“My daughters told me they didn’t know how to talk to me anymore because I was so negative.” That’s a look-yourself-in-the-mirror moment, shared openly on today’s podcast episode by early childhood business owner Kym Pomares, from Courthouse Academy in Virginia Beach, VA.

We’ve all been there, in some form or fashion. A time when life was really hard and nothing seems to be working for you to make that shift out of the pain or challenges.

My daughters told me they didn’t know how to talk to me anymore because I was so negative

In this episode of Child Care Rockstar Radio, get ready for some REAL conversation about overcoming challenges in your business and your life. Kym Pomares won the Child Care Rockstar award at our 2017 Child Care Success Summit, and her director Julie won our Director of the Year award.

If you’re looking for inspiration on how to transform your culture from low morale and toxicity to one of positivity and collaboration, this episode will be one of your favorites. You’ll also get some tips on how to quickly grow your enrollment and revenue.

On this episode, you’ll hear:

  • A true and even raw story about personal triumph – inspiration from someone who almost declared bankruptcy and how she turned her business and life around 180 degrees
  • What to do when you come home from a conference and your teachers roll their eyes at you when you try to make positive changes
  • Cool assessments or quizzes you can take to determine your personality & strengths as a leader, to leverage your work in the world
  • How to overcome a negative mindset and take baby steps of action towards your future
  • And much, much more

I know you’ll get huge inspiration and creative ideas from this interview that you can plug right into your child care business. So head over to iTunes, Google Play, or our podcast page to listen to this episode, and all our episodes.

Blessings,
Kris

P.S. I would love your review! If you enjoy what I share in this episode, please leave a review and comment on your podcast platform of choice, or below in the blog. I really appreciate it!