

    Self-care has become quite popular over recent years with more women taking it seriously now than ever before. Women are abandoning their superwoman capes and heading to salons for hair maintenance, nail treatments, and massages. They’re making time for themselves and have started to understand that they aren’t any good to their families or anyone else if they aren’t taking care of themselves. In this episode, I have a conversation with Julia Aziz, an interfaith minister, licensed clinical social worker, and author who supports those who care for others - whether they are healthcare professionals, counselors, educators, or natural caregivers. You’ll hear Julia’s definition of self-care, which is quite different from the popular definition that you may associate it with right now. Julia talks about: How you can begin to acknowledge your needs and how you’ll feel as a result of this practice Why you may not feel well even when you’re practicing traditional/popular self-care rituals such as exercise, healthy ea

  • 126: A Glimpse of the New Season

    19/09/2018 Duración: 16min

    Welcome back to a new season of the Moms with Dreams Show! I’m SUPER-EXCITED to be back from summer break. Although summer is my favorite season and I usually never want it to end, I don’t feel sad about the seasons changing this year. That’s probably because I REALLY enjoyed my summer this year. I mean - I maximized the days, weeks, and months and made time for a lot of fun doing the things that I love. Now that the kids are back in school and summer’s just about over, I’m ready to get back into the new season. I didn’t feel right about jumping back into an interview for the first episode. Instead, I wanted to share some of my summer highlights with you and also give you a glimpse of what you can expect in the new season. Granted, some things may change as we go along, but that’s to be expected. We are constantly evolving, and the only constant is change, right? I hope you enjoy listening this season and are inspired to get closer to your dreams. If you have a topic that you want me to cover or have any comm

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