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62. How Busy Working Moms Can Kick Ass and Still be Healthy with Romi Neustadt

Episode Summary

Today’s special guest isn’t on the show because of nepotism, although it doesn’t hurt that she’s my wife and mom to our two kids. She’s here because she’s a powerhouse with a lot to share about how busy working moms can kick ass and still be healthy. She’s figured out how to juggle being a wife, a mom, a professional success, and a healthy human without losing her mind. And she’s on a mission to help other women do it too. Her two books have been huge successes and she’s been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and Success, and has appeared on Fox Business News and morning shows around the country.
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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [02:21] Romi’s background and how she became an expert in helping women create the lives they really want
  • [05:25] Why women have unrealistic expectations 
  • [06:20] Do women have to get to the point where they feel like they have to escape 
  • [07:50] Tips to getting started 
  • [10:45] Why women should not feel selfish when working on themselves 
  • [12:10] Tips to achieving healthy goals 
  • [16:45] How to make healthier food choices 
  • [19:25] Communication and asking for more help 
  • [23:40] Weekly traffic meetings why they might be beneficial to you 
  • [25:30] Why having moments of quiet is important 
  • [28:50] Romi’s parting words 

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