Working moms face a long list of challenges and it’s no secret teary morning drop-offs are included in it.
The tears, anxiety, and sometimes even guilt remain after a long day of work while children wonder what mommy does after she disappears for the day.
Today on the show, we welcome MIT-trained entrepreneur, and author of the book Mommy Goes to Work, Jossy Lee.
As a working mom, Jossy used to struggle every morning when dropping off her kid at school. After extensive research and eagerness to find a solution, she came up with a way to facilitate the conversation between mother and child about what we moms are doing all day long in a relatable way.
Both Laura and Jossy know what it’s like to build a successful career while caring for a family, and in today’s episode, they discuss all the intricacies of being professional women and mothers.
If you are a mother in the workforce looking to strengthen a sense of togetherness with your children while building your career, listen to this entire episode, and don’t forget to check out Jossy’s book!
Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 37 where Laura and Meredith Fineman talk about strategic bragging for growth, then go back and check it out!
In this episode, we cover:
-What it means to be an MIT-trained entrepreneur.
-The reason behind her book Mommy Goes To Work.
-How to make your work relatable to your children.
-Common struggles of working moms and how to navigate them.
-Jossy’s plans for an even bigger impact through her book.
Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Visit Jossy’s website at www.woom.us.
-Connect with her on Instagram @mommygoestowork_, Facebook @mommygoestowork, and visit her LinkedIn profile as Jossy Lee.
-Read her book: Mommy Goes To Work by Jossy Lee.
-Find your Free Values Worksheet HERE and take action on what matters most today!
More about Jossy Lee:
Jossy is an MIT-trained entrepreneur and the creator of Mommy Goes to Work, a new book series that celebrates working mothers and makes drop-offs easier, one story at a time! She is currently on the founding team building a new middle and high school in the Greater Boston area, New England Innovation Academy, the nation’s first school using human-centered design to prepare the next generation of innovators.