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🥁 Introducing The Motherboard!
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What I'm about to share - you know. Very well. Just like you, so many of us are beyond burned out - by work, the pandemic, and our household responsibilities. We barely have time for ourselves, let alone time to process big decisions that affect our relationship, marriage, career, business, and life. I remember a few years ago, I was faced with a promotional opportunity at work, a new job with an amazing salary, and a brand new divorce and miscarriage. I just wished then that I had someone to talk to about all of this. Someone that would understand and help me see the opportunities and challenges, and provide guidance to properly navigate.
I am so thrilled to introduce you to the Motherboard by Mother Honestly, a 1:1 video consultation and personalized advice. It’s time you get answers to correct-course when work, family and life falls out of alignment. Our Motherboard experts are the leading leaders in parenting, work and life. They are ready to help you navigate career decisions, challenges in returning to work or at work, partnership and parenting concerns, and other work-life imbalances.
Women can no longer take a one-size-fit-all solution approach to making major decisions for ourselves, family, and career. The stakes are simply too high. Now, you can get advice on all your small and big decisions in 15-minutes or more. The best part? You don’t need to prepare for these meetings. Share high-level what you need advice on, and hop on your video call when it’s time.
Your Motherboard experts are lawyers, doctors, startup founders, thought-leaders, executive coaches and more! Some are certified leaders in the Eve Rodsky’s Fair Play Method and others have built careers and businesses across the globe with a baby in hip. They are trailblazers who have walked in your shoes before and are ready to give candid and real feedback and advice to your unique situation. The Motherboard was what I needed years ago when I was wondering how my divorce would affect my work and mental health, or that one time when I cried myself to sleep 4-months postpartum after a really bad conversation with my manager about his new work requirement to be always available because I needed to make-up for my parental leave.
As we begin the return to a post-covid world, get advice on the unique challenges ahead in the future of work, home, and life.